Google’s net profit for 9 months increased by 20.7%

Google’s net profit for 9 months increased by 20.7%


Google’s net profit in the third quarter jumped 45.2% to 3,979 billion. Diluted earnings per share of classes A and B for the three months amounted to / 5.73 3.98 dollar against dollar in July-September 2014.

MOSCOW, 23 Oct. American Corporation Google in the first nine months of 2015 increased its net profit by 20.7% in annual terms — up to 11,425 billion dollars, according to a release from its parent company, Alphabet.

Diluted earnings per share of classes A and B in the first nine months of the current year amounted to $ 15,77 dollar versus 13.78 dollar a year earlier. The indicator for the stock class C reached 17,27 14,44 dollar against the dollar in 2014. The company’s revenue increased by 12,02% to 53,660 billion.

Google’s net profit in the third quarter jumped 45.2% to 3,979 billion. Diluted earnings per share of classes A and B for the three months amounted to / 5.73 3.98 dollar against dollar in July-September 2014. Diluted earnings per shares class C up to 5,73 $ 3.98 dollar a year earlier. The company’s revenue increased by 13,02% to 18,675 billion.

“Our results for the third quarter show the strength of Google’s business, particularly in mobile search. Six products are currently more than 1 billion users worldwide, and we welcome the upcoming opportunities Google and Alphabet” — are words in the message financial Director Google and Alphabet Ruth Porat (Ruth Porat).

Google was founded September 2, 1998, and the domain google.com was registered on 15 September 1997. The Google search engine has evolved from a research project of the Stanford Ph. D. students Larry page and Sergey Brin.

In August 2015 it was announced that the Alphabet will become a holding company. The Google search engine, Android and YouTube 2 October 2015 came in holding Alphabet. The company gained control of Google Life Sciences, Calico, Sidewalk Labs, Nest, Google Ventures, Google Capital and Google X. the Google Co-founders Larry page and Sergey Brin took the post of General Director and President of Alphabet, respectively.