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Alphabet shared YouTube revenue after US SEC demanded 'qualitative' data

In the Dec. 20 letter, O'Toole also wrote that Alphabet also would disclose the growth of Google Cloud revenues "although we do not believe it is currently a required disclosure."

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Alphabet Inc began disclosing revenue for its YouTube video service this year after US securities regulators asked the Google parent to give more "quantitative and qualitative" data on the business, according to filings released Monday. Alphabet's Chief Accounting Officer Amie Thuener O'Toole wrote to the United States Securities and Exchange Commission on Dec. 20 saying that in response to comment from SEC staff, "We will separately disclose YouTube advertising revenues" even though "there have been no significant changes to our advertising ...

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First Published: Tue, March 17 2020. 11:35 IST