Microsoft released its Q4 fiscal year earnings on Tuesday, beating analysts’ expectations on multiple accounts. It reported total revenue of $46.2B, a 21% increase YoY, and operating income of $19.1B, a 42% increase YoY. Net income came in at $16.5B or $2.17 per share, a 47% increase YoY.
- Microsoft’s Productivity and Business Processes business unit, which includes Office Suite software, Dynamics, and LinkedIn, generated $14.7B in revenue.
- Microsoft’s personal computing unit, which includes its Windows software, gaming and search advertising, as well as its keyboards and mice, reported $14B in revenue.
- Microsoft’s Cloud business unit, which includes Azure, SQL Server, Windows Server, and GitHub, generated $17.4B in revenue, a 30% increase YoY.
- Microsoft share rose ~1% in after-hours trading following the report.