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Google’s KinderGate: Your kids are welcome here for $57,000 a year.

When I first read about trouble in Google land over child care costs I thought it would be another case of the how super well paid but whiney Silicon Valley parents were unreasonably complaining about a minor bump in their … Continue reading

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Carl Icahn: Blogger

There’s a new guy in blog town and he’s shooting from the hip about the defects of the corporate governance models we’ve all come to know and hate over the past decades. His name is Carl Icahn and his blog … Continue reading

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Why O’Reilly’s wrong about Arrington being wrong about Yahoo being wrong about Microsoft

What did the normally very insightful Tim O’Reilly and Fred Wilson have for lunch, some free hallucinogenic deserts over at Google? Both are criticizing Mike Arrington for stating the obvious – Yahoo’s not acting in the best interest of shareholders … Continue reading

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Googling the Comscore click metrics = indigestion

The Google / Comscore clicking clash is really an interesting story from a lot of angles.     Comscore’s recent report that came earlier this week about Google pay per click metrics sent Google stock into something of an immediate tailspin, losing … Continue reading

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