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For your information, you can find below the description of the video Alphabet 4th-Qtr Ad Revenue Falls Short of Estimates published by the Youtube channel Bloomberg Television:
Mandeep Singh breaks down Alphabet's fourth-quarter earnings on Bloomberg Television. Revenue in Alphabet's core search business, which is fueled by advertising, was $48.02 billion, narrowly missing analysts' projections for $48.15 billion.