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TVInews - Part Two 109 As Google stock hit Wall Street's magic number $500.00. - 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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A FALL ISSUE - NOVEMBER - tviNews Events
FEATURE STORY
• 02. Quotes - Eric
03. Your Easy Search
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2006/ImagesNBS100/JPMorganWallStrWiFi300w.jpg1. Feature Story / 48th Week - November, 2006. Wall Street guesses, but Google knows who the Wi-Fi media juggernaut of the new century will be.
••• The California, U.S.A. based company guided by Schmidt will to continue to gain power -- and market value for years to come..
••• As predicted by tviNews, Google's stock hit the magic number, "$500" in Wall Street style.
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Google was on schedule, the nation's No. 1 search engine's stock rallied more than 2% to a new record, hitting an intraday high of $509.88 - November 21st. Imagine, since the company priced its initial public offering at $85 a share in August 2004.
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Wall Street drifted to a slightly higher finish Tuesday as investors shied away from taking new positions in a holiday-shortened week. Despite the market's languid tone, Google surpassed $500 for the first time.
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It's already worth more than Time Warner Inc. and Walt Disney Co. combined, and it's more than four times as valuable as Yahoo.
••• "It's the traffic flow through its Web combo of Wi-Fi and landline services" say the experts on the board of the NBS100 study panel.

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••• Benchmarks show that half of all search queries in the U.S. use Google -- more than twice the volume of second-place Yahoo, according to research firm Nielsen/Net-Ratings, (September -- 2006).
••• Google uses that data as a weapon. Competitors such as Microsoft Corp. say Google has an advantage because it knows so much about the behavior of Web surfers and has relationships with so many advertisers, large and small.
••• "Google has between 600,000 and 1 million advertisers in its network worldwide. "Every time it works with a different partner, like Smart90.com or LookRadio.com, Google is able to link into more text, images and videos ever imagined," said news publisher, Josie Cory. It's a dream come true for advertisers who want a timeline."
••• About 25% of the $15.9 billion that is expected to be spent on online advertising this year will land in Google's coffers, according to projections by EMarketer. Yahoo, once the far-and-away leader in Internet advertising, is second with 18%.
02 WHEN WILL GOOGLE BECOME A MONOPOLY?
••• As for Ask.com, when Steve Berkowitz, its chief executive found his company on the wrong side of the inevitable comparison to Google, he became a senior vice president of Microsoft's online services group. Berkowitz said Yahoo was facing the same challenge -- if Google didn't exist, Yahoo's stock price would be much higher.
••• Yahoo isn't standing still. It launched Panama on Oct. 17 and began switching advertisers to the new platform. That same day, the company acquired AdInterax, which makes "rich media" or video advertising technology, for an undisclosed amount, and acquired 20% of Right Media Inc., an online ad exchange.
••• When Google's Chief Executive Eric Schmidt is asked questions about whether Google is a monopoly, and breaking antitrust rules for removing websites from Google's search index, it's all about law.
••• Schmidt relies on the fact that consumers can visit any competing Web services they wish -- with a single click.
••• Schmidt said in a recent interview, "You've got to go to your end users and you've got to say . . . 'we are a choice, we're not your only choice.' " "You have to say it, you have to believe it, and you have to behave that way."
••• None of the lawsuits have succeeded, leading instead to rulings that Google has the free-speech right to include or exclude anyone it chooses.
But many stick with Google because it serves their needs and doesn't lock them in.
••• Google's primary weakness is its reliance on a single form of advertising. Should marketers cool to the targeted text ads that accompany search results, Google would feel the pinch.
••• But the company is using its pricey stock and the cash generated by its search ads to diversify. Its recent acquisitions and experiments with traditional-media partners demonstrate Google's ambition to become gatekeeper to advertising in all forms, including radio spots, print ads in newspapers and magazines, marketing messages on mobile devices and Internet banner and video ads.
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••• The acquisition of YouTube was Google's most audacious bet on that course. Google agreed to pay $1.65 billion -- far more than any of the site's other suitors were willing to pay.
••• Google is also prepared to take on the touchy legal issues surrounding copyrighted videos that are often uploaded on YouTube without permission. The company said it had reserved 12.5% of the purchase price, or about $200 million, to "secure certain indemnification obligations" -- in other words, deal with potential copyright suits.
••• Credit Suisse, which advised Google on the acquisition, said in a research report that it expected YouTube to generate $160 million in revenue next year, adding that the service could eventually generate 10 times that amount as Google got better at delivering video ads.
••• When the symbolic $500 mark for its stock is reached will Google solidify its role as the preeminent broker of information and advertising? "Sort of," says Cory, "it's like fulfilling the goals the information society that started in the early 80s, but updating the computer text information -- with Google pictures and videos."
••• Three days after completing its $1.65-billion acquisition of the video-sharing service YouTube, Google's stock closed at a record of $495.90. On Wednesday, shares reached $499.85 before settling back to close at $491.93. The stock is up almost 20% year to date.
••• The highs come as many other media and technology stocks languish -- done in, in large part, by the ruthless efficiency of the computer code that runs Google's signature search engine. Google's main competitor in the Internet industry is still, Yahoo Inc.

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