Google misses revenue targets as online advertising growth declines - but Google Cloud pulls-in $8.9bn in 2019

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Google's net income was boosted by a big fall in the level of EU fines it needed to pay in 2019
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Google's net income was boosted by a big fall in the level of EU fines it needed to pay in 2019

Cloud computing turned over $8.92bn in 2019, while EU fines fell from $5.1bn to 'just' $1.7bn

Google parent company Alphabet has missed its fourth-quarter revenue estimates as a result of slowing advertising sales growth. The company posted revenues of $46.08 billion for its 2019 fourth quarter,...

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