Alphabet has released its Q1 2016 earnings report, showing strong year-over-year growth once again with $20.25 billion in revenue leading to $4.2 billion in net income for the quarter.

After the formation of Alphabet, earnings for Google as we know it — search, ads, YouTube, Chrome, Nexus, Google Play, etc. — have been separated from some "Other Bets," such as Google Fiber and Nest. We'll break down how each segment performed, where applicable.

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That being said, here are the big points in this quarter's earnings for Alphabet:

  • Revenue of $20.25 billion, up 17% year-over-year
  • Operating income of $5.34 billion
  • Operating margin of 26%
  • Net income of $4.2 billion
  • Operating expenses of $7.2 billion, 36% of revenues

Aggregate paid clicks were up 29% year-over-year, with paid clicks on Google's own websites going up 38% in the same period. Cost-per-click was down 9%, following the trend of the past few years, with cost-per-click on Google's websites being down 12% as well.

Alphabet's "Other Bets," comprising non-critical (and often under-performing) businesses break down like this:

  • Revenues of $166 million, up from $80 million last year
  • Operating loss of $802 million, down from $633 million last year

Rounding out the release, Alphabet reported that it has $75 billion in cash (and cash equivalents) holdings, which is an increase of $10 billion from Q1 2015. There were capital expenditures of $2.4 billion for the quarter, and the company's effective tax rate was 18%. Finally, Alphabet's employee count was a rather large 64,115, an increase of nearly 10,000 from the same time last year.

As it does each quarter, Google is also streaming its earnings call on YouTube starting at 4:30 p.m. ET, which you can watch below if you're interested in the gritty details of the business.