Tech earnings reports continue this week and today, Alphabet, the holding company for Google, reported how it performed in the fourth quarter of 2015. Normally no big deal for Google, which reliably reports making truckloads of money. But now it’s Alphabet … which means we’ll get a peek at how some of its more interesting divisions are performing. Are any of those moonshots making money? Marketplace senior tech correspondent Molly Wood joined Kai with a guide to Alphabet’s earnings and how to interpret them.
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