The slowing growth of Google's central business, search, is worrisome for the company, this article notes. Despite its acquisitions of YouTube and AdMob, "none of those deals have yet significantly diversified Google's $23-billion-a-year revenue stream," Michael Copeland writes. The way consumers use the Web has changed, but Google's core business hasn't, he notes. Consequently, Google's stock is down 21% in 2010.

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