Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 10th Mar 2006 12:33 UTC, submitted by BryanFeeney
Google The long talked about Google Office is taking shape. At the same time as TechCrunch has displayed screenshots of a possible Google Calendar called CL2, Google has announced that it has acquired Writely, an online, collaborative word-processor creating using JavaScript and DHTML. Documents are saved online (perhaps in Google's rumoured GDrive). Of particular interest is that GMail, when paired with CL2, provides a decent alternative to Exchange/Outlook, and it was only in November that Google annnounced GMail for Domains, a system whereby Google acts as a company's mail server, but uses the companies own domain name for the email address.
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RE[2]: Denial at it's best!
by antwarrior on Fri 10th Mar 2006 14:18 UTC in reply to "RE: Denial at it's best!"
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No matter how many shares they buy they can't have voting rights which equals no control over the company. As far i know their shares have unequal voting rights , weighted in the founder's favour.

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