Google profits miss expectations

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Yellow Belt
Web search giant Google saw its profits jump 28% to $925m (?451m) over the past three months, but the figure was not as good as analysts had hoped for.
Compared to the same period in 2006, when Google made a $721.1m profit, the second-quarter performance was strong.

But the latest figure represented a fall from the first three months of the year, when Google made $1bn in profit.

Nevertheless, Google said it was pleased with what it said was "solid growth" - particularly outside the US.

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Yellow Belt

They made more money than is possible to concieve and could easily wipe out world debt but its not "good enough"

Sounds like they are saying that

I hate stuff like this


profit is profit. No matter how much
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