Hey Alexa, you're not the only one getting the holiday love.
The holidays were good to Google's parent company, Alphabet, because of hardware products like Google Home, an Alexa competitor, execs said during a fourth-quarter earnings call Thursday.
During the call, Ruth Porat, CFO of Alphabet, and Google CEO Sundar Pichai boasted that revenue was up 24 percent to $32.
CEO Sundar Pichai did not offer specific hardware sales for any of its products, as parent company Alphabet anounced its latest financial numbers.
Alphabet, Google’s parent company, closed out its last quarter of 2017 with revenue of $32.3 billion, and non-GAAP earnings per share of $9.70, according to figures the company released today (PDF). Analysts surveyed by Thomson Reut...
Google parent Alphabet shares slid after the Google parent company fourth-quarter earnings per share missed Wall Street estimates.
Google's ad business continued to soar in the fourth quarter, weathering a crisis of trust in its growing YouTube video platform. Google parent company Alphabet's operating profits grew by 15 percent, or about $7.7 billion. Revenue ...