Don't tell hundreds of Google workers that the dot-com bubble has burst.
The firm will hold its initial public stock offering next month, which will mean instant wealth for workers.
The company has given stock options to virtually all its nearly 2300 employees. So, at least on paper, they're set to be millionaires.
But some analysts say the stock offering could cause some problems because even dedicated workers will suddenly begin spending all their time checking the stock price.
And others are predicting big turnover. They say some of Google's top executives could leave the company for newer ventures.
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