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Google 2014 Earnings: $66 Billion Revenue, $18.1 Billion Profit

Google reported 2014 earnings with a $66 billion revenue in total, of which $18.1 billion was profit or income before taxes.
In thie file photo, Google co-founders Larry Page, left, and Sergey Brin pose for photos at their company's headquarters The search giant reported 2014 earnings with a $66 billion revenue in total, of which $18.1 billion was profit or income before taxes. (Ben Margot/AP Photo, File)

Google reported 2014 earnings with a $66 billion revenue in total, of which $18.1 billion was profit or income before taxes. Its revenue was “up...




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