Google’s Early 2010 UK Earnings Rise To Another Record

Google’s UK earnings reached another record high, of $842 million, between January and March.

That’s a nine percent rise from the previous three months and 15 percent from the same period a year ago.

Google’s UK earnings dipped uncharacteristically in Q208, Q408 and Q209, but have been rising again in Q309, Q409 and this latest quarter.

There’s no change in the share of company revenue Google (NSDQ: GOOG) takes from the UK (13 percent) and outside the U.S. (53 percent).

Company-wide net revenue was up 19 percent to $5.06 billion. Net income increased to $1.96 billion, up from $1.4 billion a year ago. Both figures were squarely in line with analysts