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RIM Fiscal Q2 2013 brings on slightly less terrible results than last quarter

RIM Fiscal Q2 2013 brings on slightly less terrible results than last quarter

Compared to the earnings report in the quarter directly before this one, RIM is looking pretty good considering they've had a nat GAAP loss of $235 million USD on revenues of $2.9 billion. The quarter before this one we saw RIM with a net loss of $518 million on $2.8 billion in revenue - this is also the first time in the last three quarters that they've pushed their quarterly revenue upward instead of downward. This report comes after a particularly positive BlackBerry Jam session earlier this week which saw a boost in stock prices for the Canadian company.

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HP Q3 earnings cite restructuring for stifled income

HP Q3 earnings cite restructuring for stifled income

Quarterly Earnings for HP were reported today with Meg Whitman, the company's chief executive, noting that they're "still in the early stages of a multiyear turnaround." This comment in addition to assurances that HP was "making decent progress despite the headwinds" came amid news that Hewlett-Packard had a net quarterly losss of $8.9 billion dollars - aka $4.49 a share. The company has been in a rather tumultuous bit of a mix up over the past few years as major events in the mobile industry and computing have taken their toll across the whole of the manufacturer's hardware and software collection.

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Dell profits tumble by 18% in Q2, stock price dips

Dell profits tumble by 18% in Q2, stock price dips

Dell announced today that its profits in the second quarter of its fiscal year fell 18% from the year before, landing at $732 million and prompting an after hours stock price dip. At the time of this writing, Dell's stock is down by 4.28% to $11.81 after hours, with the stock finishing the regular trading day at $12.34, only a 1.75% decrease. The Wall Street Journal reports that Dell's sinking profits come from the computer manufacturer's struggles with a consumer base that is increasingly opting for mobile devices while they decide to wait on PC purchases.

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Groupon Q2 earnings bring mixed bag of news

Groupon Q2 earnings bring mixed bag of news

Today the folks at Groupon have let it be known that compared to last year, they're doing fabulously, with this financial second quarter for them bringing a net income of $28.4 million USD. Compared to last year at this time, that number is fabulous, with last year's result for this quarter being a net loss of $107.4 million. Revenue also went up 45 percent up $568.3 million, this falling slightly short of a survey by Thomson Reuters which had analysts aiming for $573 million.

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Take-Two Q1 financial results ‘below expectations’

Take-Two Q1 financial results ‘below expectations’

With company after company issuing excellent quarterly financial reports lately, it was only a matter of time before one of them reported less-than-stellar results. That company is Take-Two, which today reported GAAP losses of $110.8 million, ballooning from the reported loss of $8.6 million in the same quarter last year. Net revenue took a dive too, falling from Q1 2012's $334.4 million to $226.1 million for the period ended June 30.

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Capcom posts strong financial report for Q1 2012

Capcom posts strong financial report for Q1 2012

Capcom is looking pretty good at the end of its first quarter for the year, thanks in no small part to the success of Dragon's Dogma. We've known for a while that Dragon's Dogma has passed 1 million units shipped, but today Capcom reiterated that figure - along with the intention of turning Dragon's Dogma into a series - in its quarterly report. Total Dragon's Dogma shipments currently sit at 1.05 million, with the game doing particularly well in Japan.

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Facebook stock hits new low as Zuckerberg loses billions

Facebook stock hits new low as Zuckerberg loses billions

Facebook may have delivered a decent quarterly financial report yesterday, but that apparently did little to quell investor concerns about the company, which only went public earlier this year. Facebook's stock took another tumble today, falling $3.03 to $23.81. That 11.3% decrease in stock price led to Facebook's stock hitting a new all-time low, and it doesn't seem like the stock is going to recover anytime soon.

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Zynga posts $22.8 million loss in Q2 2012 report

Zynga posts $22.8 million loss in Q2 2012 report

Zynga's report for its second quarter has landed, and some things about it aren't looking too hot. The social games giant reported a loss of $22.8 million for the quarter, which is down from the $1.4 million the company made during the same quarter last year. Revenue, on the other hand, was up for the quarter, rising 19% year-over-year to $332 million, so the news isn't all that bad.

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