back to article Google's revenues swell yet again, yet big earnings elude it

Google continued to mint money in the second quarter of its fiscal 2014, with revenues booming compared to the year-ago period, yet its earnings still managed to disappoint eager Wall Street analysts who were expecting even greater returns. This quarter, the online ad-slinger posted revenues of $16.0bn, which soundly beat the …

  1. Julian Bond

    Profit? Tax!

    So Google makes a profit. Why doesn't it pay tax then?

    1. Anonymous Coward

      Re: Profit? Tax!

      Because no doubt in the UK it made a billion pound loss...

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