Lower than expected revenue growth disappointed investor and shares fell sharply Thursday.
Google’s latest quarterly results provided further proof that the Internet search leader is figuring out how to make more money as Web surfers migrate from personal computers to mobile devices.
EBay grew its earnings and revenue in the first quarter thanks to growth in its PayPal business and its e-commerce sites. But revenue fell shy of Wall Street’s expectations, causing investors to send the company’s stock lower in after-hours trading.
Yahoo is making more money under CEO Marissa Mayer, even as the Internet company struggles to sell more of the ads that bring in most of its revenue.
Intel Corp., the world’s largest maker of chips for PCs, is sticking to its guns amid a drastic slowdown in computer sales.
Gap Inc. is reporting a 61 percent increase in profits for the fourth quarter, capping a strong year that saw the company’s turnaround take hold.
Grocery store operator Safeway’s net income jumped 13 percent in the fourth quarter helped by higher gift and prepaid card revenue and a legal settlement.
Cisco’s latest quarterly report is providing further evidence that spending on technology gear is picking up despite persisting concerns about a still-shaky economy.
The fourth-quarter report for online professional-networking service LinkedIn has added another line to its sterling resume as a public company.
Online game maker Zynga is reporting a smaller net loss and nearly flat revenue for the fourth quarter of 2012, a year in which its stock price shrank 75 percent.