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The electric car company's total revenue for the first quarter rose 83 percent over last quarter -- giving it adjusted earnings of 12 cents per share on revenue of $562 million.
Apple held on to the top spot for four years before finally giving way to Samsung and its handsets in the second quarter.
Shares are up almost 25 percent in trading Thursday morning after the company parked its first quarterly profit in its 10 year existence.
The iPhone maker got the bum's rush after its latest quarter, but its earnings outshone those of all other U.S. corporations.
Search-ad revenue driven by Google's browser helps the bottom line, the chief of Google's browser and online apps business says. With Chrome now on Android and iOS, he's expecting even more money.
A new survey suggest that SaaS companies can remain highly profitable, even in a down economy.
A report in BusinessWeek says that Twitter will have turned a profit in 2009 thanks to search deals from Google and Microsoft. Legit, or fuzzy math?
Video site posts two profitable quarters and raked in $100 million last year. But questions remain about Comcast's role, pay walls, and unhappy content partners.
The revenue and earnings of the World of Warcraft are up for the quarter, and the company raises its forecast for the rest of 2010.