(Reuters) - Alphabet Inc (GOOGL.O) reported a 27.7 percent drop in quarterly profit as the company recorded a previously announced charge related to a record $2.7 billion fine imposed on its Google unit by the EU.
The company's shares, which closed marginally up in regular trading on Monday, fell nearly 3 percent to $969 after the bell.
On a consolidated basis, revenue rose about 21 percent to $26.01 billion in second quarter ended June 30, beating the analysts' average estimate of $25.65 billion, according to Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S.
Revenue from its Google Other unit, which includes Pixel smartphone, Play Store and cloud business, rose 42.3 percent to $3.09 billion.
The company's net income fell to $3.52 billion, or $5.01 per Class A and B share and Class C capital stock, in the second quarter from $4.88 billion, or $7 per share, a year earlier.