Adobe Systems Inc., the maker of Photoshop and Adobe Reader, said Tuesday that its fiscal third-quarter earnings tumbled 59 percent, but it added subscribers to its Creative Cloud service.
Excluding one-time items and lease accounting, Tesla Motors Inc. said it had a profit of 20 cents per share. The one-time items included a $16 million charge associated with the payoff of a $465 million loan from the U.S. Department of Energy. Tesla paid off the loan in May, nine years earlier than it was due.
LinkedIn’s second-quarter net income rose 33 percent as the online professional networking service’s membership growth accelerated.
Facebook’s stock is soaring after the world’s biggest social network posted higher revenue from mobile ads and delivered a healthy second-quarter profit that reverses a loss a year ago.
Netflix’s revival of the comedy series “Arrested Development” didn’t reel in as many subscribers to the Internet video service as Wall Street had hoped, turning a solid second-quarter earnings report into a reality check.
Google’s financial performance faltered in the second quarter as a downturn in the Internet search leader’s ad prices deepened.
Grocery store chain Safeway Inc. said its profit fell in the second quarter on one-time costs partly related to a deal to sell its Canadian operations.
Intel Corp., the world’s largest maker of chips for PCs, put a brave face on the decline of the global PC sales earlier this year, saying it expected its own sales to grow. On Wednesday, it backtracked, saying sales will be flat.
Yahoo’s second-quarter results aren’t giving Marissa Mayer a lot to celebrate as she completes her first year running the Internet company.
Oracle is still having trouble closing enough business software deals to keep Wall Street happy. The quarterly results announced Thursday could escalate investors’ fears about Oracle’s ability to adapt to the changing demands of its customers.