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  1. Morgan Stanley Fined $5 Million Over Handling of Facebook IPO

    Investment bank, Morgan Stanley, has been fined $5 million by the US state of Massachusetts for its role in the botched Facebook initial public offering (IPO). Allegations that Morgan Stanley, the bank that underwrote Facebook's IPO didn't give...

  2. Russian Search Engine Yandex Plans $1 Billion IPO

    Deutsche Bank and Morgan Stanley will manage Yandex's IPO. Yandex, Russia's top search engine and contextual advertising company, plans to raise $1 billion with an initial public offering (IPO) on NASDAQ in either June or July of this year...

  3. Is Google's CEO That Stupid: Twitter "A Poor Man's Email"

    Speaking as a computer scientist, I view all of these as sort of poor man's email systems," the Silicon Valley Insider reported he said at Morgan Stanley's technology conference. Google CEO Eric Schmidt made some comments about social networking...

  4. The Year in Search: A 2008 Review

    Morgan Stanley The year's end marks a time to reflect on events over the past 12 months. Several search engines compiled the top searches in several categories for 2008, offering a glimpse into what was top of mind for searchers.

  5. Google Getting Sued For $1 Billion Over Gmail Tool

    Google highlighted gMove on its website and introduced the company to its largest customers (including Proctor & Gamble, Intel, Orbitz, Morgan Stanley and Toys “R” Us). Apparently Chicago-based firm LimitNone is suing Google for misappropriating...

  6. Google CEO to MicroHoo: We'll Bank on Frank

    Quattrone has advised tech companies globally since 1981 while building technology banking departments for Morgan Stanley, Deutsche Bank and Credit Suisse. Google CEO Eric Schmidt has named legendary Bubble 1.0 i-banker Frank Quattrone as an...

  7. Compete Acquired by TNS

    According to Morgan Stanley research and Jupiter Research estimates, clickstream data in the U.S.web analytics market is expected to grow from $325 million in 2007 to $500 million in 2009. Today, London-based market research firm TNS announced its...