Sources: Google, Reuters, Bloomberg
quote: That shows you either know nothing about Google, or you're just trolling.
quote: You won't see a product or cost center breakdown, because over 95% of Google's revenue comes from advertising.
quote: Most of what you're looking for can be found here:http://edgar.secdatabase.com/1404/119312513028362/...
quote: Your first post implied Google is hiding something
quote: The information you're asking for is confidential, and generally not available even to employees outside of executive, sales, and marketing staff.
quote: Not even Apple, your favorite company, gives that level of detail:
quote: There's another reason why the info is hard to find: Google has too much of it. Apple's 2013 10-K filing was 98 pages highlighting five products. Goolge's is forthcoming, but last year's was 310 pages. Google has WAY to much to report on to get to the level of detail you want.
quote: Along with the Dec. 2012 sale of Motorola's set-top box division to Arris (ARRS) for $2.3B USD, that move left Google baring $7.3B USD of the $12.5B USD it paid back in 2011 to acquire the American phonemaker. Motorola has $2.9B USD in cash, but Google lost $2.3B USD so far on unit. That leaves the net cost at $6.7B USD.