RBC’s Rishi Jaluria and Jefferies’ Brent Thill discuss Alphabet, Microsoft

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Brent Thill, Jefferies, and Rishi Jaluria, RBC Capital Markets analyst, join ‘Closing Bell’ to give their take on Alphabet and Microsoft’s latest earnings results.

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