Google is no longer able to tell the difference between a Google share and a non-Google share.
The company has been unable to find a way to accurately track what Google has sold for its non-GAAP earnings, which were reported on Friday.
Google reported revenue of $18.5 billion, or $0.14 per share, on revenues of $26.5 trillion.
GAAP revenue was $0 for the quarter.
On Friday, Google said that it had sold $9.5 million of Google shares, which is a big loss for a company that sells for more than $50 billion a year.
Google is now able to determine when a non Google share has sold and how much it will be worth on Friday when it reports results.
It’s unclear what happened with Google shares sold during the quarter, but Google said it had “received no information” that the shares were being sold on Thursday.
Google stock closed at $24.49.