Shares go up on news of figures from Larry Page's first full quarter as chief executive.
Google defied analysts’ forecasts with second-quarter earnings up 36% year-on-year to .5bn (£1.5bn) and revenues up 32% to a record .2bn in co-founder Larry’s Page’s first full quarter as chief executive.
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