I'm looking for a not too out of date source of information that lists who owns Google stock and how much they own. Is this available online somewhere?

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Expected this to be a bit easier than it was, but dug around for a while and found what I hope is deep enough answer for your situation.

Here's the live report on NASDAQ's site: http://www.nasdaq.com/asp/holdings.asp?symbol=GOOG&selected=GOOG

Top 5 Holders

FMR LLC 15,335,005 CAPITAL RESEARC... 12,730,080 PRICE T ROWE AS... 10,054,346 VANGUARD GROUP ... 9,220,692 STATE STREET CO... 8,476,124

You can page almost endlessly through the rest of the institutional owners here: http://holdings.nasdaq.com/asp/Institutional.asp?FormType=Institutional&SortBy=shares_held&Descending=D&strFilter=T&coname=Google+Inc.&logopath=http://content.nasdaq.com/logos/GOOG.gif&market=NASDAQ-GS&selected=GOOG&symbol=GOOG&PageNum=2

Insider Control Note

Larry, Sergei & Eric Schmidt together own >90% of the Class B shares of the stock, which have 10 votes each (vs. 1 vote per Class A share), so they apparently control 68% of all voting rights in the company (think I read that in their latest 10Q)


Looks like that report is actually refreshed (via SEC Form 4 filings) on a daily basis, w/ the baselines taken from quarterly 13F filings - not sure, that's all new to me, took that from description offered on site, here:

"The data displayed in the Holdings Summary provides a snapshot of institutional holdings and activity for a particular stock. The institutional holdings summary data encompasses the holdings and change from most recent 13F filings. The insider filer data counts the number of monthly positions over 3 month and 12 month time spans. Summary data is calculated daily, using the most up to date information available."

Further Info

While the report's on NASDAQ.com, it's apparently sourced from EDGAR Online, so if the depth/formatting of the NASDAQ report isn't what you're looking for, you might try that too.

  • Is there somewhere for me to see the insider controlled shares? Dec 13, 2010 at 7:41

This is what you are looking for.


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