earnings

  • Earnings Review: Groupon Spikes, Pandora Mixed and Twitter’s Flat User Growth

    It’s over! (Nearly.) This week was the last set of big earnings reports, barring a few happening early March — Square and Box, to be exact. It was a wild week, to be sure. Groupon (surprise!) beat expectations, sending the stock soaring. Pandora was reportedly in buyout talks, and had a mixed quarter, giving the company a bouncy ride during the day. And then there’s Twitter. Read More

  • Microsoft Beats On Strong Cloud Revenue With $25.7B Revenue, $0.78 EPS

    Microsoft Beats On Strong Cloud Revenue With $25.7B Revenue, $0.78 EPS

    Microsoft today reported earnings for its second financial quarter of 2016 (I know, that’s weird, but Microsoft’s financial year ends in June). The company reported non-GAAP revenue of $25.7 billion for the last quarter and $0.78 of adjusted per-share profit. Wall Street expected Microsoft to deliver an EPS of $0.71 on revenue of $25.26 billion. In the year-ago quarter, the… Read More

  • Samsung Issues Fourth-Quarter Results, Expects Earnings To Slow This Year

    Samsung Issues Fourth-Quarter Results, Expects Earnings To Slow This Year

    Samsung Electronics warned investors today in its fourth-quarter earnings report that its next two quarters will be weakened by economic issues and a softer IT market. The Galaxy smartphone maker said it expects profits to remain flat during the first six months of 2016, but hopes for a recovery in the second half of the year. Read More

  • Foreign Exchange Weighs On Apple’s Q1 Sales To The Tune Of $5B

    Foreign Exchange Weighs On Apple’s Q1 Sales To The Tune Of $5B

    Apple today reported another record set of results, beating expectations with an all-time high profit of $18.4 billion and revenues of $75.9 billion, with some $216 billion in cash now on its balance sheet. But it could have made even more were it not for the strength of the dollar compared to other currencies. The iPhone maker said that in constant currency, Q1 2016 revenue “would… Read More

  • Apple TV And Apple Watch (Probably) Had A Big Quarter

    Apple posted its quarterly earnings after the bell on Tuesday, showcasing record profits of $18.4 billion. While the release made it easy to determine that 74.8 million iPhones were sold, in line with analyst estimates, Apple’s “other” category makes it difficult to assess how many Apple Watches and TVs were purchased. Read More

  • Apple Beats Earnings Expectations, But Misses On iPhone Sales

    Apple Beats Earnings Expectations, But Misses On iPhone Sales

    It was a hugely important quarter for Apple, and it looks like it came about in line with what investors were expecting — including, potentially, the company’s first sales decline going into the second quarter. Apple said it recorded $75.9 billion in revenue and earnings of $3.28 per share in the first quarter. That represents a record quarter for Apple on revenue, but slightly… Read More

  • Overstock.com Down 6% On 3rd-Quarter Earnings

    Overstock.com Down 6% On 3rd-Quarter Earnings

    Overstock.com reported third quarter earnings after the bell Monday. The Utah-based discount e-tailer reported a quarterly loss of 8 cents per share or $2.1 million, down from $1.6 million in profit last year. Overstock brought in $391.2 million in revenue, an 11% increase year-over-year, but beneath the Yahoo Finance analyst estimate of $401.6 million. A 9% increase in total orders coupled with… Read More

  • Tableau Software Soars 17% On 3Q Earnings

    Tableau Software Soars 17% On 3Q Earnings

    Data provider Tableau Software reported third quarter earnings after the bell on Thursday, posting an adjusted earnings per share of 14 cents, blowing past analyst expectations of 7 cents. Shares ticked up 17 percent in after-hours trading. Revenue grew to $170.8 million, up 64 percent year over year on strong international growth. Analysts surveyed by Yahoo Finance were expecting just… Read More

  • New Relic Beats In Its FQ2 With Revenue Of $42.9M, And A Lower-Than-Expected Per-Share Loss Of $0.17

    New Relic Beats In Its FQ2 With Revenue Of $42.9M, And A Lower-Than-Expected Per-Share Loss Of $0.17

    Today following the bell, New Relic reported the results of the second quarter of its fiscal 2016, including an adjusted per-share loss of $0.17, off revenue of $42.9 million. The street had expected New Relic to lose an adjusted $0.22, on revenue of $41.20 million. The firm, down over a point in regular trading, is essentially unmoved in after-hours trading. Using normal accounting… Read More

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