Wednesday, May 5, 2004

Google leaves curious fans wanting more: "For years, closely held Google Inc. had been so secretive that when it registered last week for an initial public offering, the crush of people trying to read it nearly crashed the Securities and Exchange Commission's Web site.

"Googlephiles found plenty of tantalizing nuggets in the hefty document—the company's financial results, the salaries of its top executives, and the fact that it will lose the exclusive license to its search technology in 2011."

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