Just one year after its IPO, Google now is filing for a second round, wishing to sell up to 14 million more shares. What??? I admit I know absolutely nothing about the stock market, so anything I say about it is based on diddly-squat. Keep that in mind. Still, I can't help but wonder what the heck Google needs that much more money for. Have they simply gotten greedy? Maybe not enough employees got rich the first time around? Ok, that's probably not why, but it does irritate me a bit. So, what do they really "need" the money for? Total world domination? They don't share much about their reasons for wanting the money - some gibberish about wanting working capital and to be able to buy out other companies... Oh, wait, maybe there is the key. I wonder how many lucky little companies out there are going to be hearing the sweet ring of a telephone.
Good morning. ABCDEF SEO Company. How may I help you?
Hi, this is Dominator at Google. We'd like to buy your company for a couple billion dollars. Interested?
sound of person falling to the ground in a faint
Hey, Google, I'm waiting by the phone. LOL!