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    Kudlow & Cramer and I Discuss the Upcoming Google Dutch Auction IPO

    On April 30, 2004, I went on Kudlow and Cramer. Larry Kudlow and Jim Cramer invited me on to discuss the upcoming Google IPO, which was being performed as Dutch Auction IPO (pioneered by Bill Hambrecht, and employed by Overstock in its IPO two years previously). Jim in particular seemed to welcome my explanation of how corrupt the IPO game is on Wall Street, and the virtues of this alternative.

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