|Forum: Google Finance, Govt, Policy and Business Issues|
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|641:|| Intuit And Google Forge Alliance|
Eric Schmidt: "By adding key Google services into the world's most popular accounting product, we're making it easier than ever for small businesses to find and use all of the tools available to them."
|Sept 14, 2006|
|642:|| Google Earth : Featured Content|
"We are excited to provide users with the opportunity to learn more about the natural wonders and manmade landmarks of the world with Featured Content for Google Earth"
|Sept 13, 2006|
|643:|| Google To Expand Presence in New York|
"Google's blockbuster invasion of New York and its impending takeover of nearly two floors of the massive building aim to make New York City a key component of its little-publicized global expansion... The ultimate goal? Perhaps the planet's biggest ever computer network, bypassing all those pesky cable and telephone companies."
|Sept 12, 2006|
|644:|| Google's Kate Burns Moves to AdLink in the UK|
The first nonUS employee hired by Google moves on.
|Sept 7, 2006|
|645:|| Google Booksearch|
"Whilst the debate will rage on, a better understanding of the audience and their behaviours may help ease some of the concerns among book retailers and publishers"
|Sept 5, 2006|
|646:|| Google to Comply with Brazilian Court Order|
" said yesterday that it was complying with a Brazilian court's orders to turn over data that could help identify users accused of taking part in online communities that encourage racism, pedophilia and homophobia."
|Sept 5, 2006|
|647:|| Google CEO Eric Schmidt Elected to Apple Computer Board of Directors|
"Apple Computer elected Google chief executive officer Eric Schmidt to its board of directors in a possible harbinger of an alliance between the technology titans."
|Aug 29, 2006|
|648:|| Google, EBay Form Advertising Alliance|
"Under the partnership, Google would become the exclusive provider of text advertising on eBay outside the United States. In May, eBay announced a deal with the No. 2 Internet search engine, Yahoo Inc., to serve all its domestic advertising. The second component of the alliance calls for the two Silicon Valley companies to work together on developing a service that lets Web surfers place telephone calls through their computers or handheld devices when they click on a link in an Internet ad."
|Aug 28, 2006|
|649:|| Google Expands into Business Software Market|
"... created a software platform to run basic business activities -- based on programs it already offers separately."
|Aug 28, 2006|
|650:|| Google Joins Movement To Stamp Out Obscene Images Of Children|
"By teaming up with other players, Google hopes to harm predators by preventing them from accessing and distributing obscene images of children."
|Aug 25, 2006|
|651:|| Google Asks SEC For Exemption From Being Regulated As A Mutual Fund|
"Google is facing a hurdle other companies would love to confront: how to get better returns from investing its cash hoard without being regulated as a mutual fund."
|Aug 25, 2006|
|652:|| Google Opens Doors To Writely (BETA)|
"Five months after being bought by Google, the Writely online word-processing application is now open for anyone who wants to sign up and use it."
|Aug 21, 2006|
|653:|| Google Tops Out According to Comscore|
Raise an eyebrow on this one: "We think (the) loss in domestic market share could signal a topping point" for Google"
|Aug 20, 2006|
|654:|| Google Talk Updated With New Features||Aug 17, 2006|
|655:|| Google Buys Neven Vision to Boost Photo Management|
"Google plans to strengthen its Picasa photo management software and service with the acquisition of Neven Vision, a Santa Monica, California, company specializing in mobile photo search."
|Aug 16, 2006|
|656:|| Google Plans To Connect Its Entire Home Town To Free Internet Access|
"Google on Wednesday plans to offer free, high-speed Internet access to everyone in its Silicon Valley home town - a hospitable gesture that the online search leader hopes to see spread to other parts of the country. "
|Aug 16, 2006|
|657:|| Google Maps: Local Discount Coupons Scheme|
"Starting today, Google will let any business offer discount coupons to people who use its Google Maps service, which also acts as an online yellow pages. A business will be able to upload information for coupons, including images, and Google will display a link to those coupons when the business name is displayed. Users can then print the coupons and take them to the merchant. "
|Aug 15, 2006|
|658:|| To Google Or Not To Google? It's A Legal Question|
"Search engine giant Google, known for its mantra "don't be evil", has fired off a series of legal letters to media organisations, warning them against using its name as a verb."
|Aug 14, 2006|
|659:|| University In U.S. Joins Google Book Scan Push|
"The University of California has joined Google Inc.'s bid to scan the book collections of the world's great libraries, the organisations said on Tuesday, marking renewed momentum for a project nearly derailed by stiff resistance from publishers."
|Aug 9, 2006|
|660:|| Google Picked As MySpace Partner|
"Google Inc. has been chosen by News Corp's MySpace to provide search listings for the social-networking site in a four-year deal that will give Fox Web sites at least $900 million in payments, the companies said Monday. "
|Aug 7, 2006|
|661:|| Google To Distribute Video From MTV Networks To Hundreds Of Web Sites||Aug 7, 2006|
|662:|| Google Strikes Deals with Major News Publishers - Associated Press|
"Recently completed deals, which include arrangements in which media organizations such as the Associated Press will be compensated on a pay-per-click basis..."
|Aug 4, 2006|
|663:|| Google Strikes Advertising Deal With XM Satellite|
"Google Inc. on Wednesday said it struck a deal with XM Satellite Radio Holdings Inc. to help the search engine's advertisers automatically place ads on XM's non-music radio channels."
|Aug 2, 2006|
|664:|| Google to Host Open Source Projects||July 28, 2006|
|665:|| Judge OKs $90 Million Google Click-Fraud Settlement|
"An Arkansas state judge has given his final OK to a settlement that Google Inc. reached in a closely watched click-fraud class-action lawsuit. Under terms of the settlement, Google will provide up to $60 million in credit to affected advertisers dating back to 2002. Another $30 million from Google will go to pay attorneys' fees. "
|July 27, 2006|
|666:|| Google Rides The Radio Waves|
"We are in the process of introducing AdSense for radio, which is essentially the integration of the dMarc console and management tools into our advertising system. "
|July 27, 2006|
|667:|| Google Offers Live U.S. Traffic Maps On Mobiles|
"Web search leader Google Inc. said on Tuesday that the company has begun offering mobile phone users in more than 30 major U.S. cities the capacity to view highway maps with "live" traffic data."
|July 25, 2006|
|668:|| Some Plaintiffs Fight Google Settlement|
"A set of plaintiffs in a class-action suit argued Monday that Google (GOOG) has not exercised reasonable care to prevent "click fraud" and has misrepresented efforts to stop swindlers from repeatedly clicking website links to drive up advertising costs."
|July 24, 2006|
|669:|| Google Q2 Profit Jumps 110%|
"Google reported revenues of $2.46 billion for the quarter ended June 30, 2006, an increase of 77% compared to the second quarter of 2005 and an increase of 9% compared to the first quarter of 2006."
|July 20, 2006|
|670:|| Google Scholar Trademark Case Ends|
"...But the case was quietly settled out of court in Washington, D.C., earlier this month, with Google and ACS submitting a joint two-page document that says each side will pay its own attorney fees. "
|July 20, 2006|
|671:|| Google: Schmidt Takes Questions From Press at Sun Valley||July 18, 2006|
|672:|| Judge Dismisses Antitrust Complaint vs Google|
"A federal court judge on Thursday dismissed a lawsuit against Google Inc. by disgruntled advertising customer Kinderstart that had accused the Web search leader of monopolistic business practices. "
|July 14, 2006|
|673:|| Judge Denies Keyhold Request to Block Google Earth|
"Google won an early round in a patent lawsuit regarding the technology that drives Google Earth..."
|July 11, 2006|
|674:|| Google says bill could spark anti-trust complaints|
"Google warned on Tuesday it will not hesitate to file anti-trust complaints in the United States if high-speed Internet providers abuse the market power they could receive from U.S. legislators. "
|July 4, 2006|
|675:|| 'So Much Fanfare, So Few Hits': Google's Non-search Products|
"Rivals get the jitters when Google's nonsearch products grab headlines. But a close look shows that so far, there's not a market leader among them."
|June 30, 2006|
|676:|| Google loses to Vuitton in trademark case|
"Luxury goods maker Louis Vuitton said Wednesday a Paris court had upheld a trademark ruling against Internet search leader Google Inc. and increased the damages it should receive in the case. ...Google's search results allowed merchants who sold counterfeit Vuitton goods to appear along with legitimate vendors, according to Vuitton."
|June 29, 2006|
|677:|| Google's online pay service to test this week:report|
"Internet search engine Google Inc. is set to introduce a test version of its online-payment service as early as this week, The Wall Street Journal reporting, citing people briefed on the situation. "
|June 27, 2006|
|678:|| Google Forced to Remove Data Due to Indexing Secure data|
"The Social Security numbers and test scores of 619 students at public schools in Catawba County, N.C., were available online via Google's search engine until Friday..."
|June 26, 2006|
|679:|| Google sells stake in rival Baidu|
"Google Inc. has sold its roughly 2 percent stake in rival Baidu.com Inc., the market leader in China's Internet Web search market, according to a U.S. regulatory filing. "
|June 22, 2006|
|680:|| Google reveals details of Mountain View Wi-Fi service|
"The service, which is fully deployed but not yet available to all Mountain View residents, is a test bed that will help Google understand the technology, Alder said."
|June 22, 2006|