The telecommunications provider saw revenue rise nearly 6 percent on strong customer growth in the wireless business.
Analysts are mixed on how much the recession will hurt Google's financial results. Decreasing profitability could slow innovation, but the company is cutting expenses.
Google's search-ad business benefited from more searches and by showing ads more often. Now: let's keep those employees happy.
Streaming, texting, and Twittering the inauguration, while earnings bring mixed bag. Also: Security concerns.
The search and advertising giant fares better than analysts expected, and it announces a program to give employees more valuable stock options.
The troubled phone maker says it is taking steps to trim employee and executive compensation and benefits, ranging from no 401(k) match to a salary freeze in 2009.
Intel Xeon processors dominate the semiannual top 500 list overall.
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John Sidgmore has been promising a fresh start and a bright future for the telecom giant ever since he stepped in as chief exec nearly two months ago. That job just got a lot harder.
The company's scramble to restate almost $4 billion in accounting errors is the most dramatic failing in an industry that has been collapsing into financial chaos.