The New York Times > Technology > Google's Slow Search for a Good Share Price "Yesterday, Google started its own search, one that will be far slower - it will take most of a week - and far less complicated, probably involving thousands of documents, or a few million at most. Indeed, Google is searching for just one number: the price at which it will sell stock to the public for the first time.
That number, and the subsequent price of the company's shares in the market, could well influence whether Google will continue its meteoric growth or start to stagnate as customers and employees begin to wonder whether its best days are behind it."
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