Sam Brown

Morgan Webb on Google reaching $600 per share

“Now this made the company worth about $190 billion, almost the gross domestic product of Portugal and more of that than the oil soaked United Arab Emirates … of course countries aren’t stocks but gratuitous comparisons can be fun, like this; if Googles enterprise value was converted into $1 bills and laid end to end it would stretch 20 million miles further than the sun! (You should try it for yourself, you’ll see.)” Watch Morgans Podcast, WebbAlert.

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Sam Brown co-founded Iterate, and was previously VP of Design at Foursquare. Based in NYC.