Jim Cramer: Should Investors Expect to See More Transparency From Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai?

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Alphabet is our Real Money stock of the day after the company posted earnings after the bell Monday night.

The company reported revenue of $46.08 billion, falling short of expectations of $46.9 billion.

Here are the biggest takeaways from the report of the Final FAANG.

This was Sundar Pichai’s first quarter as CEO of both Alphabet and Google.

YouTube ad revenue came in at $4.72 billion for Q4.

Revenue was up 36% annually in 2019 to $15.15 billion, which is actually a little below what some analysts have estimated.

And YouTube Music and Premium collectively have over 20 million paid subscribers globally and YouTube’s TV Service--which is available exclusively in the U.S.--has over two million paid subs.

And Cloud Revenue came in at $2.61 billion for Q4, and it’s up 53% in 2-19 to $8.92 billion.

So does Jim Cramer expect to see more transparency from the new CEO?

Watch the video above for more.

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