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Why Eric Schmidt doesn’t know how Google works | VentureBeat | Entrepreneur | by Tom Cheredar

According to the company’s 2013 financial filings, 83 percent of Google’s revenue came from ads, about 7 percent from Motorola which is now gone, and 10 percent from everything else. In other words, when you add up all the revenue from Google Apps Gmail, Docs, Drive, Maps, etc. together with the Android and other mobile businesses, and then add Chromebooks, Chromecast, Chromeboxes, and everything hardware and everything Chrome, Google Developers Network, Google+, Google cars, Google robots and drones, Google Glass and other wearables, Google Cloud, and everything else in the Google world, you get $5 billion or 10 percent of Google’s revenue. Peanuts! Google does not disclose the split of cost among different business units, but it’s not hard to imagine their level of profitability if they were independent entities.

via Why Eric Schmidt doesn’t know how Google works | VentureBeat | Entrepreneur | by Tom Cheredar.



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