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7/15/2005
  Getting Rich at Google

Salar Kamangar is the product manager who handled the press on the click fraud issue back in February. According to the WSJ, he's just one of many spending 7 figures in the Bay-Area enclave of Atherton. Omid Kordestani strikes it rich too - he gets his picture done in Wall St. Journal style.

Some Googlers are buying properties through trusts in an effort to remain anonymous, real-estate agents say. In February, a 12,400-square-foot Atherton estate sold for $10 million to a trust, according to the assessor's records. Behind the trust, says a person familiar with the matter, is Salar Kamangar, a 28-year-old Google product-management director. The property is now back on the market for $11.65 million.

Reading this article makes me a bit jealous. Not of the $10M homes, but the fact that more and more Googlers are getting their own "dot-picture" printed in the WSJ! Man, someday, I aspire to one of those little etched headshots...

 


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