In Satya Nadella's first full quarter as CEO, Microsoft posts an 18 percent revenue gain. But earnings per share get dinged by costs related to the acquisition of Nokia's handset business.
Company's first-quarter profit blew past Wall Street's expectations, due in part to FIFA titles. But it's delaying two highly-anticipated games to ensure success.
Search giant announces better-than-expected sales, but it underdelivers on profit. Also, Chief Business Officer Nikesh Arora is departing.
The professional network, now with 300 million members, gives Wall Street almost everything it wants this quarter. Next quarter is a different story.
Sales more than doubled as Twitter posted better-than-expected earnings. But the stock falls as Wall Street frets about the pace of user engagement.
The electronics maker surprised analysts with a better-than-anticipated quarter, sending shares up sharply in after-hours trading.
The PC business didn't suck nearly as bad as feared, and Hewlett-Packard's first quarter benefits. The company sees strong enterprise demand for PCs as Windows XP systems are tossed.
Even with some glossy new properties, the Sunnyvale, Calif.-based tech giant sees a 6 percent decline in display revenue compared with the same quarter last year.
Electronics giant expects to record an 18 percent drop in operating profit due to a softer smartphone market and increased competition from Apple.
Today in the tech marketplace: Twitter got the glory, and Groupon fell apart. But Nvidia was there too.