ResourceShelf points to a CNBC interview of Google's CEO, Eric Schmidt. The two-part interview goes over the "plan B" for Google's growth, Google the "portal," the competitive landscape, the CNET controversy, Bill Gates comments about Google, Wall Street, the international front, and finally click fraud. A few things I will put out for you is that Google wants to increase "targeted ads" for all media, Google won't call itself a portal, content companies are not competitors, there is a difference between public information being available and publicizing that information, and Asia is a growing market that Google will be aiming for. Listen to the two part interview at the Wall Street Journal (not sure if registration is required): Part I & Part II.
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