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Profit Third Quarter

  1. Google Revenue Up 17% in Q4 2009

    Google's net income profit was $1.97 billion compared to $382 million last year. Aggregate paid clicks were up 13% year-over-year and up 9% from the third quarter of 2009. Google has released its earnings for the fourth quarter of 2009 and the news...

  2. Baidu Launches C2C Site,

    Baidu's Profit Increases 91% in Third Quarter 2008 Baidu is getting in the consumer-to-consumer (C2C) game (think eBay or indie sellers on with a new site, In the beginning, 10,000 sellers were chosen from over 100,000...

  3. Baidu's Profit Increases 91% in Third Quarter 2008

    Operating profit in the third quarter of 2008 increased to RMB368.3 million (US$54.2 million), representing a 119.1% increase from the corresponding period in 2007. Operating profit excluding share-based compensation expenses (non-GAAP) was...

  4. Baidu Profits Soar 87% in Second Quarter

    Net profit came in at $38.6 million, beating expectations of $35.5 million. Boosted by advertising sales in advance of the Beijing Olympics, the Chinese search engine posted an 87% jump in profits in the second quarter of 2008.

  5. JupiterResearch Reveals SEM Executive Survey Findings

    More advertisers are beginning to use sophisticated measurements of ROI, especially multi-channel retailers, who for example might implement metrics for things like return on profit margin, rather than the simpler return on ad spend, he said.

  6. Google & MySpace In $900 Million Deal On Search & Contextual Ads

    In other words, even if Google doesn't make a net profit off of MySpace, the intangibles could be worth the cost. The integration of Google's services including consistent search navigation across Fox Interactive Media's network of properties is...

  7. Daily SearchCast, July 5, 2006: Google's Ranking Criteria Categories Exposed?; Lawsuit Over Rankings Might Go Ahead; Google's Not-So-Killer Products; Windows Live Local Click-To-Call & More!

    Google plans on taking a 30 percent commission from the profit on selling books online. Google's Gtalk is currently ranked number ten with two percent market share, Google Finance is the "40th-most-visited finance site," and Gmail "is the system...