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  1. Google Earnings: 2012 Revenue of $50 Billion, Q4 Revenue of $14 Billion, CPCs Fall

    The company also said it achieved record earnings in fiscal 2012 of $50 billion, which Google CEO Larry Page said at a news conference was "not a bad achievement in just a decade and a half. We implemented policy changes this year that improved CPC...

  2. Google Plans to Combine Mobile & Desktop Ads

    Google CEO Larry Page shared select bits of his vision for Google in the Q3 earnings call late last week. An investor from Citi asked Page if desktop revenue was now as good as it would ever get. Can Google remain objective when they’re proposing...

  3. Google Reports $12.2 Billion in Q2 2012 Revenue, 35% YoY Growth

    In their pre-earnings call press release, Google quoted CEO and co-founder Larry Page on the company’s latest developments and the closed Motorola acquisition: “Google standalone had a strong quarter with 21% year-on-year revenue growth, and we...

  4. Google’s Human Trafficking Ad Policy Questioned

    In a letter to CEO Larry Page, they are requesting Google share its policy for sexually exploitative advertisements and how it ensures those policies are followed. Advertising accounted for 96 percent of Google’s $37.9 billion revenue.

  5. Google’s 13th Birthday: 12 Top Stories From the Past 12 Months

    Larry Page returned to his role as CEO and cleaned house, Google saw record revenues, Google introduced a suite of Instant products, and Android continued to grow. In a shocking move, Eric Schmidt announced in January he was stepping down as CEO...

  6. Shareholder Sues Google For Aiding Illegal Drug Sales

    A Google shareholder has filed a lawsuit against Google CEO Larry Page and the entire board of directors for unspecified damages because the company allowed advertising from online pharmacies and facilitated the “illegal importation” of drugs.

  7. Social Media Madness - The Final Four

    Coach: CEO Jimmy Wales founded the company (along with Larry Sanger) in January 2001, and is based in San Francisco. What's their long-term revenue model? Still struggling to find a sound revenue model.