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Facebook posts small win with $1.18 billion in revenue for Q2

Groupon Earnings: Is the Cute Email Company Ready to Be a Real Business?

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Groupon has had a rough quarter. A rough year, even. No clear road to profitability, a disastrous accounting mistake, that beer-swilling meeting. The stupid Earth Day email. The company has become a punch line and cautionary tale. Even the Daily Deals summit–an event created for an industry created by Groupon–was...
Groupon Earnings: Is the Cute Email Company Ready to Be a Real Business?

Microsoft reports a big jump in Skype usage, up 50%

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Microsoft reported its first-ever quarterly loss this week, thanks to the huge writedown of its 2007 aQuantive deal. But one acquisition, Skype, is turning out to be the little engine that could for the Redmond giant, at least based on the information Microsoft is providing. According to Microsoft’s Q4 earnings report,...
Microsoft reports a big jump in Skype usage, up 50%

Whoa! Did The Nook Have Better Sales Than The Kindle In March? (AMZN, BKS)

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While we focus on the iPad-Kindle war, another Kindle rival may have quietly eclipsed it. Barnes & Noble's Nook outsold the Kindle in March, according to DigiTimes research. DigiTimes researcher Mingchi Kuo based his report on "figures from upstream suppliers as indicating that the nook accounted for 53% of e-book...
Whoa! Did The Nook Have Better Sales Than The Kindle In March? (AMZN, BKS)

Why It Might Make Sense For Apple To Make A Five-Inch Phone

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If you're an Apple watcher that isn't too busy focusing on the present, you're probably wondering what Apple has cooking for the near future. While Wednesday's critical earnings report will reflect on the health of its existing products, the smart money is on whether or not Apple's got new magic...
Why It Might Make Sense For Apple To Make A Five-Inch Phone

On Its Way to Going Private, Dell Beats Street's Expectations

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In what may — or may not — turn out to be its final earnings report as a publicly held company, computing giant Dell just reported profits that beat the expectations of analysts. Dell reported earnings of 40 cents per share on sales of $14.3 billion, better than the consensus...
On Its Way to Going Private, Dell Beats Street's Expectations

Nintendo Q3 earnings show 3.06 million Wii Us sold, sales forecasts lowered again

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Nintendo's Q3 earnings report is out, and it's sold just over 3 million of its new Wii U console. It's also adjusted sales forecasts downward (again), we're digging through the report now, so hit the source link to check it out for yourself or check back in a moment...
Nintendo Q3 earnings show 3.06 million Wii Us sold, sales forecasts lowered again
Intel still faces declining PC sales, but meets estimates with $13.5 billion revenue in Q4 2012

APPLE Q1 REVIEW: What Did We Really Learn? (AAPL)

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This is a guest post from Sammy The Walrus IV, a frequent commenter at Business Insider, and a sharp tweeter on all things Apple. It was originally published on his site, AAPL Orchard, and is republished with permission. 1Q13 Review Apple's 1Q13 results were largely in-line with my expectations. Revenues beat...
APPLE Q1 REVIEW: What Did We Really Learn? (AAPL)
Facebook's mobile-only user base up 24%, now 126M people

In First Earnings Report Post-IPO, Palo Alto Networks Beats, Sees Q4 Revenue Up 88 Percent To $75.6M

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Today, security company Palo Alto Networks reported its first earnings after becoming a public company in July. Revenue for the fourth quarter grew 88 percent year-over-year to $75.6 million, compared with $40.2 million in the fiscal fourth quarter of 2011. The company saw a GAAP net loss for the fiscal...
In First Earnings Report Post-IPO, Palo Alto Networks Beats, Sees Q4 Revenue Up 88 Percent To $75.6M
Amazon doesn't reveal what it makes on cloud computing, but here's the number, anyway

Apple increases buyback to $60 billion, and quarterly dividend to 15%

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Following its Q1 2013 earnings report on Tuesday, Apple announced that its Board of Directors authorized increasing share repurchasing to $60 billion, up from $10 billion that it announced in 2012. In total, the company expects to utilize a total of $100 billion of cash under this expanded program. Shareholders...
Apple increases buyback to $60 billion, and quarterly dividend to 15%
Yelp makes a better second impression in Q2 with $32.7M in revenue and $0.03 loss per share

Andrew Mason: Groupon To Begin Offering Deal Personalization Abroad Later This Quarter

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At the Goldman Sachs Internet and Technology Conference in San Francisco Thursday, Groupon Founder and CEO Andrew Mason took to the stage to talk about the daily deal behemoth’s newly-minted position as a public company, its roller coaster ride both leading up to and since its IPO, as well as...
Andrew Mason: Groupon To Begin Offering Deal Personalization Abroad Later This Quarter

AMD Shares Fall After Earnings Report

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Shares of chipmaker Advanced Micro Devices fell by nearly 6 percent after hours after it reported quarterly earnings that were slightly ahead of expectations and which included guidance for revenue that was slightly higher than expectations. AMD reported a 13-cent per-share loss versus the 17 cents analyst had expected. Revenue...
AMD Shares Fall After Earnings Report

Facebook beats analyst expectations, reports $1.58 billion in Q4 revenue

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Facebook announced $1.58 billion in revenue Wednesday for the company’s fourth quarter, beating analyst estimates of $1.53 billion. Overall, the company reported $5.09 billion in revenue for 2012, compared to $3.71 billion for 2011, when the company was not yet public. The company saw fourth-quarter earnings of $0.17 per share excluding one-time charges, compared to...
Facebook beats analyst expectations, reports $1.58 billion in Q4 revenue

Investors Who Gave Groupon, Like, A Billion Dollars Get Closer To, Like, Breaking Even

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Remember when Groupon raised, like, a billion dollars? We certainly do. Well, it looks like Groupon’s slide over the past month is bringing its last round of venture investors ever closer to breaking even. The stock has rebounded slightly this morning to $11.49, but the number to watch is $7.90....
Investors Who Gave Groupon, Like, A Billion Dollars Get Closer To, Like, Breaking Even

All eyes on Apple's earnings: Estimates are sharply divided

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The pros are looking earnings of $10.32 on sales of $37.2B. The indies are at $12.29 and $41.45B. FORTUNE -- It's one of the most closely watched corporate events of the season: Apple's (AAPL) earnings report for the most recent quarter, set for release after the markets close today. It will...
All eyes on Apple's earnings: Estimates are sharply divided
AOL revenue is showing signs of life, except where it counts

REMINDER: While Intel Is Messing Around With TV, The PC Business Is Dying (INTC)

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Intel is crazy to think about starting a pay TV service. Not only does Intel have zero relevant experience in the area, it's also a distraction from Intel's real problem. The personal computer is slowly dying. And Intel has almost no presence in the smartphones and tablets that are...
REMINDER: While Intel Is Messing Around With TV, The PC Business Is Dying (INTC)

Zynga Prepares To Lay Off 20% Of Global Workforce, Zynga LA (And Likely More) To Close

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It looks like Zynga is in the midst of laying off one-fifth of its workforce. At the end of last week, we heard that the company would be laying off 20 percent of its worldwide staff today, and that the include a number of Zynga’s global offices would be affected....
Zynga Prepares To Lay Off 20% Of Global Workforce, Zynga LA (And Likely More) To Close

Dell's final earnings report falls short of Wall Street estimates

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Dell today announced fiscal 2014 first quarter results, with revenue of $14.1 billion, as the company grew revenue from Enterprise Solutions, Services and Software 12 percent year over year to $5.5 billion, or 8 percent growth, excluding the recent acquisition of Quest Software. The company earned $0.21 per share, not...
Dell's final earnings report falls short of Wall Street estimates
Facebook beats revenue expectations again, slightly

NBC Reruns On Netflix Boost Comcast's Bottom Line

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Netflix is trying its hand at producing new TV shows, like Lillyhammer. But it is spending the vast majority of its ballooning content budget buying old stuff. A good reminder of that comes from today’s Comcast earnings report, where the cable giant notes that its NBC broadcast unit posted a...
NBC Reruns On Netflix Boost Comcast's Bottom Line

AMD Q1 2013 earnings: softer $146 million net loss on $1.09 billion revenue

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Just two days after the earnings report of its storied rival, AMD has followed suit with a Q1 2013 earnings report of its own. The company reported a net loss for the quarter of $146 million, which stings, but isn't quite so painful as the $473 million loss that...
AMD Q1 2013 earnings: softer $146 million net loss on $1.09 billion revenue
PayPal bringing shopping to Comcast & TiVo remote controls

Here's What Apple Could Buy With Its Huge Cash Pile (AAPL)

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One of the most astounding facts in Apple's latest earnings report is how quickly the company is adding to its cash pile. In just the first three months of this year, Apple added $12.5 billion to its cash balance, bringing the total amount of cash and investments up to a...
Here's What Apple Could Buy With Its Huge Cash Pile (AAPL)

HP To Take A Lot of Bitter Medicine In Earnings Report Today

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We already know most of the bad news, and some of the good, though it was spare, that Hewlett-Packard will announce after the close of markets in New York today. It announced nearly everything worthy of note on Aug. 9. The good news is that earnings on a per-share basis...
HP To Take A Lot of Bitter Medicine In Earnings Report Today

Zynga Falls Short Of Analyst Estimates For Q2: $332 In Revenue, Bookings Decline From Last Quarter

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Zynga didn’t meet analysts’ already-low estimates in its just-released earnings release for the second quarter of its fiscal year, in which it showed revenue of $332 million and lost 3 cents per share. Analysts had predicted the company would earn 5 cents per share on revenue of $344 million. Bookings,...
Zynga Falls Short Of Analyst Estimates For Q2: $332 In Revenue, Bookings Decline From Last Quarter
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