Article about Google insiders dumping stock:
“Since Feb. 14, 2005, the expiration date of the biggest and final restriction on insider sales following Google’s initial public offering, managers have dumped a truckload of stock. As of Aug. 9, they had sold almost 23 million shares. That means Google’s top executives have offloaded about $7.4 billion of stock, equal to about a third of the company’s starting market value when it sold shares at $85 each in the August 2004 IPO”.
Party at their houses, then.
Being a thorough, investigative blogger, I asked the Google search engine: Do You Rate Google A Sell?
The Google search engine responded: Do You Believe In A Ghost? And something about David Hasselhof.
Which I thought was rather amusing…