CHART OF THE DAY: Google's Massive Cash Flow In Context II

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Google turned in another solid quarter yesterday, with free cash flow coming in at $2.5 billion.

Think about it: that’s a $10 billion run rate for a company that didn’t exist 10 years ago.

How does that stack up to other companies? It’s still not close to Microsoft, but it’s pulling away from Time Warner. Here’s an update from our April chart.

Note: We’ve used analyst estimates for Q3 for Microsoft and Time Warner.
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