Monday, August 29, 2005

Weekly: Google's Big Bet: Beyond Instant Messaging

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FORBES.COM WEEKLY NEWSLETTER AUGUST 29, 2005

Google's Big Bet: Beyond Instant Messaging
This week's moves portend a much larger strategic play in communications.

Week In Review

Monday
Magner Quits Citigroup Global Consumer Unit
Also: CEO Prince announces new 30-person operating committee.

Health Care For Penny-Pinchers

Promising Data On Diabetes Treatment Ignites Shares


Tuesday
Turning Skin Into Stem Cells?
New stem cell technology has great promise--but not the sort many people were probably hoping for.

Northwest Saves Its Skin

Three Pans In Gas Utilities


Wednesday
The Gas-Guzzler Relief Act
Proposed U.S. regulations could make life easier on GM and Ford. Will they save any fuel?

Ex-HP CEO Fiorina To Pen Memoirs

Microsoft Eyes Big Opportunity In Small Business


Thursday
The 100 Best Mid-Cap Stocks
America's best welter-weight companies.

Citron's Vonage Seen Likely IPO Candidate

New Plastic Sweeps Colleges


Friday
What Was Wrong With Vioxx?
Scientists are still struggling with the questions behind the painkiller's recall.

Energy Is Hot, But This IPO's Not

Has Open Source Become A Marketing Slogan?


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