A new report from Google and the US government lays bare how the companies are making more money by paying for their own Internet services and charging more for services from outside providers.
In 2016, Google was the largest DNS provider with a market value of $1.4 billion, according to data from market research firm DigiTimes.
It’s now the second-largest provider of DNS with a net worth of $5 billion.
The report, which is based on public records and other information from multiple sources, shows that Verizon has surpassed Google as the largest provider of Internet DNS.
Verizon’s net worth is $1 billion and has grown by 50 percent since 2013, according the Digi Times report.
Verizon has a market cap of $10.4 trillion and has $6.2 trillion in revenues, Digi times figures.
The new report said that Verizon is paying about $6 billion more per year than Google.
The company has also been able to raise $2 billion in cash from the sale of its cable TV network and a stake in its cloud-computing division.
The deal has led to a significant boost in revenue for Verizon.
Verizon is not alone.
Alphabet, the parent company of Google, is the largest pay-TV provider in the US with $6 trillion in annual revenue.
Alphabet is also a dominant Internet-based media company, with $2.5 billion in ad revenue last year, according Digitimes.
The report comes after the Justice Department in March accused Google and other Internet companies of conspiring to help criminals access online accounts.
A month later, the company settled a criminal investigation by agreeing to pay $1 million to the government to settle a separate probe into its use of its search algorithm.
The Justice Department’s antitrust investigation began in September 2016 when a Google employee sent a document to an employee of another Google company, Gmail, requesting that the document be removed from Gmail’s system and handed over to the DOJ.
The DOJ investigation into Google’s practices was opened in December 2016, according, and ended in April.