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T-Mobile has positive Q4 2014, CEO says they’re bigger than Sprint

T-Mobile has positive Q4 2014, CEO says they’re bigger than Sprint

T-Mobile’s Uncarrier approach might be welcome for consumers, but on a corporate level — it’s hit and miss. Quarterly earnings calls from T-Mobile typically result in customer gains, but overall net loss where it counts. In reporting their Q4 2014 results, T-Mobile gave us all reason to once again believe Uncarrier will work, as they’ve announced $101 million net profit. Taking into account their last overly positive quarter, Q2 2014, T-Mobile is in the black for 2014 to the tune of $247 million.

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Twitter beats revenue estimates on stalled user growth

Twitter beats revenue estimates on stalled user growth

Today, Twitter posted their fourth quarter earnings, and have quite a bit to be proud of. With 4479 million in revenue and a $79 Non-GAAP profit, the microblogging social network has nothing to be ashamed of. Versus this time last year, Twitter’s quarterly revenue is up 97%. Still, everyone is down on Twitter, notably because they didn’t grow as expected. With just over 4 million new users in their fourth quarter, Twitter’s quarterly growth was only 1.4%, which is causing some concern on Wall Street.

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Sony’s impressive earnings still sour for mobile division

Sony’s impressive earnings still sour for mobile division

Sony’s latest earnings report wasn’t bad news, as you might have expected. In fact, it was their best earnings announcement in quite some time, even with the crippling hack, which cost them $15 million. Across the board, Sony was up, and shipped more Xperia smartphones than they ever have, and moved a lot of PlayStation 4s. Sony also experienced growth in sales of sensors. Still, Sony is primed to lay off several thousand by the end the financial year, which closes in March.

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Lenovo’s Q3 2014 saw revenue jump, PC market domination

Lenovo’s Q3 2014 saw revenue jump, PC market domination

Lenovo has posted its Q3 2014 earnings, and in it we see some good news tempered by a few hiccups. Revenue for the quarter ending on December 31 saw a 31-percent year-on-year increase, hitting $14.1 billion. Pre-tax income (when accounting for expenses) was down 15-percent versus the same quarter last year, however, at $274 million, and Q3's net income saw a 5-percent year-on-year decrease at $253 million. The company managed to hit a new milestone in PC market share, and credits PCs with 65-percent of its revenue.

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Google Glass team needed to “reset their strategy” says CFO

Google Glass team needed to “reset their strategy” says CFO

Google's Chief Financial Officer Patrick Pichette spoke up this afternoon during the company's Q4 2014 earnings call about Glass. Briefly mentioning Glass as an example of a project that needed to "take a pause", Pichette continued by suggesting that Google sometimes does have to "take the tough calls." He didn't say the company would be closing shop on Google Glass, but he got just about as close to saying such a thing as he could without the media making the call - and they still just might.

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Google blames growth stall on Nexus 6 supply

Google blames growth stall on Nexus 6 supply

During Google's Q4 2014 earnings call this afternoon, the company's Chief Financial Officer Patrick Pichette spoke about the many ups and downs of the past three months. In explaining the downs of this past quarter, Pichette spoke of two points in particular. One was the Exchange Rate between the United States and international consumers. The other reason Pichette gave for Google not hitting goals they'd set for themselves was the less-than-stellar supply they had with the Nexus 6. Pichette also mentioned Google Glass, as it were, as an example of what Google does when a project doesn't work.

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Google Q4 2014 show increased earnings, but falls short of expectations

Google Q4 2014 show increased earnings, but falls short of expectations

Google has just announced their Q4 2014 earnings, boasting $18.1 billion in revenue, up 15% form the same quarter last year. The company also had net income of $4.76 billion, up 40% from a year ago. $3.38 billion in profits happened in Q4 2014 as well. Still, those impressive earnings fell short of expectations, where analysts picked Google to hit $18.4 billion in revenue and earnings per share of $7.11. Google’s earnings per share ended at $6.88 in Q4 2014.

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Samsung’s Q4 earnings report shows company down but not out

Samsung’s Q4 earnings report shows company down but not out

Many companies have dropped their latest earnings report today, and included among them is Samsung. The Korean company saw profits of 5.35 trillion won/$4.9 billion in its fourth quarter (ending December 31), an unfortunate decrease from the previous year of 27-percent. The results aren't all that surprising given the company's struggles in the recent past, but there was a glimmer of light through it all: the quarter's revenue was on the upswing with an 11-percent quarter-on-quarter increase to 52.73 trillion won.

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Facebook Q4 2014 earnings give company its first $10 billion year

Facebook Q4 2014 earnings give company its first $10 billion year

Facebook once again outpaces analyst expectations with their earnings. In Q4 2014, the social giant had revenue of $3.55 billion, ahead of the 43.77 billion Wall Street estimated. Their earnings per share were $0.54, outpacing the estimated $0.48/share. On the year, Facebook earned $12.5 billion, making 2014 their first $10 billion year. In 2013, Facebook brought in $7.9 billion. their earnings for 2014 are nearly double what they brought in for 2012. Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg said “we got a lot done in 2014.”

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Apple sold 74.5 million iPhones in Q1 2015 — their best quarter ever

Apple sold 74.5 million iPhones in Q1 2015 — their best quarter ever

What did you expect from Apple? Analysts were hopeful Apple would have a very good quarter to start their fiscal 2015, but Apple did them one better. After reporting $18 billion in profit, their stock is ticking upward at a steady clip. How Apple got to these impressive figures isn’t mysterious — it’s hardware sales, advertising, and wetting their beak in sales of apps. With regard to hardware, Apple moved an astonishing 74.5 million iPhone during Q1 2015, which is the most they’ve ever sold in one quarter.

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