Analysts see Google earnings call as insight into company's future plans

Analysts are hoping to glean insights into likely cable competitor Google (Nasdaq: GOOG) when the company details its first quarter earnings after market close today.

Google is starting a new era under the direction of CEO Larry Page who has "long expressed his belief that Google should invest heavily in opportunities that may take years to pay off," a story posted on Forbes.com stated.

Investors fret over what this means to Google's short-term financials; cable interests should be listening to see where Google's long-term TV plans are headed.

For more:
- Forbes.com has this story

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