Five questions to consider ahead of Big Tech’s Q3 earnings • TechCrunch


the day after Bell, Alphabet and Microsoft will report their financial calendar results for the third quarter of the year. Given the breadth of industries touched by each of these companies, their performance will provide us with rich data relating to different areas of the technology landscape.

The fun will continue tomorrow when Meta announces its own results. And later this week, we’ll hear from Apple and Amazon, about completing their “Big Five” tech earnings reporting cycle in a few days.

Prepare for a storm of numbers.

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Most people don’t like to read earnings reports, dry docs that are a strange mix of canned CEO words and raw numbers. The executive comment shown is too chewy beforehand to mean much, and it’s just the numbers: numbers on the page.

To help you cut a useful streak during the upcoming scalar wave, I’ve detailed below five questions that TechCrunch+ will want answered in the coming days. Our queries center around issues affecting startups, so we will link each question and its supporting data points to the tech startups.

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