The company posted a net profit of 6.66 billion dollars, or $ 9.50 per share for the three months ended March 31, compared with $ 9.40 billion, or $ 13.33 per share, the year before the United States.
An estimated average of analysts that the company earned $ 7.3 billion, or $ 10.48 per share, as the "Sky News" reported.
The results include a fine of $ 1700000, introduced by the European Commission to put harmful to competition in the & # 39; waking websites through search engines own limitations.
With the exception of the fine, the company received $ 11.90 per share, well above analysts' estimates of the United States to report adjusted earnings of $ 10.61 per share.
Revenue rose 16.7 percent year on year, the slowest pace in three years to reach 36.34 billion.