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  • 1. David Wulkan Alice Lin
  • 2.
    • The Wall Street Journal ( WSJ ) is an international daily newspaper published with a worldwide circulation of more than 2 million people as of 2006, with 931,000 paying online subscribers
    • It was the largest-circulation newspaper in the United States until November 2003, when it was surpassed by USA Today .
    • The Journal primarily covers U.S. and international business, as well as financial news and issues
    • It was traditionally used to provide information on the stock market and the economy of America.
  • 3.
    • Digital Network that provides information on the Stock Market (funds, markets, portfolios, technology, tools and research, newsletters)
    • Relates the latest economic and business news
    • Offers both magazine and online exclusives
  • 4.
    • The service features business and enterprise headlines for many corporations including their financial decisions and major news events.
    • An example of Google’s unsuccessful foray into finance.
      • 0.78% of market share relative to Yahoo's 37.3% market share in the finance category
      • Focused too much on US interests
      • Did not allow users to follow stock in personally created portfolios like Yahoo
      • Yahoo Finance is even listed before Google Finance in a search
  • 5.
    • Create documents, spreadsheets, and presentations online
    • Share and collaborate in real time
    • Safely store and organize your work
    • Control who can see your documents
    • For the first time, there is a single place for organizing and editing that is accessible from any computer
    • Why does Google offer this service?
  • 6.
    • Makes it easy to keep track of important events in one place
    • Allows you to share your schedule with friends and family
    • You can add events and send invitations effortlessly
  • 7.
    • Earns most of its money by selling ad space on the web pages it delivers to us when we use these free features
    • “ One stop shop”: (cell phone search, YouTube, ad sponsored internet services)
    • Constantly expanding its services
      • E-mail
      • Google Docs
      • Google Calendar
      • Finance
  • 8.
    • Google’s price comparison service
    • It is currently in beta test stage
    • It is different from most other price comparison services in that it neither charges any fees for listings, nor accepts payment for products to show up first. Also, it makes no commission on sales
    • Superior to other sites because:
      • Does not require exact word match
      • Searches multiple sites
      • Easy to navigate
  • 9.
    • Kermit the Frog Puppet
    • Can sort by:
      • Relevance
      • Price
      • Product/Seller Rating