Apple announced its earnings today for its third fiscal quarter of 2017, which adds up to $45.4 billion in revenue, a 7% increase from the same quarter last year. 54.7% of it was from iPhone sales.
Netflix handily beat analysts' expectations of 3.2 million subscribers, adding 5.2 million new customers in the second quarter of 2017. The company's stock is up more than 10% in after-hours trading.
Samsung expects to post record profits of $12.1 billion for Q2 and may surpass Apple for the first time ever, with Cupertino expected to post a profit of $10.49 billion for the same quarter.
Alphabet, Google's parent company, has released its Q1 2017 earnings report. It posted a net income of $5.42 billion on revenues of $24.75 billion, a 22% increase YoY, but lower than last quarter.
Coinciding with the results of its parent company, SoftBank, ARM Holdings has posted its first post-acquisition quarterly results with strong performance partially supported by a fall in the pound.
Google's parent company Alphabet reported its latest quarterly earnings today. The firm reported $26.064 billion in revenue, with $25.802 billion coming from Google. Net income was $6.593 billion.
With the cancelation of the Samsung Galaxy Note7, the company has revised its Q3 2016 earnings forecast with share prices falling by almost 10% in two days - and a loss of $20 billion in market value.
Despite the "exploding" Galaxy Note7 fiasco and worldwide recall, Samsung still expects to make a lot of money in Q3 2016, beating the same quarter last year by 5.5% in consolidated operating profits.
Nintendo has just published its latest financial report and it's bad news for the popular company. It posted a loss as sales of its Wii U and 3DS consoles crashed as compared to last year.
Apple's latest financial results paint a bleak picture for its device sales, which all fell year-over-year, along with a 27% drop in net income to $7.8 billion - but its Services business grew by 19%.
HTC says it lost $148 million last quarter - its fourth quarterly loss in a row - but even more troubling is the massive collapse in its revenue, which plummeted by 64% year-over-year.
Facebook posted its earnings for the first financial quarter of 2016, and the company blew past all the analysts' expectations. It saw startling growth in mobile ad revenue and users.
Sony has posted a profit of $1.3 billion for the entire 2015 fiscal year, which ended March 31st. The company's PlayStation 4 console sales surged to 17.7 million units, surpassing expectations.
Apple's latest quarterly results are in: revenue is down 13% year-over-year, net income down 23%, iPhone sales down 16%, iPad sales down 19%, and Mac sales down 12%. But its cash pot is up to $233bn.
Microsoft's Q3 2016 earnings were disappointing according to investors and the company's stock has taken a quick dive. However, its future outlook is considered stable and encouraging.
Google's parent company, Alphabet, announced its latest financial results today. The firm brought in revenue of $20.26 billion; however, Google is responsible for 99% of that total, or $20.09 billion.
Despite reporting seemingly positive earnings results for the last quarter of 2015, LinkedIn shares fell off a cliff with investors worried about the company's future earnings.
As HTC published its latest financial results, revealing its third consecutive quarterly loss, its chief financial officer admitted that its high-end devices did not live up to expectations last year.
Today Microsoft has posted its latest financial report. This is for the second quarter of the company's 2016 financial year and it covers Microsoft's holiday sales and its Windows 10 marketing push.
Despite reporting record earnings and profits, Apple's Mac sales dropped by 4% year-on-year, while iPad sales plummeted by 25%. iPhone sales growth stalled too, and Apple predicts a fall next quarter.
On Apple's quarterly earnings call Thursday, they reported that they had earned $1.96 per share, beating Wall St expectations of $1.88 per share driven mostly by strong growth in China.
A result of Microsoft's strong showing since he took over, Microsoft's CEO Satya Nadella has been granted a total of over $18.3 million in cash and stock options.
Microsoft released its earnings and the company reported a loss because of the write-down of the Nokia assets. Their quarter was not as strong as the previous year even excluding the write down.
Apple's Q3 earnings this year showed incredible growth, with iPhone sales still going strong, $11 billion in profits and the company's cash reserve hitting, for the first time ever, $200 billion.
Microsoft has released its fourth quarter earnings for the end of its fiscal year (June 30th) and the company took a 2.1 billion dollar loss because of the Nokia asset write-down.
Microsoft has released the their Q3 earnings today with revenues for the quarter ended March 31, 2015 grew to $21.7 billion; Gross margin, operating income at $14.6 billion, $6.6 billion .
Microsoft has released its earnings for the most recent quarter which ended December 31st and is the second quarter for the company with revenue of $26.5 billion, $7.8 billion of operating income.
Microsoft posted strong quarterly earnings yesterday and following that announcement, analysts are becoming bullish on Microsoft and recommending that you buy their stock.
Microsoft is in transition to become a devices and services company, and things aren't looking too bad as Surface could soon be a billion dollar business for the company in the near future.
Microsoft has announced its earnings for the period ending September 30th and the company brought in 23.2 billion in revenue and 5.48 billion of operating income.
Samsung is seeing its dominance over the smartphone market being challenged. As such profits are being squeezed and recent declines seem to be a trend rather than occasional market flukes.
Microsoft has announced that for its fourth quarter of 2014, the second calendar quarter of the year, they brought in $23.38 billion in revenue and 6.48 billion in net income.
Later today Apple and Microsoft, will announce their quarterly earnings and all eyes will be on Nadella and Cook to see if they were able to boost the bottom line for the quarter ending June 30, 2014.
Wall Street Journal has published a new report which suggests that Nokia might have sold more than 8 million Lumia smartphones based on Windows Phone 8 in the period between June to September
Dell has posted its quarterly earnings report and while its yearly revenue is pretty much flat the company has seen a 72% decline in profits. Dell is also trying to go back to being private company.
Netflix has released its quarterly report and it seems the video streaming company has had a great quarter with profits and revenue seeing a substantial increase. However, investors are still nervous.
HTC's latest quarterly report brings some good news for investors as the company is once again profitable. Unfortunately next quarter's outlook is bleak with sales expected to fall.
Samsung and Apple go head to head via their latest earnings reports and the Korean company is winning. It has reportedly sold nearly twice as many devices as Apple and its profits soared.
Adobe has been found to take a 10% cut from iOS apps made in it's Director 12 software, above Apple's 30% cut.
AMD has announced it will cut its workforce by 15 percent, citing a decline in sales of its PC processors. The company says the layoffs will create a one time charge of $80 million.