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Google is considering holding a massive online auction of shares early next year in an initial public offering that investment bankers predict could value the internet search-engine company at more than $15bn.
An electronic auction would be designed to prevent a recurrence of the sort of financial scandals that have engulfed Wall Street since the collapse of the dotcom bubble, according to a person close to the company.
I'm dutch, can people who aren't a financial institute short stocks in america?
can't googleguy give us a prefered partner program?
Short Yahoo... buy Google... then short Google
and buy back Yahoo on the correction.
Take surf trip to Fiji... leave computer at home.
Tell customers if Google thinks it can generate (worth)
$25 billion in stock, expect pay for spidering...
And keep an eye on Yahoo for a price spike
by investor insiders just before
Google makes a formal announcement...