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Investors Second Quarter

  1. New York Times to Sell Google to Blame?

    The signals were there for the New York Times to start cleaning house and this move couldn't have made investors happier (as is evident from the increase in its stock price). Revenue for, which has declined to $25.4 million in the second...

  2. Google Reports $10.65 Billion in Q1 2012 Revenue, Proposes New Class of Stock

    In their Founder’s Letter, Page and Brin say this is something investors have long asked for. Google revenues topped $10 billion for the second quarter in a row, coming in only slightly higher than their Q4 2011 $10.58 billion.

  3. As Goes Google So Goes The Economy?

    Basically stating "Investors searching Google's fourth-quarter earnings may see clues about the state of the Internet ad business, the economy and the future of the company itself. Dropping various products like Print Ads, its Twitter-like...

  4. Google Earnings Top $5.37 Billion in Revenue Q2 2008

    But those numbers still disappointed investors who basked in the glow of Google's growth and perhaps lingered a little too long in the sun. Google revenues topped $5.37 billion for the quarter ended June 30, 2008, an increase of 39 percent compared...

  5. Yahoo Announces onePlace at CeBIT

    Dynamic content will be automatically updated, which should appeal to the likes of sports fans, investors, and frequent flyers. The launch of onePlace is expected to take place in the second quarter of 2008.

  6. Yahoo Q2 Post Slight Decline, Yang To "Put Back On Winning Path"

    Based on the hundreds of people — employees, investors, partners, advertisers, users, peers — who've reached out to me over the past month, there seems to be no shortage of folks who want Yahoo! The company's second-quarter net income was $160.57...