Archive for February 2006

  • 28 Feb 2006 at 4:32 PM
  • Google


An Open Letter to Everyone Who Sold Massive Quantities of Google (NASD: GOOG) Today, Driving the Stock Down 27 Points:
You probably should not have owned the stock in the first place if it took an overt statement from the CFO to get it through your heads that search is no longer the primary area of growth for Google. If that’s news to you, it means that you’ve somehow missed the 1,827,384 articles, white papers, blog posts, about Google advertising, projects in Google R&D, Google’s competitive position vis-a-vis non-search properties, etc. And we’re not sure how you could have possibly done that, but we’re guessing you’ve missed out on a few other things in the meantime:
· Philip Morris: No longer just cigarettes! (No longer called Philip Morris, even!)
· IBM: Revenue for mainframes down!
· Enron: No longer exists!
You’re welcome.
Stocks Fall On Signs of Weakness in the Economy and at Google [NY Times]

  • 28 Feb 2006 at 2:59 PM

Test Entry


  • 28 Feb 2006 at 10:58 AM
  • admin

Elizabeth Spiers

Elizabeth Spiers is the founder and publisher of Dead Horse Media, which publishes, an online Wall Street tabloid, and, an online legal tabloid. She was previously the editor-in-chief of and prior to that, a contributing writer and editor at New York Magazine. She was the founding editor of and was formerly an equity analyst. She is a graduate of Duke University. Her debut novel, And They All Die in the End, will be published by Riverhead in 2007.
You can reach Elizabeth at:
elizabeth AT dealbreaker DOT com.

  • 28 Feb 2006 at 10:04 AM

About Joseph Weisenthal

Joseph Weisenthal is a former equity analyst and former playwright. A graduate of the University of Texas at Austin, he is now a writer covering business, finance, technology, aviation, steel, and, when possible, the cattle markets. Personal interests include uncertainty, randomness, heuristics and Indo-Chinese food. Currently, his writing can also be found at and