Google released its Q1 2014 results a few days ago showing a massive 19% hike in revenues to $15.4billion. Imagine that!!!! Adding $2.4billion in a single quarter.
But investors weren’t buying it as the shares declined 5%. One interesting article attributed the reason to a seeming clog in online users around the world. It basically suggest that Google’s future is directly correlated to a rise in Internet usage. As such when the rate of new internet users is slowing down as most part of the world are getting connected ever more faster, Google’s growth will undoubtedly slow. Hard to believe but I suggest you read the article. Follow the link below.