Google reports record $50bn revenue for 2012

Danny Palmer
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Web giant sees revenue increase despite slight drop in UK search share

A strong Q4 helped Google achieve $50bn (£31.5bn) in annual revenue for the first time last year. The fourth quarter of 2012 saw Google generate revenue of $14.4bn (£9bn), up 36 per cent on the ...

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