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Join CNET's live coverage of Google's call with investors (live blog)

Google CEO Larry Page and other execs will field question from Wall Street analysts, starting at 1:30 p.m. PT.

The Googleplex can't be a happy place today.

After the company's third-quarter earnings were released several hours prematurely -- the fault, Google says, of publisher RR Donnelly -- investors started dumping the stock. The search giant missed earnings estimates as big losses at Motorola contributed to a 20 percent drop in overall profit.

CEO Larry Page, who has been on hiatus for several months, will address investors at 1:30 p.m. PT. CNET will cover the conference call live. Click the link below to follow along.

Live coverage of Google's third-quarter earnings conference call.
Google Earnings Slides, Q3 2012