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Sprint Sold 1.8 Million iPhones Last Quarter, 40 Percent To New Customers

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Sprint Nextel this morning released its earnings for the fourth quarter of 2011 as well as the full-year results. The company reported a net loss of $1.3 billion and a diluted loss of $.43 per share for the quarter and $2.9 billion for the whole of 2011. Now serving roughly...
Sprint Sold 1.8 Million iPhones Last Quarter, 40 Percent To New Customers

Sprint Sells 1.8 Million iPhones in 4Q 2011, 40% to New Subscribers

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Sprint today became the last of the three major U.S. iPhone carriers to report earnings for the fourth quarter of 2011, disclosing that it sold a total of 1.8 million iPhones during the quarter. While well below the 7.6 million activations reported by AT&T and the 4.3 million activations reported...
Sprint Sells 1.8 Million iPhones in 4Q 2011, 40% to New Subscribers

Sprint posts $1.3 billion net loss in Q4; 1.8M iPhones sold, 1.6M net subscribers added

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Sprint on Wednesday reported its results for the fourth quarter of 2011. The nation’s No.3 carrier sold 1.8 million iPhone handsets, 40% of which were sold to new subscribers, and it managed 1.6 million total net subscriber additions in the quarter — its best performance in terms of customer...
Sprint posts $1.3 billion net loss in Q4; 1.8M iPhones sold, 1.6M net subscribers added

A Closer Look: Facebook’s Operating Margins Decline With Growing Headcount, International Growth

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One thing that has been remarkable about Facebook is its willingness to expand in developing markets that many other consumer Internet companies would otherwise write off because they’re hard to monetize. But that growth abroad plus the company’s increasing headcount and share-based compensation expenses are eating into its operating margins,...
A Closer Look: Facebook’s Operating Margins Decline With Growing Headcount, International Growth

Sprint adds 1.6m subscribers in Q4 2011, sells 1.8m iPhones, but loses $1.3b

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Sprint's Q4 2011 results are in and, although the company is reporting a $1.3 billion net loss, they're highlighted by the best subscriber growth the carrier has seen since 2005. Both the loss and the sudden uptick in consumer interest can be reasonably attributed to Sprint's deal to carry...
Sprint adds 1.6m subscribers in Q4 2011, sells 1.8m iPhones, but loses $1.3b

Under-pressure Japanese gaming giant DeNA posts record annual revenues – $1.82B sales, $794M income

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DeNA is one of a number of mobile gaming firms under pressure in Japan — where authorities look set to rule a lucrative social game genre illegal — but, casting that aside, the company has announced record annual revenues of $1.82 billion in sales and $794 million in operating income,...
Under-pressure Japanese gaming giant DeNA posts record annual revenues – $1.82B sales, $794M income
Sony loses $312 million in Q1 2012

Facebook’s Amended S-1: 901 Million Users, 500M Mobile, Paid $300M Cash + 23M Shares For Instagram

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Facebook has just filed a fourth amendment to its S-1 to IPO that notes that it now has 500 million mobile users, 901 million monthly active users, and that it paid 23 million shares at $30.89 a share plus $300 million cash for Instagram for a total of $1,010,470,000. Facebook...
Facebook’s Amended S-1: 901 Million Users, 500M Mobile, Paid $300M Cash + 23M Shares For Instagram

Sony completes Ericsson buyout to form Sony Mobile Communications

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Sony has completed the deal to buy partner Ericsson out of the companies’ joint Sony Ericsson mobile venture, according to confirmation posted to Reuters. The company will now be named Sony Mobile Communications and owned wholly by the Japanese entertainment giant. Swedish firm Ericsson has confirmed that Sony has paid the $1.29...
Sony completes Ericsson buyout to form Sony Mobile Communications

Ancestry.com Acquires Archives.com For $100 Million

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Utah-based genealogy site Ancestry.com just announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement with Silicon Valley-based startup Inflection to acquire its competitor Archives.com for $100 million in cash and assumed liabilities. Inflection’s other products, people search site PeopleSmart and Identity.com, are not part of this acquisition. A number of...
Ancestry.com Acquires Archives.com For $100 Million

Time Inc. Shrinking Again

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Not a good sign for the magazine business: A rough quarter for Time Inc. the world’s biggest magazine publisher. Revenues dropped 3 percent for the first three months of the year, while operating income shrank by 38 percent. Corporate parent Time Warner blamed the decline on both slowing ad sales...
Time Inc. Shrinking Again

Japan’s DeNA generates $445M in Q4 revenues for mobile social gaming network

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Japanese mobile social gaming company DeNA reported that its sales for the third fiscal quarter ended Dec. 31 were $445 million, up 16 percent from a year ago. The numbers are pretty big for a mobile game platform and they show the potential of what could happen as mobile social...
Japan’s DeNA generates $445M in Q4 revenues for mobile social gaming network

Sprint Q4: 1.8M iPhone Sales, But 'All The Money's Going To Cupertino'

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Is Sprint’s bet on the iPhone paying off, or costing it a pretty penny? In the company’s Q4 earnings, the carrier boasted that 40 percent (720,000) of all iPhone sales were going to new customers, with 1.8 million iPhone users added overall, in the first full quarter of Sprint...
Sprint Q4: 1.8M iPhone Sales, But 'All The Money's Going To Cupertino'
Groupon rebounds with $559M in Q1 revenue

Verizon issues Q2 earnings, touts 'record-high margins' in Wireless

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Big red is reporting some green, green earnings. Verizon today posted its second quarter earnings, and it seems pretty happy about the whole thing, thanks to $28.6 billion in total operating revenues -- a 3.7 percent increase over this time last year. The carrier's consolidated operating income, meanwhile, hit...
Verizon issues Q2 earnings, touts 'record-high margins' in Wireless

McClatchy Beats Earnings Predictions, Touts Digital Investments

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McClatchy (NYSE: MNI) Company’s fourth quarter operating earnings beat analysts’ predictions, while the newspaper chain also reported an overall boost from investments in online properties like Cars.com and Apartments.com. In figures released this morning, McClatchy announced earnings of $0.49 per share which surpassed analyst predictions of $0.35. Total operating...
McClatchy Beats Earnings Predictions, Touts Digital Investments

Qualcomm breaks records with Q2 2012 earnings, thanks 'strong demand' for 3G- and 4G-enabled devices

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It's a good time to be in business. And by "business," we mean, "in the wireless business." Apple and Samsung seem to be selling every smartphone they make, and Qualcomm seems to be outfitting those very devices with quite a few components. After a record-setting Q1, Qually has just...
Qualcomm breaks records with Q2 2012 earnings, thanks 'strong demand' for 3G- and 4G-enabled devices

Groupon reports Q1 earnings: Revenues of $559.3 million – Shares soar in after hours trading

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Today Groupon released its first quarter earnings, marking the second time that it has done so since its initial public offering. The company had revenues of$559.3 million and earnings per share of $0.02 (non-GAAP). On a GAAP basis, the company lost $0.02 per share. Here’s what analysts, according to Bloomberg,...
Groupon reports Q1 earnings: Revenues of $559.3 million – Shares soar in after hours trading

Oracle Kills It In Q4, Buys Back $10 Billion Worth of Shares

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Oracle just released its fourth quarter earnings results three days earlier than planned, and in a word they’re a lot stronger than anyone expected. The highlight is that it beat the consensus EPS by four cents, reporting earnings of 82 cents a share, versus the street view of 78 cents....
Oracle Kills It In Q4, Buys Back $10 Billion Worth of Shares

Windows Work? 'Harry Potter' DVD Sales help Drive Time Warner's Q4 Profits

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Delaying DVD and Blu-ray rental releases to outlets including Netflix (NSDQ: NFLX) and Redbox made the magic of Harry Potter even more potent. That was the takeaway from Time Warner (NYSE: TWX) Inc.‘s fourth-quarter financial report to investors Wednesday. Driven partly by strong disc sales of its eighth and...
Windows Work? 'Harry Potter' DVD Sales help Drive Time Warner's Q4 Profits
Barnes & Noble Delivers New 8GB Tablet, Disappointing Earnings

News Corp: Earnings Surge But Scandal Bill Hits $104 Million

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News Corp surpassed analyst expectations in quarterly earnings announced today, but the numbers reflected two wildly divergent trends. On one hand, the company posted impressive growth in its TV, cable and movie businesses. These segments resulted in a $210 million year-over-year quarterly earnings increase and adjusted earnings per share...
News Corp: Earnings Surge But Scandal Bill Hits $104 Million

Amazon's Q1 2012 earnings: net income down 35 percent to $130 million, net sales at $13.18 billion

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It's no Apple-sized quarter, but you'd need to be on HGTV's Million Dollar Rooms a handful of times over to scoff at Amazon's Q1 2012 earnings. Or, you know, Wall Street. After reporting $177 million in net earnings last quarter (on $17.43 billion in revenue), the online sales behemoth...
Amazon's Q1 2012 earnings: net income down 35 percent to $130 million, net sales at $13.18 billion

Facebook Q1 Profits Down, Revenues Down, Operating Income Down

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Facebook just released a new S1 with Q1 financials included. REVENUES ARE DOWN Q/Q, UP Y/Y: Q1 saw $1.06 billion revenues, up from $731 million the same quarter last year and down from $1.131 billion during Q4 2011. Seasonality is a factor here. Revenues also declined between these two quarters...
Facebook Q1 Profits Down, Revenues Down, Operating Income Down
Verizon sold 2.7 million iPhones last quarter, share slips to 45% of smartphones

Microsoft announces Q3 2012 earnings: $17.41 billion in revenue, $6.37 billion income

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Microsoft has announced its earnings for the third quarter of its fiscal year this afternoon, and it's reporting some record numbers: a six percent increase year-over-year to $17.41 billion in revenue and a 12 percent increase to $6.37 billion in operating income. Developing...Microsoft announces Q3 2012 earnings: $17.41 billion...
Microsoft announces Q3 2012 earnings: $17.41 billion in revenue, $6.37 billion income
Verizon posts $5.7 billion Q2 profit on $28.6 billion in sales, smartphone penetration hits 50%

DeNA shares rally 8.4% as company forecasts rebound in virtual currency revenue

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Mobage operator DeNA said its net sales increased 16 percent year-over-year in its third quarter, rising to 34.2 billion yen ($448 million). While sales rose, net income declined by 25 percent over last year’s results, dropping from 8.1 billion yen ($106 million) to 6.08 billion yen ($79.2 million). Despite the decline...
DeNA shares rally 8.4% as company forecasts rebound in virtual currency revenue

Adobe Revenue Up To $1.05B, Profits Down

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Adobe’s earnings for the first quarter of 2011 were a mixed bag. The company met earnings expectations and revenue increased, but net income continued to fall. Adobe reported revenue of $1.05 billion, up from $1.03 billion during the same period last year, as well as earnings per share (on a...
Adobe Revenue Up To $1.05B, Profits Down

Wait, Wasn't Everyone Just Saying Groupon Was A "Ponzi Scheme"? (GRPN)

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Yes, they were. And, boy, were they confident about it. And, boy, did they think anyone who said otherwise was a moron. But wait, what's this? Groupon just earned a profit? Groupon had $40 million of operating income? Groupon had $70 million of free cash flow? Groupon has $1.2 billion...
Wait, Wasn't Everyone Just Saying Groupon Was A "Ponzi Scheme"? (GRPN)
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