Category: Alphabet

Alphabet grew more than expected in Q1, but its ad business saw “significant slowdown” in March
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Alphabet grew more than expected in Q1, but its ad business saw “significant slowdown” in March

Today after the bell, Alphabet, parent company of Google, reported its Q1 2020 performance. The company’s $41.16 billion in revenue for the three-month period came in ahead of expectations, besting analyst estimates of $40.33 billion. However, its earnings per share came in under expectations, with the street anticipating $10.38 in per-share profit, while Alphabet delivered…

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Alphabet takes the wind out of its Makani energy kites
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Alphabet takes the wind out of its Makani energy kites

Alphabet today announced that it is calling it quits on its efforts to build and monetize its Makani wind energy kites. Makani, which was founded in 2006, came into Google/Alphabet seven years ago as a Google X project. Last year, the company spun it out of X and made it a standalone Alphabet unit. Now,…

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Alphabet earnings show Google Cloud on $10B run rate
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Alphabet earnings show Google Cloud on $10B run rate

Today after the bell, Alphabet reported its fourth-quarter and full-year financial results. The company’s revenue grew from $39.3 billion in 2018 to $46.1 billion in 2019. The firm’s net income also expanded from $8.9 billion to $10.7 billion over the same time frame. The figures, when compared to expectations, were mixed. Alphabet beat analyst estimates…

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Google-Parent Alphabet Must Crush Earnings Expectations or Risk Selloff
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Google-Parent Alphabet Must Crush Earnings Expectations or Risk Selloff

Google-parent Alphabet is reporting quarterly earnings after the bell on Monday. The search giant’s ad revenues must beat Wall Street expectations or risk selloff. New CEO Sundar Pichai must implement changes in terms of company disclosure to attract more investors. Google-parent Alphabet (NASDAQ:GOOGL), is scheduled to release its fourth-quarter earnings report today after the market…

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As Alphabet crests the $1T mark, SaaS stocks reach all-time highs of their own
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As Alphabet crests the $1T mark, SaaS stocks reach all-time highs of their own

Continuing our irregular surveys of the public markets, two things happened this week that are worth our time. First, a third domestic technology company — Alphabet — passed the $1 trillion market capitalization threshold. And, second, software as a service (SaaS) stocks reached record highs on the public markets after retreating over last summer. The…

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