A new analysis of data from Google’s BigQuery database shows that the global pandemic has been taking a toll on many of the world’s most important companies.
The data shows that some of the largest companies in the world have suffered huge losses in 2017, and that the world economy is currently in a recession.
The report is based on Google’s daily tracking of traffic data, which shows how many users are accessing the company’s services and how many have visited their sites.
The company has published a series of reports over the years, including one last year showing how the company lost $1 billion in 2016.
In 2017, the company said it would lose $3 billion.
The big question that remains unanswered is how big a role the global flu pandemic played in Google’s performance.
While the data doesn’t show that it played a large role in Google, the data does show that the company had to slash its staff by about 70% in 2017.
In 2017, Google was in a dire situation.
It had to cut its workforce by 70%The data also shows that in 2017 it had to scale back its services in order to keep up with demand.
That meant that Google’s servers were not able to handle the volume of traffic.
Google’s main search engine, Google Maps, has also suffered.
Google’s data is a snapshot of its traffic, so it’s not as clear what factors were causing the slowdown in Google services.
The company’s traffic is up, but the company hasn’t made the numbers available.
Google does offer a number of other data points that it says show a strong decline in traffic.
In 2018, Google’s traffic dropped by a staggering 35% in the United States, and it saw its revenue drop by more than 15%.
Google’s revenue in Europe and Japan also dropped by more that 30%.
The company also announced it would be cutting the number of employees by almost half, from more than 700 to 200.