Alphabet earnings could push Google parent past Apple as world’s most valuable company
Alphabet Inc. is preparing to expose some secrets that could help Google’s parent company pass Apple Inc. in market capitalization.
Alphabet GOOGL, +1.74% GOOG, +1.64% is expected to report fourth-quarter earnings after the market’s close on Monday. The company will finally break out non-Google reporting segments under the recently-formed Alphabet structure after initially announcing the restructuring in August. It will have two reporting segments: Google and “other bets.”
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Google is about to report earnings as Alphabet for the first time. Here’s what we’ll learn
Today (Feb. 1) is the day we finally get a clearer view of what Alphabet, Google’s new parent company, is really made of. After the US market closes, Alphabet will announce its fourth-quarter results, its first earnings report since the company underwent an elaborate restructuring last year.
When the company first announced the organization overhaul in August 2015, it promised improved “transparency and oversight of what we’re doing.” This week, Alphabet finally revealed what the changes to its financial reporting will entail. Alphabet will break out two segments in its earnings report: its core Google business and everything else under the bucket “Other Bets.”
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How much is Alphabet spending on self-driving cars and other “moon shots”?
How much is Google-parent Alphabet GOOG 1.64% spending on “moonshots“—self-driving cars, glucose-monitoring contact lenses, Internet balloons, and other ambitious projects?
Investors will get their long-awaited answer when Alphabet reports fourth-quarter results after markets close on Monday.
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Alphabet’s earnings may shed new light into Google
Google reports its latest financial results on Monday, with new details that may prompt some to see the company in a different light.
The Internet search giant reorganized itself as Alphabet Inc. last year, to separate its core businesses from its far-flung bets on driverless cars, smart homes and health care. Alphabet will for the first time disclose the revenue, operating income and capital expenditures for the two segments on Monday and provide historical figures back to 2013.
For the parent company, Wall Street expects fourth-quarter revenue of $21 billion and earnings per share of $8.09, according to Thomson Reuters data. But analysts and investors are more interested in the segment details.
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