Google's Golden Decade: From IPO to Cash Cow

Aug. 19 (Bloomberg) -- Ten years ago today, Google started trading as a public company on the Nasdaq. Since then, the shares have never fallen below the IPO price. Bloomberg West anchor Emily Chang has a look back at Google's first decade and what may be to come. (Source: Bloomberg)

OPEC Output Cut May Not Drain Supply
01:59 - Oil is trading at a three-week low on concerns that OPEC is unable to make the kind of progress it needs to come to a consensus and to a tangible agreement from Vienna in late November. Bloomberg analysis shows that even if OPEC cuts, it still might not be enough to drain the surplus. Bloomberg's Wael Mahdi reports on "Bloomberg Markets: Middle East." (Source: Bloomberg)
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