Hewlett-Packard’s slump is deepening as the world’s largest personal computer maker scrambles to meet the growing demand for more versatile and less expensive mobile devices.
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.
LinkedIn said Thursday that its first-quarter net income grew more than fourfold as revenue increased sharply, but its outlook is below Wall Street’s expectations.
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.
Chevron said its net income fell 5 percent in the first quarter as oil prices slipped.
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.