It was Thursday August 19, 2004, and after months of anticipation, trading of Google stock would finally begin this morning on the NASDAQ. Google offered a total of 19,605,052 Class A shares using a "modified" Dutch auction initial public offering (IPO), including 14,142,135 floated by Google and 5,462,917 from existing stockholders, at a price range of $85-$95 per share. You have been charged with advising ReidCourt LLC as to whether it should bid to purchase Google shares in the IPO, and if so, at what price(s).
Hodrick, Laurie Simon. Don't Be Evil: Google's 2004 Dutch Auction IPO. Columbia CaseWorks #090327: Columbia Business School, 2009.
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