Google Inc. (GOOG) Q2 2010 Earnings Call Transcript July 15, 2010 4:30 pm ET Executives Jane Penner – IR & Corporate Communications Patrick Pichette – SVP & CFO Jonathan Rosenberg – SVP, Product Management Nikesh Arora – President, Global Sales Operations & Business Development Analysts James Mitchell – Goldman Sachs Spencer Wang – Credit Suisse Imran Khan – JPMorgan Justin Post – Bank of America Doug Anmuth – Barclays Capital Brian Pitz – UBS Ross Sandler – RBC Capital Markets Jeetil Patel – Deutsche Bank Steve Weinstein – Pacific Crest Mark Mahaney – Citigroup Jason Helfstein – Oppenheimer and Company Scott Devitt – Morgan Stanley Youssef Squali – Jefferies Jordan Rohan – Stifel Nicolaus Sandeep Aggarwal – Caris and Company Aaron Kessler – ThinkEquity Sameet Sinha – JMP Securities Mayuresh Masurekar – Kaufman Brothers Colin Gillis – BGC Financial Heath Terry – FBR Capital Markets Richard Fetyko – Merriman & Company PresentationOperator
Good day and welcome, everyone, to the Google Inc. conference call. This call is being recorded. At this time, I would like to turn the conference over to Ms. Jane Penner, Senior Manager, Investor Relations. Please go ahead, Ma’am. Jane Penner Thank you, Connie. Good afternoon, everyone, and welcome to today’s second quarter 2010 earnings conference call. With us are Patrick Pichette, Chief Financial Officer; Jonathan Rosenberg, Senior Vice President, Product Management; and Nikesh Arora, President, Global Sales Operations and Business Development. First, Jonathan and Patrick will provide us with their thoughts on the quarter and then Nikesh will join us to answer your question. Also, as you know last quarter we began distributing our earnings release exclusively through our Investor Relations website located at investor.google.com. So, going forward, please refer to our IR website for our earnings releases as well as supplementary slides that accompany the calls. This call is also being webcast from investor.google.com. A replay of the call will be available on our website in a few hours.