Earnings

  • A Few Thoughts On Tech Stocks

    A Few Thoughts On Tech Stocks

    Shares in technology companies have recently come under intense pressure, similar to other equities, markets, commodities and more. How far tech shops have declined, however, is worth digging into. After all, if the value of public tech companies has declined sharply, it could impact the value of private startups like Uber or Dropbox. Read More

  • RIP Summer

    RIP Summer

     After a multi-year bull cycle that raised the prices of domestic equities to levels that made value-focused investors squirm, the U.S. markets are suffering from a stiff correction, dropping in partial step with international shares and other assets. It’s a global cold, and everyone is sneezing. Apple opened dramatically lower this morning, mirroring broad index declines. Twitter… Read More

  • Twitter Collapses To Record Lows, Tests IPO Price As Tech Stocks Slump En Masse

    Twitter Collapses To Record Lows, Tests IPO Price As Tech Stocks Slump En Masse

    In the post-IPO market, Twitter is sucking air. At least it isn’t alone. Alibaba also set a record low today. After repeated quarterly reports detailing slowing, anemic user growth, shares in Twitter today reached a new nadir: the firm’s IPO price. Twitter went public at $26 per share. It skyrocketed from that dollar point, eventually managing a $39.93 billion market… Read More

  • Lenovo Is Laying Off 3,200 Staff After A Poor Quarter Of Business

    Lenovo, the world’s largest PC maker and fifth largest smartphone firm, is laying off 3,200 employees as it bids to return to healthier finances following a disappointing last quarter. Read More

  • Yahoo Sags 4% After Alibaba’s Q2 Earnings Disappointment

    Yahoo Sags 4% After Alibaba’s Q2 Earnings Disappointment

    After Alibaba reported lower-than-expected financial performance in its second quarter, shares of Internet portal and mobile shop Yahoo fell around four percent in regular trading. Alibaba’s own equity slipped a slightly higher percentage, giving up nearly five percent in the same period. Read More

  • Cisco Pops 2.5% After Reporting Better-Than-Expected FQ4 Revenue Of $12.84B

    Cisco Pops 2.5% After Reporting Better-Than-Expected FQ4 Revenue Of $12.84B

    After the bell, Cisco reported its fiscal fourth quarter financial performance, which beat market expectations. The company detailed revenue of $12.84 billion in its fiscal period, resulting in earnings per share of $0.59, using adjusted accounting techniques (non-GAAP). On a GAAP, or normal accounting basis, Cisco earned a slimmer $0.45 per share on net income of $2.3 billion during… Read More

  • Rackspace Pops 5% After Reporting Lackluster Q2 Results Buttressed By The Promise Of Share Buybacks

    Rackspace Pops 5% After Reporting Lackluster Q2 Results Buttressed By The Promise Of Share Buybacks

    Following the bell today, Rackspace reported its second-quarter financial performance. The company mostly missed street expectations, with lower-than-expected revenue, and earnings-per-share that just met expectations. Shares in the hosting company are up just under 6 percent in after-hours trading. Read More

  • CrunchWeek: Earnings Beatdown, Twitter’s Palace Intrigue And VR Goes Full Weird

    Hello friends and welcome back to another episode of CrunchWeek, TechCrunch’s recurring roundup of the biggest tech stories of the week. This week our humble band delved into recent earnings by Etsy and Fitbit, Twitter’s share price declines, hints about the social company’s next CEO, and, of course, that VR thing you might have heard of. Read More

  • A Look Back At Earnings

    A Look Back At Earnings

    Tired of earnings and financials and share price changes and non-GAAP operating margins and future cash positions? Too bad. It’s earnings season in the markets, and that means that the tech companies we can spell and have heard of are collectively spilling their guts about their recent performance. For some firms, this means recurring record highs. And for others, recurring record lows. Read More

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