This story was written by Rafat Ali.
Google (NSDQ: GOOG) filed its 10-Q a little while ago, and nothing significant stands out beyond what it said in the Q209 earnings. Some notables:
—Not as big as the other ongoing investigatons into Google: U.S. EPA opened an investigation this February, on alleged release of refrigerant at one of its smaller data facilities, which it inherited part of DoubleClick. “We are cooperating with the EPA and have provided documents and other materials. The EPA investigation could result in fines, civil or criminal penalties, or other administrative action.” Likely won’t be a lot, though.
—On YouTube: still no significant revenues, despite company’s posturing of late.
—Google had 19,786 employee end of Q209, compared to 19,604 at end of Q208.
By Rafat Ali