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July 17, 2008 1:11 PM

Google sees sequential profit dip, misses estimates, gets a beating

Posted by Benjamin J. Romano

Microsoft's top Internet rival, Google, saw a slight, sequential decline in profit in the second quarter, posting non-GAAP net income of $1.47 billion, compared with $1.54 billion in the first quarter of 2008. Non-GAAP earnings per share were $4.63, missing the average analyst estimate of $4.74 a share. The company's stock was tumbling in the after-hours market.

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