Google went public as a search engine 10 years ago with shares offered in a modified Dutch auction managed by investment banks Morgan Stanley and Credit Suisse. Google quickly surpassed other search engines in popularity and in the years since, the company has done some incredible things. From YouTube to mobile search to driverless cars, Jim Cramer says the company is just scratching the surface of what it can do. Cramer also says Google's process of selecting only the top candidates from the country's top universities means we can expect to see a lot more from this company in all facets of technology well into the future.

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