Google is shutting down stores in North and South Carolina, and closing shops in at least two other states.
Google’s online shopping service stopped working in the Tar Heel State in early April.
The company had reported that it was losing more than $600 million in the state, according to the Associated Press.
On Friday, Google said it was shutting down its North Carolina stores, which were based in Charleston, and that it planned to close all other Google Stores in the Carolinas and Virginia.
The company has struggled with declining revenue and profits in the last few years.
Its revenue in North America dropped 30 percent from 2015 to 2016.
Google announced plans to close some of its stores in New York City and Los Angeles in early March, after it reported a loss of $6.6 billion for the year.
The Wall Street Journal said the closures were part of a strategy to reduce expenses.