Google revenues up by $5bn to $26bn - but profits rise by only $400m

Dan Worth
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Google revenues up by $5bn to $26bn - but profits rise by only $400m
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Google revenues up by $5bn to $26bn - but profits rise by only $400m

Pixel smartphone helps boost Google's revenues, a lot more than its profitability

Alphabet, the holding company of Google and its many 'moonshots', has announced a surge in revenues from $21bn to $26bn in the fourth quarter of 2016, partly thanks to sales of its new Pixel smartphones....

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