Google Sees a Jump in Profits


Google is off to a great start in 2013. From January through March, the company raked in $14 billion in revenue. The company's profit grew 16 percent over last year's first quarter to reach a total of $3.5 billion.

After rallying to an all-time high early in early March, Google's stock price came back to earth in the past few weeks. On April 18, the stock closed at $766.91, roughly percent below its recent peak.

Infographic: Google Sees a Jump in Profits | Statista
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