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2.Stephanie Olsen. Newsmakers: Google's Man Behind the Curtain // CNET. 2004. May 10.

3.Adam Lashinsky. Back2Back Champs // Fortune. 2008. February 4.. 70.

4. An Owner's Manual for Google's Shareholders // www.Google.com. 2004.

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6.Web 2.0 Summit: Entrepreneurial Spirit Too Strong for Google Alumni: The Money Was Great Larry and Sergey Were Focused But a Panel of Ex-Googlers Revealed Why They Have Now Gone Off to Build Their Own Web 2.0 Fortunes // InformationWeek. 2007. October 20.

7.Ken Auletta. Search and Destroy // The New Yorker. 2008. January 14. 30.

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9.Jeremy Caplan. Google's Chief Looks Ahead // Managing Growth. 2006. October 2.

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11.Web 2.0 Summit: Entrepreneurial Spirit Too Strong for Google Alumni.

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13.Chris Anderson. The Long Tail. New York: Hyperion, 2006.

14. , An Owner's Manual for Google's Shareholders.

15.Elizabeth Montalbano. Growing Painsfor Google // ComputerWorld. 2008. October 20.

16.Jessica E. Vascellaro and Scott Morrison. Google Gears Down for Tougher Times // Wall Street Journal. 2008. December 3.

17.Sewell Chan. Google Transit Expands to New York // www.cityroom. blogs.nytimes.com/2008/09/23.

18.Matt Hartley and Grant Robertson. Google@10 // The Globe and Mail. 2008. September 6.

19.Tricia McDermott. Defining Google // CBS News. 2003. January 2.

20.Adam Lashinsky. Back2Back Champs. 70.

21. .; Verne Kopytoff. Larry Page's Connections // San Francisco Chronicle. 2000. December 31.

22.Adam Lashinsky. Back2Back Champs. 70.

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25.Daniel DeBolt. City of Google: In Coming Years, Internet Giant Could Triple Its Already Huge Amount of Office Space // Mountain View Voice. 2007 July 20.

26.Mark Malseed. The Story of Sergey Brin: How the Moscow-Born Entrepreneur Cofounded Google and Changed the Way the World Searches // Moment Magazine. 2007. February. 38.

27.Vasanth Sridharan. Google's Ginormous Free Food Budget: $7,530 per Googler, $72 Million a Year // Silicon Alley Insiders. www. alleyinsider, com. 2008. April 23.

28.Dan Farber. Kai Fu Lee: I Need to Follow My Heart // www.blogs.zdnet. com. 2005. August 9.

29. , An Owner's Manual for Google's Shareholders.

30.John Battelle. The Wizard of Ads: Google's Omid Kordestani Conjured a Formula that Took Its Sales to $3 Billion // Time. 2005. October.

31.Wendy McLellan. Google Targeting Talent with Innovative, Creative Qualities // Canwest News Service. 2008. July 28.

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33.Google Labs Aptitude Test // Linux Journal. 2004. September 1.

34. , Initial Public Offering Registration Statement S1, 2004.

35.Quentin Hardy. Close to the Vest // Forbes. 2007. July 2.

36.Dan Fost. Keeping It All in the Google Family // New York Times. 2008. November 15.

37.Stephen E. Arnold. The Summer of Transparency // KM World. www.kmworld.com. 2008. August 31.

38.Letter to Shareholders. Google S1 Public Offering Registration, 2004.

39.Daniel DeBolt. City of Google.

40.Google's Wall of Silence // Opinion page, Mountain Hew Voice. 2007. July 27.

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43.Stephen E. Arnold. The Summer of Transparency.


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