Google's revenue was slightly stronger than expected during Q1.
The fees Google pays to partner web sites, known as TAC, continued to increase as a percentage of revenue.
Analysts on the conference call focused on regulatory risks and spending.
Google-parent company Alphabet topped Wall Street targets with 23% revenue growth in Q1, but the better-than-expected performance was not enough to allay worries about rising expenses and the most significant risks of a regulatory clampdown the...
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