Google Under Pressure to Wring Sales From Mobile Users

Seems That The Giant Is Struggling.
Or Is That ‘Quaking in its Boots’?…

Google Inc. (GOOG)’s profit and sales are under pressure as the operator of the largest search engine struggles to wring advertising dollars from the growing number of people who surf the Web on tablets and smartphones.

Larry Page, chief executive officer of Google Inc., Ashok Kumar,  senior technology analyst at Maxim Group LLC, and Steven Smigie, an analyst at Raymond James & Associates Inc., offer their views on Google’s third-quarter earnings and outlook. This report also contains comments from Daniel Morris, chief investment officer at Morris Capital Advisors Inc., and Paul Kedrosky, author of the Infectious Greed blog and a Bloomberg contributing editor. (Source: Bloomberg)

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