Alphabet's Q3 Revenues Top $46 Billion as It Faces Mounting Regulatory Headwinds

Google posts 14% revenue increase in first earnings call since the DOJ filed its antitrust probe

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After an earnings blip in the previous quarter and the looming travails of an antitrust probe, Google-parent Alphabet posted its Q3 revenues of $46.2 billion today. It indicated a business that has benefitted handsomely from global lockdown orders since the beginning of the pandemic.

The figures amounted to a 14% year-over-year revenue increase with Alphabet and Google CEO Sundar Pichai claiming the performance as “consistent with the broader online environment” and a validation of the online giant’s investments in AI plus other emerging technologies.



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