Search giant’s advertising units pulled in $46.2 billion, up nearly 22% from a year earlier
By Georgia Wells
Wall Street Journal
Google rode a surge in online holiday spending to record revenue in the fourth quarter, even though it disclosed for the first time continued losses in its closely watched cloud division.
The internet titan’s earnings, released Tuesday afternoon, reflected a continuing recovery in global ad spending that took a hit in early 2020 when people paused travel plans and…
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