CEO John Chen's efforts are having a positive effect: the ailing BlackBerry reports better than expected revenue and earnings for its fiscal first quarter.
HP's fourth quarter earnings were better than expected, but the company remains a cost cutting story as most units and product lines saw revenue declines.
The blue-hued network has dropped £30 off the price of Samsung's phone -- but is that better than rival networks?
Automotive News reports on the views of various experts that the cost of electric cars will rapidly decrease.
Revenue was essentially flat, but earnings per share were up sharply on payments from Microsoft related to the search deal and reduced costs ordered by CEO Carol Bartz a year ago.
Automotive News interviews Alan Mulally about Ford's recent profits and future plans.
The China-based PC maker more than doubles its fiscal second-quarter profit to $53 million, despite a decline in sales.
Network equipment maker announces major reorganization, with cost cuts and layoffs in plan to slash operating expenses by 500 million euros by end of 2011.
Graphics chip supplier to buy underwater stock options and trim costs throughout the company amid big decline in revenue.
When Google reports financial results Thursday, the company could give some indication about how much it's saving through cost-cutting measures.