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Briefly: Apple in Fortune 500, Japanese bond sale raises $2B

06/05, 12:47pm

Apple maintains fifth-place position on list of US companies by revenue

Fortune has released its annual list of top US companies, and Apple is again situated at number five on the list, following the same four companies it did last year: Walmart at the top of the list, followed by Exxon Mobil, Chevron, and financial firm Berkshire Hathaway. The listing, which prizes raw revenue over most other factors, noted however that Apple had the highest profits and market share value of any other company on the list.

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Report: Apple improves revenue for devs over Android in 2015

04/17, 6:30pm

Android gains 70 percent of downloads, iOS gains 70 percent of revenue

A new report by analytics firm App Annie has revealed that Apple and Google, as the progenitors of iOS and Android respectively, are locked in a roughly stalemated battle when it comes to revenues from apps versus app downloads. Google's Android enjoys the majority of app downloads, as it has for some time -- but continues to be unable to catch Apple in terms of being able to reward developers for their work. In a set of charts from the analytics firm, Apple's revenue from app sales is about 70 percent higher than Google Play, while Google's downloads outpaced Apple's by 70 percent.

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RIAA: Streaming music revenue now topping CD sales in US

03/19, 3:30pm

Downloads still king of market, but falling alongside overall music revenue

A new report from the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) finds that revenue from music streaming services such as Beats Music, Pandora, and Spotify have now in total beaten out revenue from CD sales in the US, capitalizing on the latter's continued fall from grace (largely thanks to excessively high CD pricing). Both formats are still well behind download sales as the top revenue stream, but even that format is gently declining.

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AAPL sets new record high daily close

02/04, 10:01pm

Company now closing in on $700 billion in value

Apple's stock closed on Wednesday at a new all-time high, closing at $119.56 for the day, breaking the record set on November 26 when it closed at $119 even. The company, now valued at $696.41 billion -- more than a third more than the next most valuable publicly-traded company -- recently reported the best all-time quarterly revenue and profit of any company ever. The latest peak comes after a spike a week ago, following the results of the quarter.

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Apple's Q1 certified as best quarter for any company ever

01/28, 9:24pm

Apple holds five of the top 10 best quarters ever reported

In addition to being the best quarter in the company's history, Apple's Q1 results also blew away quarterly revenue and profit figures for any company ever, according to credit rating analysts Standard & Poor's. Even more remarkably, CFO Luca Maestri noted repeatedly that fluctuations in major currencies (such as the Russian ruble and the unusually-strong US dollar) actually cost the company a potential five percent -- or $3.73 billion -- in additional revenue.

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Facebook reaches $3.2B in revenue for Q3 2014, 864M daily users

10/28, 5:41pm

Company beats projections, monthly users up only 2.2 percent from last quarter

Facebook released its third quarter results for the 2014 fiscal year, announcing that $3.2 billion in revenue was pulled in for the period ending September 30. The company beat Wall Street projections of an earnings per share (EPS) of $0.40 on $3.12 billion in revenue. While Facebook beat the EPS on diluted non-GAAP figures by three cents, the company posted only a $0.30 EPS under GAAP.

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Revenue hits $7.35B for T-Mobile in Q3, adds 2.3 million customers

10/28, 12:00am

Best revenue performance in seven reporting periods, user growth strong

T-Mobile's growth continues according to their third quarter figures for the 2014 fiscal year. In the financial results released late Monday night, T-Mobile said it pulled in $7.35 billion in revenue for the reported period. Consumer growth hit 2.34 million, the second highest number of additions to the carrier in the last seven reporting periods.

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Twitter beats estimates with third quarter results, user growth slows

10/27, 10:50pm

Posts $175 million net loss, average monthly active users increase by 13 million

Twitter posted its third quarter results for fiscal year 2014, posting $361.2 million in revenue. Revenue was up compared to the same quarter in 2013, with quarter-on-quarter results improving by approximately $49 million. The company beat out analyst projections of $351.35 million, but posted lower than the $0.01 earnings per share (EPS) expected with a loss of $0.29 EPS.

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AT&T reveals third quarter earnings, falls short of estimates

10/22, 8:11pm

Carrier pulls $33 billion in revenue, added over 2 million mobile, broadband customers

AT&T's quarterly results fell short of industry projections when the company announced $32.9 billion in revenue for the third quarter of 2014. The resulting earnings per share (EPS) was $0.63, missing the projected $0.64 EPS on $33.25 billion in revenue. While the company may have missed projections, it announced that it picked up more than two million mobile and broadband customers.

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Yahoo beats projections, previous year with $1.15B in revenue

10/21, 8:17pm

Sale of Alababa Group shares generate $6.3 billion, mobile now material

Yahoo released its third quarter financial results for 2014, stating that it pulled in approximately $1.15 billion in revenue to beat estimates. Analysts estimated that Yahoo would produce $1.04 billion in revenue, with an earnings per share of $0.30. While the revenue is good news for the company, it's due in large part to the $6.3 billion net of tax the company generated from the sale of shares of the Alibaba Group.

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AMD posts $1.43B revenue in third quarter, cut 7 percent of workforce

10/17, 12:00am

Net revenues positive for the first time in 2014, reduced workforce will save $9M

AMD missed analyst estimates for the third quarter of 2014 according to the results released by the company on Thursday. Thomson Reuters had estimated that the computer processor and graphics card manufacturer would see $0.04 earnings per share on $1.47 billion in revenue for the quarter. Posted financial results show that AMD saw only $1.43 billion in revenue and $0.02 earnings per share.

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Intel hits $14.6B quarterly revenue on the back of record chip demand

10/14, 10:25pm

Revenue up 8 percent over the previous year, mobile division records $1B loss

The rebound of the PC market is benefiting Intel, according to its third quarter results for this fiscal year. In the quarterly report, Intel says that it hit $14.6 billion in revenue for the quarter, an increase of $1.1 billion year-over-year. For the first time in a quarter, Intel shipped over a 100 million microprocessors - a new record for the company. However, not all of the financial news is good, as the mobile and communications group realized a loss of more than $1 billion in the same period.

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Samsung reports 15 percent revenue drop from previous quarter

07/31, 12:00am

Revenues down from previous year, quarter, second half of year 'will remain a challenge'

Results for Samsung's second quarter of the 2014 fiscal year were posted today, showing declining revenues for the third straight quarter. Samsung warned investors at the beginning of the month that it expected a drop of 24 percent from 2013, missing projections in the area of $1 billion. The second quarter, which ended June 30, saw net income of only $6.1 billion (6.25 trillion won).

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Facebook hits $2.9 billion in second quarter revenues, up 61 percent

07/23, 5:40pm

Revenues beat industry projections and earnings per share, user counts increase

Facebook released its quarterly earnings for the second quarter of 2014, showing a large increase year-over-year. Revenues topped out at $2.9 billion, a staggering $1.1 billion, or 61 percent, increase from 2013. The revenue jump is due largely to advertising revenue and an increase in daily and monthly active users.

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Microsoft hits $23.4 billion revenue in Q4, earnings share decreasing

07/22, 5:38pm

Expected profits fall shy of expectations, Nokia deal responsible for $0.08 EPS hit

Microsoft released its quarterly revenue figures for the end of the 2014 fiscal year, revealing that the company pulled in $23.38 billion in revenues for the fourth quarter. While the revenue numbers beat the expectations of $23 billion, earnings per share (EPS) missed the mark at $0.55 per share. Experts polled by Thomson Reuters expected the software company to hit $0.60 EPS based on the $23 billion in revenues.

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Yahoo reports second quarter 2014 results, fails to hit 2013 revenues

07/16, 7:49pm

Company is 'not satisfied,' with results, declining display ad revenue to blame

Yahoo posted its second quarter 2014 results yesterday, indicating shrinking revenues from the same quarter in the previous year. The quarter, which ended on March 31, saw a decline in revenue due to disappointing results from display ad revenue. CEO Marissa Mayer realizes that there is still work to do in some areas, as the company looks toward a "unified approach" to advertising.

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Wall Street: Apple to report zero y-o-y revenue growth in fiscal Q3

07/10, 8:39pm

Analysts apparently taking Apple guidance more seriously now

Reports are surfacing that Apple may release a disappointing quarterly earnings report for investors on July 23. The consensus from 35 Wall Street pundits polled exactly matches the revenue from the year-ago quarter at $35.02 billion -- meaning zero revenue growth for the quarter, which is traditionally Apple's slowest. Apple itself said it would earn between $33.5 billion and $35.5 billion for the quarter, which ended on June 30.

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Samsung reports record-setting $5.9 billion quarterly profit

07/26, 9:39pm

Manufacturer optimistic of third quarter successes

Samsung, the world's top technology manufacturer by revenue, reported a record 6.72 trillion won ($5.9 billion) quarterly profit, up 79 percent from the same time last year. Revenue was boosted by $3.65 billion solely from its smartphone sales, as predicted by analysts and Samsung itself. The company reports television sales up from last year, primarily from 3D and LED models. Memory chip and processor sales fell slightly from the same period last year.

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Ex-Apple iAd exec new Foursquare revenue chief

05/18, 4:28pm

Steven Rosenblatt joins Foursquare in new position

Location tracking and check-in service Foursquare has hired its first Revenue Chief. Ex-Apple iAd executive Steven Rosenblatt has been hired to fill the newly created position. Foursquare's former head of business development, Tristan Walker, filled the role of revenue chief before leaving early this month.

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