Interpublic Group today reported gains for the fourth quarter and the full year, with profits growing 84 percent in 2014.
Facebook's mobile sales continue to skyrocket, now accounting for 69 percent of its advertising business, according to results it shared today.
Facebook’s mobile business topped $1 billion in revenue last quarter (its Q4) and accounted for more than 50 percent of the social network’s ad dollars for the first time.
LinkedIn’s Marketing Solutions division, which houses its ad business, typically falls in the shadow of its larger recruiter-oriented Talent Solutions group. But that hasn’t stopped the company's ad revenue from growing at an increasing clip.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s claim during the company’s fourth-quarter earnings call on Wednesday that “Today there is no argument: Facebook is a mobile company” may sound a bit hyperbolic for the social network, given its history as the desktop social hangout. But Facebook’s number prove otherwise.
Last year Google finally crossed the $50 billion mark, growing 32 percent from 2011 to close 2012 with $50.2 billion in annual revenue.