Nvidia's sales of mobile chips are starting to pick up.
Groupon co-chief executives Ted Leonsis and Eric Lefkofsky aren't racing to find the next CEO as the current executive team is "gelling."
Groupon has had a tough past few months, but at least today's Q1 earnings beat expectations.
Activision Blizzard beats estimates, but World of Warcraft loses 1.3M subscribers.
Business social network LinkedIn just posted its Q1 2013 earnings, and while the results trumped expectations, investors seem a bit spooked because it issued weak guidance.
Samsung's latest quarterly results show the company in prime shape with a stunning $7.9 billion operating profit and $47.5 billion in revenues. But like Apple, growth is starting to look like an issue.
It's like the opposite of Winston Churchill's battle of Britain quote: Never were so many products sold for so much money by such a huge company for so little profit.
The only things on the rise were net loss, which totaled $20 million for the quarter, up from $4.7 million the quarter before, and headcount, with 36 new employees taking checks from Fusion-io.
After two full quarters of sales, the Wii U's worldwide installed base is only 3.45 million units.
Apple stock has jumped more than $18 since yesterday, adding $17 billion in stock market capitalization to the company's value in the last 24 hours.
"iPhone 5 sales have failed to impress. There's been a lack of innovation over the past few years to come up with the next great device, and consumers have filed to see any differentiation. Samsung has captured the market."
Both earnings and revenues came in slightly below expectations.
Revenue will definitely be down from the company's traditionally big holiday quarter, but the big question will be how Apple's Q2 2013 will compare to Q2 2012.
With $3 billion in forecast revenue, Yahoo might be seeing its first real growth in years.
Groupon reported its fourth quarter 2012 earnings today almost exactly where analysts had expected: with $638 million in revenue, up 30 percent over last year.
The problem was that analysts wanted a profit.
But company warns 2013 will be a tougher year.
Things are finally looking up for Sony's earnings.
Sprint is making money and adding customers, but a variety of factors still helped it lose $1.32 billion last quarter.
While Zynga is still technically losing money in the fourth quarter, its earnings report is cheering up the stock market.
Facebook's earnings just hit the wire, showing $1.585 billion for the quarter and a grand total of $5.1 billion for all of 2012, narrowly beating estimates of $5 billion.