It's been a tough year for the action cam maker, as the company reports a third-quarter loss of 60 cents a share on $241 million in revenue -- much worse than analyst expectations.
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Though the Japanese giant was able to stabilize losses in its phone unit, its revenue still plunged 40 percent.
The e-tailer's weaker earnings highlight the dilemma it faces with a capped $99 annual fee. But it's looking to boost subscriptions elsewhere.
We also talk about Apple's ho-hum earnings and upcoming Mac event.
The tech giant points to strong iPhone 7 sales as reason to be optimistic.
Once again, T-Mobile outstrips the rest of the industry in growth, adding more phone customers than the rest of the industry combined.
AT&T quietly releases its third-quarter results that show customers are leaving right after announcing its mega-merger deal with Time Warner.
The company loses phone customers as consumers eye cheaper options elsewhere.
The company adds 347,000 net new customers who pay at the end of the month, five times more than a year ago.
Pay no attention to that weakening subscriber growth! Netflix delivers giant profit and stops the bleeding in its membership rolls.
The struggling company will cease in-house work on hardware, handing that job over to partners. It now will focus on security and software.
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