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Google's employees in the UK were paid an average of £226,000 each last year, it has emerged.
The web giant paid out almost £350million in bonuses from a company stock scheme after enjoying a surge in revenue.
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More than 3,600 staff in management, marketing and research and development are said to have benefited from the bumper payouts.
The tech firm also paid almost £70million in corporation tax, according to the figures seen by the Guardian.
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The pot of money to be paid out from the stock scheme surged by more than 50 per cent from £219million to £342million thanks to a rising share price and strong financial performance, it is reported.
The company said it was 'investing significantly in the UK' including a new 11-storey building in King's Cross.
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The building will create a Google office with the potential to house 7,000 employees, the company has said.
Google's profits are reported to have risen by 23 per cent to £246million, according to the company's latest financial documents.
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The corporation tax figure, at £66.8million last year, is said to be almost...
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