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Google Inc. (GOOGL) Q1 2014 Earnings Preview: First Quarter Ad Sales Could ...
Google Inc. (NASDAQ:GOOGL)(NASDAQ:GOOG) is expected to report a jump in profit for the first quarter of 2013, as its strategy of packaging desktop, mobile and tablet advertising begins to pay off.
Google, Inc.(NASDAQ:GOOG) Earnings Preview  Tech Insider
Google Inc (GOOG) (GOOGL) Earnings Will Test Momentum Bust  ValueWalk
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Google Inc to buy Titan Aerospace, a startup that makes solar-powered drones ...
The Internet search company said Monday it acquired Titan Aerospace, the maker of high-altitude, solar-powered satellites that provides customer access to data services around the world.
Google Acquires Drone-Maker Titan Aerospace  Bidness Etc
Google Inc Buys Drone Maker That Facebook Inc Was In Talks With  ValueWalk
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Here's why Google Inc is about to split its shares for the first time in its ...
Update: More than 330 million new shares of Google Inc. landed in the U.S. equity market Thursday, completing a two-year process through which Sergey Brin and Larry Page are cementing control of the world's third-biggest company.
Google Inc (GOOG) (GOOGL): Don't Get Confused By The Stock Split  ValueWalk
Google Inc Splits Its Stock  The Motley Fool UK
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Google Inc split April 3 offers short window of opportunity for the alert
The most likely outcome is that Google's share price falls by half and the new series trades in lockstep with the old, according to Jeffrey Burchell, co-chief investment officer of Aston Hill Financial Inc. in Toronto. Still, he'll be on the lookout ...
Google Inc (GOOG) �Stock Split� Possible Opportunity For Traders  ValueWalk
Google Inc (GOOG) news: Google's Going Ex-Dividend (A Stock Split)  Seeking Alpha
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Google Inc (GOOG) (GOOGL) Estimates Raised Ahead Of Earnings
Analysts remain positive on Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL) (NASDAQ:GOOG) heading into next week's earnings report. Deutsche Bank analysts say the search giant is their �best in class for mega-cap tech.
Earnings on Deck: Google Inc, International Business Machines Corp., and Bank ...
It's already been a big week in the earnings confessional, but the fun's not over yet. Still slated to report are search titan Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL), blue-chip tech concern International Business Machines Corp. (NYSE:IBM), and financial firm Bank ...
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Buzz Stocks: Google Inc, BlackBerry Ltd, Aaron's, Inc., and Motorola Solutions Inc
Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL) has agreed to buy Titan Aerospace, with the intent of using the startup's solar-powered drones to help collect aerial images.
Stocks to Watch Pre-Market: Google, Inc.(NASDAQ:GOOG), Zebra Technologies ...  Tech Insider
Zebra CEO Wants to Bridge Physical, Digital Worlds  Wall Street Journal (blog)
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After-Hours Stock News: Google Inc. (NASDAQ: GOOG), Expedia Inc. (NASDAQ ...
Meanwhile, shares of Google Inc. (NASDAQ:GOOG) edged up 0.11 percent to $538.75 in after-hours trading following a Bloomberg report that said the company had licensed hotel booking software from Expedia-backed Room 77 Inc. Expedia Inc.
S&P 500 Has Worst Week Since January on Valuation Concern  Bloomberg
US Stocks Rise as Tech Rebounds; Gold, Oil Lead Commodity Gain  Businessweek
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Apple, Microsoft, Google all (much) richer than the U.S. government, report finds
Apple Inc.'s $158.8 billion cash stockpile more than triples the $48.5 billion currently in the coffers of the U.S. government, according to a new report.
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Priceline Seeks Results From Facebook as Google Wins Ads
Priceline Group Inc. (PCLN) spends feverishly on Google Inc. (GOOG) advertisements to grab users searching for a hotel in New York or Paris -- and because ads on Facebook Inc. and Twitter (TWTR) Inc. have failed to deliver results, Chief Executive ...
This High-Growth Industry Has Gotten the Attention of Google Inc  Motley Fool
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