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Alphabet, Google's parent company, beat analysts' expectations on Thursday, and its shares popped more than 5.5 percent after hours.
Alphabet reported second-quarter earnings of $8.42 per share on revenue of $21.50 billion. Analysts' expected Alphabet to report earnings of $8.04 per share on $20.76 billion, according to Thomson Reuters a consensus estimate.
CFO Ruth Porat said in a statement that the results "reflect the successful investments we've made over many years in rapidly expanding areas such as mobile and video."
Last year, Google's founders changed the company's structure, creating Alphabet as a holding company of sorts. Core Google generates most of the company's money, and a separate category called "other bets" includes projects like Google Fiber, Nest thermostats, science initiatives Calico and Verily and the investment arm Google Ventures.
Alphabet shares have fallen 1.56 percent so far this year.