Posted by OmidKordestani, Senior VP, Global Sales and Business Development Google's official spin on the Yahoo-Google search deal portrays the pact as a technology play. Yahoo will have access to Google ad technology under the terms of the agreement.
Ads and Enterprise – OmidKordestani Google held an all-day briefing for financial analysts and press yesterday at the Googleplex. If you're so inclined to listen to the five sessions yourself, you can listen to the webcast.
Also interesting are entries like exec OmidKordestani acquiring 76,459
shares on June 12, 2006. Bloomberg has a very interesting
report on why they believe Google's stock has been falling this year, down
about 7 percent this year.
OmidKordestani Google has just filed a report with the SEC that lists the annual base salaries (stock options and other items excluded of course) for top execs in 2006. Once again, Eric Schmidt, Sergey Brin, and Larry Page will have a base salary...
When I checked the page the other day I found Larry Page's CES presentation, a few items from the Google Zeitgeist conference, links to interviews with Sergey Brin and OmidKordestani from Web 2.0, and a couple of other links.
OmidKordestani, Google's senior vice president of sales, $559.6 million Via Nathan over at InsideGoogle, this AP article about insiders at Google selling shares of Goog shares titled: Google insiders cash in on company's lofty stock price.
OmidKordestani, the company's global sales guru, said at a recent conference, "We're trying to find ways so we are not viewed as a gorilla. The December issue of Wired, takes a look at Google's many ventures (these days it's a challenge to keep up...
OK=OmidKordestani: We are trying to really understand how advertisers want to work with us. In just about all cases, you will NOT be reading exact quotes. Nevertheless, I hope the post gives you a good idea of what was said.
At Web 2.0, Google's, OmidKordestani, chatted with JB. Google's top exec team is hitting the road. Today, Google CEO, Eric Schmidt, spoke at the Association of National Advertisers Annual Conference in Phoenix.
offers highlights of a conversation between John and OmidKordestani, Senior Vice President, Global Sales and Business Development at Google. Kordestani: The business model works. Kordestani also tells JB that he thinks Google is just getting going...
OmidKordestani, a senior vice president at Google, paid $17.8 million for a 16,000-square-foot Atherton home. The Wall Street Journal story (free to non-subscribers): Searching for a Home In Atherton, Calif.
OmidKordestani I just spotted a new SEC filing containing info about the cash bonuses several top Google execs received for their work in 2004. Senior Vice President of Worldwide Sales and Field Operations
OmidKordestani, Senior Vice President, sold 243,526 shares. The AP reports that three more Google "insiders" sold shares on earlier this week Those selling stock on Monday: George Reyes, CFO, sold more than 300,000 shares
We keep the benefits of the previous program but open it up to a much wider set of advertisers," said OmidKordestani, Google's senior vice president of worldwide business development and sales. Google is no stranger to advertising, having had paid...
We keep the benefits of the previous program but open it up to a much wider set of advertisers," said OmidKordestani, Google's senior vice president of worldwide business development and sales. A longer, more detailed version of this article is...