Google’s Cloud Business Takes $1.2 Billion Loss

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Feb.02 — Alphabet’s Google Cloud business reported an operating loss of $1.2 billion in the fourth quarter. Ruth Porat, Alphabet and Google’s CFO says the company is investing “ahead of revenue.” Futurum Principal Analyst Daniel Newman appears on “Bloomberg Technology.”

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