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Inktomi beats Street, Rambus hits mark

The search technology provider loses 24 cents per share, though revenues skyrocket, and Rambus keeps chugging along. But despite many companies reporting profits, the Dow and Nasdaq tumble.

The search technology provider loses 24 cents per share, though revenues skyrocket, and Rambus keeps chugging along. But despite many companies reporting profits, the Dow and Nasdaq tumble.

Inktomi beats Street despite loss
update The search and network cache technology provider loses 24 cents per share for the quarter, though revenues are up 343 percent.

Rambus hits expectations
The high-speed memory interface designer cautions investors to expect earnings to stay level for the next two or three quarters.

Zelda helps MIPS beat estimates
Sales of The Legend of Zelda and other games allows MIPS Technologies to beat analysts' earnings expectations for its second fiscal quarter.

Symantec squeaks by estimates
Buoyed by strong Internet and international sales, antivirus software maker Symantec reports a third-quarter income of $23.8 million.

Apple, AMD feel financial hangover
roundup Apple and AMD stock falls as some analysts, despite the companies' profits, see looming problems. The Dow also continues to tumble and the Nasdaq edges lower as it fails to get a boost from the usual Internet suspects.