Reporter David Vise: 'The Google Story' Google's market capitalization is now worth more than The Washington Post, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Disney, Amazon.com, General Motors, and Ford combined. Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter David Vise guesses what's next in The Google Story.
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Reporter David Vise: 'The Google Story'

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Reporter David Vise: 'The Google Story'

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Reporter David Vise: 'The Google Story'

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David Vise's previous work includes The Bureau and the Mole, about the Robert Hanssen FBI espionage case. hide caption

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Google's market capitalization is now worth more than The Washington Post, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Disney, Amazon.com, General Motors, and Ford combined.

So what will Google do for an encore? David Gardner talks all things Google with Pulitzer Prize-winning Washington Post Reporter David Vise, author of The Google Story.

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