LinkedIn emerged from its recently completed IPO with another quarter of accelerating growth on its professional networking website.
PG&E Corp.’s earnings climbed 9 percent in the second quarter, as a revenue boost from two rate case settlements offset costs related to last year’s San Bruno gas pipeline explosion.
Chevron reported its profit jumped 43 percent in the second quarter as higher oil and gasoline prices made up for a decline in oil production.
Netflix Inc. is bracing for customer backlash that could result in its slowest subscriber growth in more than three years amid changes to its online video and DVD rental service that will raise prices by as much as 60 percent.
SAN JOSE (CBS/AP) – A new chip from Advanced Micro Devices Inc. combining general-purpose and graphics capabilities showed early signs of success as the company’s earnings for the latest quarter were slightly better than what […]
Intel Corp. said its results for the latest quarter were better than expected as it milked strong corporate demand for PCs and the need for new computer servers to handle Internet traffic on mobile devices.
EBay Inc.’s second-quarter results beat analyst expectations Tuesday with growth in its PayPal online payment service and marketplace business – although profit fell 31 percent on charges from its recent purchase of e-commerce retail site operator GSI Commerce.
Chevron reported first-quarter earnings rose 36 percent. The company received higher prices for the oil it produced, and also made more money from refining oil.
Intel’s earnings rose 29 percent as strong spending by businesses on new computers helped the company overcome a serious product design error and fallout from the deadly earthquake and tsunami inJapan. An extra week in the quarter also helped.
Yahoo first-quarter earnings turned out better than analysts expected as online display advertising sales picked up.