2/13/2006

A Time Magazine cover story charts the growth of Google from two guys with a dream to a company of roughly 6,000 employees and more than $100 billion in market value. Will Google be able to face the challenges of international expansion and the nearly impossible expectations of the marketplace? Can the company uphold its "don't be evil" motto and still do business in China? What are Google's plans for all the user data it is collecting?

  • Click here for a look at the Time cover.
  • Click here for a Q-and-A with founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin and CEO Eric Schmidt.
  • Click here for Time's list of handy Google search shortcuts and tricks.
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