Triopoly brushes off COVID-19 as ad revenue reaches new high

An overview of the triopoly's (Alphabet, Amazon and Facebook) performance during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak in Q3 2020.

The triopoly of Alphabet, Amazon and Facebook have brushed off the damage of the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and seen advertising revenue reach new highs, according to company reports.

The group of three earned $63.7bn from advertising in Q3 2020, , the final three months of a turbulent 2020 look set to smash records again.

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