DoubleClick severance: up to four months' pay, if you don't go work for Google's enemiesGoogle layoffs at DoubleClick, the online-advertising tech company based in New York that it just acquired, began a day later than expected. Today, among others, the entire finance team was shown the door. It's a bright, sunny day in New York; a good start for ex-DoubleClickers' four-month vacation. Google's severance package: two months' pay plus another two if they sign a noncompete agreement, a Google source told Vanity Fair. No wonder Google wants them off the market: Yahoo and other online-advertising rivals are actively recruiting DoubleClick veterans. (Photo by stobor)