BlackBerry's third quarter revenue came in well below expectations and CEO John Chen said the focus will now turn to growth. A lot is riding on BES 12.
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Red Hat's CFO boasted the software company has achieved sequential revenue growth every quarter for the last 51 straight quarters.
In response, Oracle shares immediately rallied by 3.6 percent initially in after-hours trading.
Ahead of publishing its third quarter earnings report in October, Riverbed had looked poised as a potential buy for the likes of Cisco, Citrix or privately held Blue Coat Systems.
China claimed more than half of the world's technology initial public offerings during the third quarter of 2014, according to new research by PricewaterhouseCoopers.
Singapore telco reports a 19.3 percent growth in net profit to S$1.04 billion (US$805.85 million) on revenue totaling S$4.31 billion for the second quarter, but sees losses in digital life group on new investments.
For the year to date, Nvidia has produced $3.43 billion in revenue for the first three quarters, up 15 percent from a year earlier.
Qualcomm also lamented problems it is facing in China concerning its 3G/4G LTE rollout as well as an investigation into its business practices.
Symantec's revenue and earnings were both down from the same quarter last year, and the outlook for the next three months looks a bit soft.
Acquia has experienced a revenue growth for the 22nd consecutive quarter, driven by the demand the company is receiving from global brands for its open-source web content management platform.
National Australia Bank has seen a decline in its cash earnings for the 2014 full year to September 30, 2014, but the bank remains confident that its technology strategy will help drive success.
Wall Street was expecting earnings of 57 cents per share with revenue of $491.01 million.
Wall Street was expecting earnings of at least $2.03 per share with revenue of $3.89 billion.
It wasn't all singing and dancing at AT&T on Wednesday, after the company reported less-than-expected earnings for its fiscal third-quarter.
The iPod has been relegated to the non-material "other" revenue bucket for Apple starting next quarter. But its DNA lives on in the iPhone, iOS and App Store.
Apple's fourth-quarter earnings blew Wall Street's expectations away. After the second-half release of products and services, Apple executives explain a few things.
In technology there's no such thing as too big too fail. There may be some serious cases of too big to succeed. IBM's third quarter results show how the company needs to run faster to keep up with changes in IT.
The chipmaker announced on Thursday at its fiscal third-quarter earnings its restructuring plan, which will lead to a 7 percent drop in global headcount.
Deferred revenue was $58.1 million. Signed customers in the quarter rose 28 percent from a year ago to 890.
As for the outlook, Intel projected revenue of $14.7 billion, give or take $500 million with gross margins of about 64 percent. Wall Street was expecting fourth quarter revenue of $14.5 billion.
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