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Amazon's Q4 and 2013 sales numbers were up annually, but they still didn't meet the high expectations set by analysts in accordance with the holiday season.
The open source software provider posted a solid third quarter report as revenue climbed 15 percent, year-over-year.
Analysts highlighted changes (and warned about negative impacts) surrounding Google's ad business -- notably the Cost-Per-Click (CPC) rates.
UPDATED: QuickBooks subscriber numbers up are up -- especially outside of the United States.
The short story is that earnings beat expectations while revenue missed the mark. Q2 guidance also hovered around analyst expectations.
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Shares drop in after hours trading as the open source software provider squeaked out solid earnings but missed the revenue target.
Wall Street was looking for NetApp to report fiscal third quarter earnings of 54 cents a share on revenue of $1.62 billion.
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Amazon, a bellweather of the online retail market, reported a holiday quarter profit that exceeded Wall Street's estimates but fell short in revenue, a surprise that sent shares tumbling in after-hours trading.For the fourth quarter, the company reported net income of $416 million, or 91 cents per share, an increase from the 85 cents reported for the same quarter a year earlier.
Netflix today reported strong earnings for its fourth quarter, well exceeding Wall Street's estimates despite falling short on revenue expectations. And a rosy outlook for 2011 sent shares soaring in after-hours trading.
Research in Motion's profit was up but sales disappointed Wall Street, sending shares down after the company announced first quarter earnings.
RIM's profit was up but sales disappointed Wall Street, sending shares down after the company announced first quarter earnings.
Google beats for Q4 but shares dip in the after-hours.
News that Dell beat Wall Street's expectations for its second quarter and is expecting "seasonal demand improvements" for the current quarter was sure to cause shares to rise when Dell posted its results after the close of the markets Thursday.But a premature release of some presentation materials related to the company's earnings announcement sparked a rally on Wall Street in the closing minutes, sending shares up nearly 7 percent for the day.
Shares of NetSuite, which reported first quarter results yesterday, is taking a beating on Wall Street today, with shares plummeting nearly 20 percent in regular trading, despite the "impressive" growth that the CEO referenced in his earnings statement.First quarter revenue was up 22 percent for the quarter but analysts today are downgrading the stock.
Research In Motion has reported strong fourth-quarter earnings that beat analyst expectations and sent shares soaring in after-hours trading
updated: Research in Motion reported strong fourth-quarter earnings that beat Wall Street's expectations and sent shares soaring in after hours trading. For the quarter ending Feb.
Updated: Wall Street is busy cutting its estimates for Google's fourth quarter amid multiple signs of a slowdown. However, analysts note that Google is a black box and the company could still prove to be recession resistant.
updated: In after-hours trading, shares of Google shot up more than 11 percent within 20 minutes after the company reported strong quarterly earnings. In regular trading, shares initially declined early in the day but rallied late in the day to close up more than 4 percent at $353.
Shares of Research In Motion got hammered to the tune of more than 27 percent to close the week - this despite a quarterly earnings report yesterday that included a 72 percent jump in profit from a year ago. That just goes to show that, especially in the quick-growth, suddenly-crowded smartphone business, you're only as good as your next quarter.
Shares of SanDisk are getting clobbered in after-hours trading, down more than 13 percent after the company reported a net loss of $68 million, or 30 cents per share, and a one percent drop in revenue for its second quarter. A surprised Wall Street had been expecting earnings of 13 cents per share.
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