Search for Google IPO Is Over
By George Mannes
Google has finally filed to go public.
Setting the stage for the most eagerly awaited initial public offering since the tech bubble burst, the Internet search-engine operator filed IPO documents Thursday at the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Google will seek to raise $2.7 billion in a deal led by Morgan Stanley and Credit Suisse First Boston, according to its form S-1. As had been speculated, Google will take the unusual step of selling all of the shares through an auction-based process, rather than giving underwriters the lead role in deciding how much the company is worth.
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