Google's next big score
There's nothing to suggest that Google's current growth engine - ad-supported search - is in trouble. But it's clear that the company is searching for ways to grow beyond that well-run core. (See Chaos by design, from the Oct. 2 issue of Fortune.)

Depending on how you count, Google has released at least 83 full-fledged and test-stage products, but none has altered the Web landscape the way Google.com did.

Will Google come through with another big win to justify its $400 stock price? Or will the search phenom prove to be a one-hit wonder?
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