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Topic - Susan Wojcicki
Google is getting even better at showing online ads to the right people at the right time. That enabled the Internet search leader to hit analysts' earnings target for the second quarter and reassure investors about the company's moneymaking prowess.
"We're serious about providing more intelligent results," Susan Wojcicki, Google's senior vice president of advertising, said Thursday during a conference call to discuss the second-quarter earnings. "We're moving beyond a search engine that just matches strings of words to one that understands people, the world, the way people do."