Transparency (continued)

I’ve said many times that I like transparency and its one of the main reasons I blog.

There’s some interesting commentary out there right now about the lack of transparency into Google’s business and the easy way for them to solve that.

Seth Goldstein makes a very persuasive argument that Google should release its clickstream data to the public. That’s transparency for sure.

And Steve Goldstein (no relation) makes the point that Reg FD has caused less, not more, transparency into public companies and the market is looking for new data solutions to bridge that gap.

Interesting stuff, interesting opportunities.