Virus Puts Damper on Google IPO Pricing News

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A new computer virus briefly shut down several Internet search engines, including Google, on Monday. The glitch came on the same day Google announced plans to sell about 25 million shares for between $108 and $135 each for its initial public offering. Hear NPR's Laura Sydell.



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