Gap raised its earnings per share outlook for the year on Thursday, after its summer lineup helped boost second-quarter results and advanced its turnaround push.
Cisco announced it would lay off some 4,000 workers beginning in the first quarter of 2014.
Zynga narrowed its second-quarter losses as the troubled company laid off workers and trimmed other expenses to help offset its difficulty coming up with compelling games to play on smartphones and tablet computers.
Visa Inc. says it returned to a profit in its fiscal third quarter, aided by strong revenue growth as transactions increased.
Apple’s latest quarterly report confirms the iPhone maker’s growth has stalled along with its pace of innovation.
EBay’s revenue increased in the second quarter as its PayPal business and namesake online marketplace continued to grow. But net income fell amid higher expenses and its outlook for the current quarter was shy of Wall Street’s expectations.
Cisco says its net income rose 14 percent in the latest quarter, and says it is seeing “some good signs” in the U.S. and other markets.
Facebook says its net income and revenue grew in the first quarter of the year, helped by an increase in mobile ad revenue.
Visa Inc. says its net income slipped nearly 2 percent in the first three months of this year from a year earlier, when the company benefited from an adjustment to its income tax provision.
Lower than expected revenue growth disappointed investor and shares fell sharply Thursday.