Google’s much anticipated IPO could be filed as early as this week – according to various trusted sources. Google has completed an audit that clears the way for an anticipated filing of an initial public offering (IPO) as early as this week. The report on the “to be filed someday soon” IPO from Google is the most recent fuel thrown on the industry speculation fire on probably the most eagerly anticpated IPO n many years.
Google has been certified compliant with the requirements of the Sarbanes-Oxley law and it is believed that Google’s board of directors were awaiting the audit report before giving the final go-ahead to file the IPO with the Security and Exchange Commission.
According to the Google IPO News from Reuter’s Wire on ZDNet:
Google’s board has been awaiting the report before giving the final go-ahead for the company to file a formal stock registration with the Securities and Exchange Commission, the paper said, citing executives involved with the process. If the registration is approved at a Google board meeting that could take place as early as this week, the public offering would most likely take place during the last week in April, according to the Times.
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