Earnings

 

  • Bring On The Blogging Robots

    Bring On The Blogging Robots

    Earlier today TechCrunch reported that the Associated Press (AP) will employ robots to produce some of its earnings coverage. Given how much I enjoy covering every semi-semi annual earnings season, I’m downright excited about the development. Read More

  • The AP Is Using Robots To Write Earnings Reports

    The AP Is Using Robots To Write Earnings Reports

    The Associated Press is going to start using “automation technology” (otherwise known as robots) to deliver stories recapping the quarterly earnings reports of thousands of companies starting in July. According to a post on the AP official blog, this will allow the AP to cover the earnings reports of approximately 4,400 companies each quarter, as opposed to their usual volume… Read More

  • Why Twitter Spiked 5% Today

    Why Twitter Spiked 5% Today

    Shares of technology stocks were mostly flat to middling today, with the rocketing GoPro IPO standing out. Twitter, however, a company still down heavily from its earlier post-IPO highs, advanced 5 percent. Why? Positive external forecasts. Evercore Group indicated that it thinks Twitter’s domestic user growth could best its first quarter tally, reassuring skittish investors worried that… Read More

  • Adobe Picks Up 464K Creative Cloud Subscribers In Q2, Ends With 2.3M

    Adobe Picks Up 464K Creative Cloud Subscribers In Q2, Ends With 2.3M

    After the bell today, Adobe announced its fiscal second-quarter financial performance, including $1.07 billion in revenue, $0.17 per share in earnings using GAAP metrics, and $0.37 per share without. The company’s shares are up sharply in after-hours trading, spiking more than 9 percent. Critical to the company’s quarter are the 464,000 new Creative Cloud subscriptions it picked… Read More

  • HP Shares Dip As FQ2 ’14 Revenue Disappoints

    HP Shares Dip As FQ2 ’14 Revenue Disappoints

    Today HP’s earnings slipped out earlier than expected, with the company reporting a second quarter revenue tally of $27.3 billion, and earnings per share (non-GAAP) or $0.88. The market had expected the company to report higher revenue of $27.41 billion. Following the disappointment, HP shares fell several points before resurrecting to a decline of just over 2%. That decline in share… Read More

  • Weibo Drops 5% After Reporting In-Line Q1 Revenues Of $67.5M, Better-Than-Expected $0.03 Loss Per Share

    Weibo Drops 5% After Reporting In-Line Q1 Revenues Of $67.5M, Better-Than-Expected $0.03 Loss Per Share

    This afternoon Weibo reported the financial results of its first quarter, including revenue of $67.5 and non-GAAP earnings per share of -$0.03. The market had expected the company to lose 5 cents per share on revenue of $67.45 million. The company, up more than 6 percent in regular trading, has fallen around 5 percent in after-hours trading. Read More

  • Salesforce Beats In Its FQ1 With Revenue Of $1.23B, Up 37%

    Salesforce Beats In Its FQ1 With Revenue Of $1.23B, Up 37%

    In the first quarter of its fiscal 2015, Salesforce turned in earnings that beat expectations. Revenue for the period totaled $1.23 billion, of which $1.15 billion came from “subscription and support,” and $79 million from “professional services.” Total revenue was up 37% compared to the year-ago period. Read More

  • Tesla Slips Despite Beating Estimates In Q1 With Non-GAAP Revenue Of $713M

    Tesla Slips Despite Beating Estimates In Q1 With Non-GAAP Revenue Of $713M

    It’s not a good day to be a public technology company. Today despite beating non-GAAP revenue and non-GAAP profit expectations, Tesla is down around 5 perecent in after-hours trading. The company reported $713 million in non-GAAP revenue and non-GAAP earnings per share of $0.12. Both figures were ahead of the street’s expectations of $699 in non-GAAP revenue, and $0.10 in… Read More

  • Tech Stocks Crumble As The Market Demands What They Can’t Deliver

    Tech Stocks Crumble As The Market Demands What They Can’t Deliver

    It’s a nasty day for technology companies in the public markets, as aging giants like AOL are falling right alongside upstarts with larger market caps like Twitter and Groupon that are popping negative. Forget your IPO window. This is nasty. Keep in mind that venture capital behaves like an amped version of the NASDAQ, and when the latter falls apart, it closes the liquidity cycle… Read More

  • Alibaba Dominates Mobile Commerce In China, With 76% Of All Sales And 136M MAUs

    Alibaba Dominates Mobile Commerce In China, With 76% Of All Sales And 136M MAUs

    Mobile is mentioned a grand total of 254 times in Alibaba’s IPO filing out today — underscoring the influence that phones and tablets have on Alibaba’s business today and will have in the future. While companies like Amazon, eBay, Groupon and Square are all targeting the mobile commerce opportunity, for Alibaba is already a powerhouse through services like its Taobao… Read More

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