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What's next for Google's Larry Page?... Not a dividend

Wednesday, April 04, 2012 - 02:21

April 4 - As Larry Page celebrates a year at Google's helm, expect solid earnings from the tech titan in 2012 according to exclusive StarMine data, but don't expect to see any dividends for shareholders.

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It's been what years since Larry Page took over as CEO of -- since then the stock's performance has been lacking its peers. So what's got to put some spark to that performance. I'm joined now by Thomson Reuters analyst around artist who's been crunching some exclusives start -- data breast. Drugs let's say hey it's as the one with the brakes at Google's. Think I Larry -- this stock was up over 500 dollars. It's stuck on them that's it now. And and you and this this is that this opportunity. Will send the stock higher. Meaning that they drive according to date. It is contacted both -- -- liners of earnings growth and not this past them. Also it's -- momentum is strong and 8% of its -- And since the last it's earnings qualities or at least that many sports eat eat with just and industry average of its kind with the balance. It has increased by ten billion dollars to 45 billion. Couple hundred Billy. And pass it -- when he four point three times of my abilities. Which makes it attractive. But -- predators that. At about -- Don't hold your -- that audiences are mine is they don't think that -- happen anytime -- Even though it's very evident that Google. As it has it gotten some very big projects and -- Which is their party's gonna happen to some. Shareholder pressure to return some of that cap on the court at camp that -- agents and other top executives. On the majority of shares and voting public that the again -- like evidenced by your old so -- start -- analysts think Larry Page. Analysts believe that is willing to experiment more than that matters like well thank you just -- job and increasing number of visitors to this side. On the flip side it has received a lot of this criticism from analysts. Believe that the company is spreading itself and taking on too many tactics which I. Which. At the bottom lines and -- to market and some months. I'm Rhonda schaffler is as writers.

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What's next for Google's Larry Page?... Not a dividend

Wednesday, April 04, 2012 - 02:21