The world's second-biggest TV maker by market share has a strong second quarter, with $504 million in profit.
Increasing numbers of us are willing to shell out $10 per month for the streaming music service that's expanding into video, too.
The largest e-retailer usually reports slim profit as it invests in its next new thing. This time was different.
The world's largest social network might not look like Google, but its grand ambitions make the companies more similar than you'd think. Now CEO Mark Zuckerberg may be consolidating power through a new stock scheme.
Samsung was hoping for a greater boost from the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, its current flagship smartphones.
The Swedish streaming service is reported to be considering an IPO, but may have to bring down payments to the music industry to become profitable.
Apple must register itself as an official representative in the country, or the government will put a halt to iPhone sales.
Netflix finally began charging its longtime members an extra dollar every month, and the bill increase -- as well as the confusion about it -- caused its weakest subscriber growth in three years.
The same day CEO Marissa Mayer announces unremarkable earnings, the next -- and possibly final -- round of bids reportedly comes in. That means the end of Yahoo, as we know it.
The electronics giant expects 17 percent increase in operating profit as strong sales of Galaxy S7 rejuvenate flagging mobile unit.