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Google names its price

Search giant eyes as much as $135 a share for IPO. Also: MyDoom variant hits Google, other sites.

The search giant puts itself in line to raise as much as $3.3 billion in its long-awaited IPO. Also: A new MyDoom variant hits Google and other search sites.

Google searches for $135 per share

With IPO price set at $108 to $135 a share, Net heavyweight could turn in one of largest-ever market debuts.
July 26, 2004

Search engines hit by MyDoom variant

New version of worm clogs e-mail systems, slows search engines to a crawl.
July 26, 2004

Loss of Google sends users scrambling

Call it Google panic: Users--and businesses--struggle when the search favorite becomes briefly unavailable.
July 26, 2004

Google hit with age discrimination suit

Former executive, 54, claims he was wrongfully terminated just before IPO was announced.
July 26, 2004

Ask Jeeves, Google extend ad links deal

Google to supply sponsored links to company through 2007, boosting Ask Jeeves' odds of collecting dollars from search-related marketing.
July 26, 2004 previous coverage

BEA's Bosworth decamps to Google

Chief architect's departure comes at tricky time for BEA, reeling from poor first-quarter performance.
July 23, 2004