In recent weeks, many companies publish their reports for the 4th quarter and 2015, and it seems that now is the time to do it Google. The past year has shown excellent growth of financial indicators of the company, as well as a big jump in revenue in the last quarter.
Before we delve into the details, we need to clarify some things. Now that Google has a parent company, the financial results are distributed differently.
Alphabet has separated the key areas of activity – Search, Maps, YouTube, Apps, Cloud, Ads, Commerce, Android, Chrome, Google Play, and the sale of equipment – from his more
bold initiatives, calling last “other rates”. However, the main business continues to be the name of Google.
Now that we have all this cleared up, let’s get to some of the figures. Looking at Google’s revenues, we will see that over the last year it amounted to 74.5 billion, an increase of 13% year on year. Operating profit was $ 23.42 billion.
The company earned $ 21.33 billion in Q4 2015, up 18% year on year, and net income was $ 4.9 billion compared with $ 4.6 billion for the same period last year.
Other Alphabet rates consist of projects such as Google Fiber, Nest, Calico, GV (Google Ventures), Google Capital, X (Google X) and a number of other important initiatives. For the full year, these projects have earned a total of $ 448 million in revenue, compared with $ 327 million last year.
These indicators are not too high, especially when considering the fact that the operating loss amounted to $ 3.57 billion. Of course, this is largely a pilot projects, so that should not be surprising that these companies did not bring the company any money.
Additional financial information can be found below, in reference to