Data storage firm Seagate has released preliminary financial results for the fourth quarter of 2016, and while the stronger than expected forecast will be welcomed by the company, there's some bad news for its employees.
Tesla Motors on Wednesday reported first quarter non-GAAP revenues of $1.6 billion which meant a loss of $75 million for the electric automaker, or $0.57 per share. The Q1 GAAP revenues were $1.15 billion with a net loss of $282 million, or $2.13 per share.
Amazon on Thursday surprised everyone with impressive revenues and profit that sent shares climbing in after-hours trading.
Samsung appears to have made all the right moves with regard to its Galaxy S7 series of smartphones as the South Korean technology giant reported first quarter results that topped Wall Street estimates.
Apple may have fallen on hard times this week but over at Facebook, the sky’s the limit. The social networking giant on Wednesday reported first quarter revenues of $5.38 billion which represents a 52 percent increase compared to the $3.54…
Apple on Tuesday announced financial results for its fiscal 2016 second quarter and for the first time in 13 years, it posted a year-over-year decline in revenues.
Netflix in January revealed it had expanded its reach into 130 new countries. As a result, the streaming video provider on Monday said it added a record 6.74 million new subscribers during the first quarter of 2016 which brings its…
Grand Theft Auto V parent publisher Take-Two Interactive recently held its quarterly financial call, where it revealed that the fifth game in the GTA series has cemented its position as one the best-selling video games of all time by passing…
Twitter on Tuesday turned in another disappointing earnings report that sent shares plummeting in after-hours trading.
Apple on Tuesday posted its fiscal fourth quarter results. For the period ending September 26, 2015, the Cupertino-based company reported revenue of $51.5 billion with a net profit of $11.1 billion, or $1.96 per diluted share. Gross margin for the quarter was 39.9 percent.
Alphabet, the multinational conglomerate under which Google and its many smaller ventures now reside, reported impressive third quarter financial results that beat analysts’ expectations.
Netflix’s third quarter earnings report, which hit the wire just after trading ceased on Wednesday, sent the company’s stock into an after-hours tailspin despite solid numbers across the board.