REPORT CARD: How Good Are Google's Other Businesses?

REPORT CARD: How Good Are Google's Other Businesses?

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Google needs to diversify. After 14 years, more than 95% of its money still comes from online advertising, and most of that  comes from search. This is not for lack of trying. Over the years, Google has launched a many new products beyond search. Most of them don't contribute...
REPORT CARD: How Good Are Google's Other Businesses?
                                       

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