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Apple Q4 earnings report issued, Cook sounds off on Surface

Apple Q4 earnings report issued, Cook sounds off on Surface

Apple has issued its earnings report for quarter 4 of its fiscal year, and things are looking pretty solid heading into the holiday shopping season. The company reported a revenue of a whopping $36 billion, which is a pretty significant boost over the $28.3 billion in revenue Apple made in the same quarter last year. The company's net profit came in at $8.2 billion, which is again up year-over-year from $6.6 billion.

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Amazon posts Q3 2012 earnings, reports $28 million operating loss

Amazon posts Q3 2012 earnings, reports $28 million operating loss

Amazon announced their earnings for the third quarter of 2012 today, and while they beat the expectations they set for themselves last quarter, they ended up with an operating loss of $28 million. However, the company's net sales reached $13.81 billion dollars, which is a whopping 27% higher than last year.

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Zynga reports Q3 2012 earnings

Zynga reports Q3 2012 earnings

Hot on the heels of the mysterious and sudden layoffs of 150 employees at Zynga's multiple studios comes the company's Q3 2012 earnings report, and while it doesn't look too good for the once-booming social game studio, it's not as bad expected. The company earned a revenue of $317 million, but the net income dipped into the negatives, losing $52 million during the third quarter.

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Netflix posts up Q3 2012 earnings

Netflix posts up Q3 2012 earnings

As the third quarter of 2012 comes to a close, companies have been announcing their Q3 2012 earnings for the past several days, and today Netflix posted up their earnings for all eyes to see. The streaming company boasted a growth of two million more subscribers during Q3, and earned $8 million in net income.

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Facebook announces Q3 2012 earnings

Facebook announces Q3 2012 earnings

Facebook just announced its earnings for this year's third quarter, and it seems they were right on track with analysts' expectations. The company earned a revenue of $1.26 billion and adjusted earnings of $0.12 per share. Analysts had Facebook at estimations of $1.23 billion and $0.11 a share, which was right on par.

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AMD announces layoffs after disappointing Q3 results

AMD announces layoffs after disappointing Q3 results

AMD delivered its financial results for Q3 2012 today, and it's safe to say that things could have gone a lot better. GAAP revenue came in $1.27 billion, which is a 10% decline from the last quarter and a significant 25% decrease from the same time last year. AMD also posted a GAAP operating loss of $131 million, and a net loss of $157 million, which equates to a loss per share of $0.21.

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Microsoft Q1 earnings report swings Windows 8 in like a lamb

Microsoft Q1 earnings report swings Windows 8 in like a lamb

With the dawn of Windows 8 coming in this next quarter, it's time for Microsoft to brace itself for a big change - or what they hope will be a big change after a rather modest financial report here in their Q1 report for 2012. This report has them coming in at $16.01 billion in revenue, which is good, with $5.31 billion in profit, which is certainly OK, but not spectacular for the beast of a company. This update has them coming up over their Q4 report just one quarter ago, but compared to last year at this time, the big M isn't doing nearly so well.

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Google Q3 2012 earnings outed early in massive printing blunder

Google Q3 2012 earnings outed early in massive printing blunder

In what very well may be the worst move Google's printing company PR Donnelley has ever made, they've filed the company's draft 8K earnings statement without authorization - because of this situation, Google's stock fell several points and they were forced to end trading for the day to avoid catastrophe. Releasing an earnings report, even a favorable one, is never something a company wants to do during the middle of a day in which stocks are able to be traded. Google's PR company here doing such a thing means that they're in for a world of hurt, to put it lightly.

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Intel Q3 profits fall 14% with PC demand on the drop

Intel Q3 profits fall 14% with PC demand on the drop

With Windows 8 on the horizon and the school season just beginning, it would appear that Intel's profits this most recent quarter are not doing as well as they had the quarter before it. Today's Q3 earnings report showed Intel to have a third-quarter profit fall of 14% while they noted operating expenses as being on the climb and personal computer sales declining. The quarter reported today showed Intel with revenue of $13.6 billion, this number having a range of error plus or minus $500 million.

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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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iPhone 5 sales set to exceed 10 million this quarter

iPhone 5 sales set to exceed 10 million this quarter

With Apple finally announcing that next Wednesday, September 12th, will be the day we all see the brand new iPhone 5 all those market watchers and predictions are ramping up. After Apple made their announcement this morning researchers have already started predicting Apple's sales this quarter could go way beyond previous predictions with the arrival of the iPhone 5.

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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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