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TVInews - 102 As Google beats Wall Street's 2006 Profit forecast, Google celebrates with freebies to users to create -- Your Easy Search tool. In 1902, it was J.P. Morgan and Andrew Carnegie, George Westinghouse, Marconi,Tesla, Stubblefield and Fessenden that created exitement . . . today it's all about Eric, Sergey, Larry, Steve, Bill and Warren.

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In 1902, it was J.P. Morgan and Andrew Carnegie, George Westinghouse, Marconi,Tesla, Stubblefield and Fessenden. See Photo.

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• 02. Quotes - Eric
03. Your Easy Search
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/ImagesNBS100/JPMorganWallStrWiFi108w.jpg1. Feature Story / 44th Week October, 2006. As Google's Profit Soars 92% in Third Quarter, investors cheered the results, which came out after the closing bell on Wall Street.
••• Also cheering are the historians that are now comparing Eric Schmidt and the Google Boys with styles of J.P. Morgan, Andrew Carnegie, George Westinghouse, John D. Rockefeller, David Sarnoff, and the Smart-Daaf boys during the early days of AT&T and wireless.
••• The Mountain View, Calif.-based company reported net income of $733.4 million, or $2.36 a share, for the three months ended Sept. 30, up 92% from $381.2 million, or $1.32, in the third quarter of 2005.
••• Factors behind the company's strong quarter included a blizzard of products and partnerships Google has unveiled during the year, Chief Executive Eric Schmidt said.
••• Google struck a $900 million on several KudoDeals to provide search results and Adsense plugs on MySpace.com, Xingtv.com, DV90.com and the websites maintained by Fox Interactive Media Inc.
••• In the days of radio and the wireless telephone, there were no such a deal on Wall Street for the inventors of the Smart-Daaf boy group; Marconi, Tesla, Stubblefield and Fessenden, nor a solid company with a strong quarter. "In fact say's publisher, Josie Cory, "the highs and lows of public companies were measured in terms of benchmarks named after animals, the bear and bull.
ReginaldFessWinsSuit46w.jpg••• Unless the inventor or patent holder was part of a monopoly, they declined to cash in during the radio-wave boom. They quietly built a highly profile business during the pre-electricity days of wireless-telephone doldrums, then . . . with the help of the Morgan's, Carnegie's, George Westinghouse, pictured above, they raised millions from investors, and sometimes, but rarely, the originator of the innovation received both fame and fortune.
••• The Morgan finacial system worked miracles for both Wall Street and government. By drawing in more users of the end products of the radio wave, like: programs, content, and of course the radio and wireless telephone unit itself, it brought in E-advertising.
•• Ethnography and lyrics to music have changed traditions. Google's founders and path to dominance as monitizers followed a Silicon Valley tradition. Founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page met as computer science doctoral students at Stanford University in 1996 and began working on a better way to retrieve information from huge piles of data, focusing on the links that interconnect websites.
••• After raising about $1 million in seed money, they set up shop in a friend's Menlo Park garage and focused on Web search when most Internet entrepreneurs saw it as a low-value commodity.
••• Google struck a $900 million deal in August to provide search results and ads on MySpace.com, Xingtv.com, DV90.com and the websites maintained by Fox Interactive Media Inc.
••• Google's valuation of almost $152 billion makes it the third-largest technology company on that scale, behind Microsoft ($289.7 billion) and Cisco Systems Inc. ($164.8 billion). Brin and Page have benefited handsomely -- each founder's stock holdings are worth more than $50 billion.
2006/ImagesPersonOfTheWeek/72SergeyBrinMag090646w.jpgPart 02 / Schmidt -- a former executive at Novell Inc. and Sun Microsystems Inc. -- said that Google's growth strategy is "in forming alliances."
••• It's hard to imagine now, but Google's IPO struggled to get off the ground. Holding an unorthodox auction-style offering during a summer month when many on Wall Street were away, Google was forced to cut the value of its IPO in half during the final hours.
2006/ImagesPersonOfTheWeek/73larrypagepow0505x46w.jpg Along with founders Larry Page, 34, and Sergey Brin, 33, Schmidt has shepherded the company from a money-losing start-up to an Internet giant with a market value of $117 billion in five years. With their holdings each worth billions of dollars, the three executives draw annual salaries of $1.
••• Heavy capital spending, not high salaries seem to be the way to improve the performance of Google's search engine. The Schmidt philosophy has been paying off in record numbers.
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Since then, its profit and revenue have leaped each quarter. The company offers more than 50 online services and employs 9,400 people, and it continues to hire voraciously.

Part 03 / Google lets sites create customized Easy Searching tools, FREE!
/Imagescustomers/GoogleSmart90Rollyo46w.jpg•• Google also reached agreements to place ads on websites run by online auctioneer Ebay Inc, outside the U.S. -- with the popular LookRadio.com and Smart90.com, and agreed to distribute their video clips as well as the video clips from Viacom Inc.'s MTV Networks. Google's partnership with Intuit Inc. will enable small businesses to use Intuit's bookkeeping software to place Google ads.
••• It was just last June during a Q&A session for the LATimes that Google's chief executive said, "Don't let the trinkets, pets, free food, bouncy-ball chairs, and the lava lamps standing around our headquarters fool you. Google Inc. is serious, innovation is not just fun, games, our focus is on cold, hard numbers."
Schmidt said, "we're not going to end up in the PC model" -- that everybody talks about. The reason is because the advertising industry, which monetizes it, is not a single-solution space.
After a hundred years of consolidation, the media industries are down to five mega-media companies.
Q: Is Google a media company or a technology company?
A: It's better to think of Google as a technology company. Google is run by three computer scientists, and Google is an innovator in technology in our space. We're in the advertising /ImagesAdSideClicks/YouTubeSmartSide46w.jpgbusiness -- 99% of our revenue is advertising-related. But that doesn't make us a media company. We don't do our own content. We get you to someone else's content faster.
4. Related Stories / FREE WEB TOOLS FOR EASY SEARCH
••• Google Inc. celebrated its monetary profits by unveiled a radically new approach to online searches. Google is offering a free service that lets a website operator create a tailored search engine to scour an index of handpicked sites.
••• Anyone who has used Web search engines knows the frustration of trying to find the desired information embedded in pages of results. Google's Custom Search Engine adds human intelligence to the company's hyper-efficient automated process, presumably increasing the relevance to the user. CLICK FOR MORE STORY
What does Rollyo do?
/Imagescustomers/RollyoS90GoogleKudoAd46w.jpg••• Rollyo does away with irrelevant results through its personalized search engine, which combs a hand-selected collection of Web resources. Eurekster Inc. similarly aims for focused results by giving more control to users by giving publishers some measure of editorial voice in their search pages, while at the same time creates more opportunities to sell advertising. - MORE ABOUT ROLLYO and SinTrends

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