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YouTube brought in $3.5 billion in 2013, according to a report published on Monday, a number that comes in below many analysts’ estimates. The user-generated video site is profitable, but its overall income isn’t quite as high as the $5 billion number that had been widely floated, according to a story by The Information, which cited two anonymous sources. Google does not publicly release YouTube’s financials. YouTube declined to comment.



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