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Google Crushes Earnings Estimates

Google not only nearly doubled its earnings from the third quarter of 2005, but the company beat analysts expectations by about $50 million. The news sent GOOG shares soaring in after hours trading, rising $30 per share just an hour past closing to $456.52.

YouTube On Pace To Outgrow MySpace

This must have been one of the selling points for Google when deciding to buy out YouTube. According to Compete.com’s Jay Meattle, YouTube is beating MySpace in terms of month-by-month growth.

GOOG Q3 Conference Call Next Week

Google will hold its quarterly conference call on Thursday, October 19, to discuss how the company fared in Q3 2006.

GOOG Predicted To Rise On YouTube Buy

Michael Arrington’s rumor that Google was in talks to buy YouTube for $1.6 billion, which he’d given a 40 percent chance of survival, was backed up by both the Wall Street Journal and the New York Times, all citing sources familiar with the negotiations.

No Free WiFi For Next Google City

While San Francisco will see Google and EarthLink roll out a couple of tiers of wireless broadband service, including one for free, the next city probably won’t see a free option.

Google Rating Cut Down By JMP
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Google’s rating from JMP Securities has been cut down from “Strong Buy” to “Market Outperform’.

Time Warner Cable Thinking TV Ad Auction

Once Time Warner spins off its Cable division, the cable company may offer advertising spots placed within on-demand programming through an auction process.

Google Guys Get A Buck

A proxy statement filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission showed that the ruling triumvirate of Eric Schmidt, Larry Page, and Sergey Brin each chose to keep their salaries at $1 annually.

Google Seduces Users With Romance

The latest product debut from Google will utilize Contextual Dating Technology to help people find a contextually suitable soulmate.

Businesses Take Stock Of Google Local Ads

The latest play for the local search market officially debuted from Google as the search advertising company discussed the launch of the new AdWords feature.

Google, AOL Finalize Billion Dollar Deal

The investment agreement that kept Google’s place as AOL’s search and advertising partner has been hammered out to the satisfaction of both sides.

Google Surprise: A New Stock Sale

Another 5.3 million shares of GOOG, worth about $2.1 billion at current valuation, should help smooth the company’s entry into the S&P 500 index.

Google Gets Indexed By S&P

On March 31, Google will become part of the Standard and Poor’s 500 index of US-based companies, a move that had been anticipated ever since the company’s IPO took place.

Google Stock Recovers

Mahlon at BuyGoogle reports that Google’s stock has bounced back, reaching as high as $454 today (its now $436), recovering most of what it lost last week when it fell to $400.

Web 2.0 Doesn’t Mean You’re Excused from Reality

So Yahoo missed its analyst’s estimates today and the stock is already down 13 percent after the close.

GOOG Is QQQQ; Now On NASDAQ 100

Om Malik reports that it has been announced today that Google will join NASDAQ’s 100 listing, a compilation of the 100 largest nonfinancial stocks in the Nasdaq market.

GOOG Worth $217/Share: Analyst

AnalystMorningstar has an interview with an analyst who sees Google primarily as an advertising company that should be valued on that basis.

GOOG Price Target Set At $400

Prudential analyst Mark Rowen gave Google’s stock a price target today of $400. If you were wondering why Google’s stock has rebounded …

Google Tops In Search Referrals, Stock Reaches $300

The hits just keep on coming for search Google who is quite possibly becoming one of the most popular names in the open market today… at least it appears that way when you inspect the available data.

Google Now Worth $80 Billion

John Battelle notes that Google’s market capitalization is now just north of 80 billion dollars, making it the largest media company on the planet, overtaking Time Warner.

Search Google for Stock Quotes
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I know, I know, free stock quote sites are everywhere. But, since you use the Google search field for just about everything else, why not use it to get your stock quotes as well… To retrieve the quote, just enter into the search field the operator “stock:” followed by one or more stock symbols: