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Shares of networking equipment maker Brocade helped drag the Nasdaq down Friday.
News of two newly-public tech firms bucking earnings estimates kicks off Friday morning's tech story roundup.
Motorola Mobility posted solid earnings for the second quarter, in-line shipments of smartphones and weak guidance.
Motorola Mobility, which is expected to post a modest profit in its second-quarter report after the bell, isn't likely to see the huge gains until next quarter.
IBM announced the newest winner for its SmartCamp competition, which sought to highlight hot, data analytics technology.
The CEO of Intuit talked to TheStreet about earnings and the renewed enthusiasm for young technology companies.
Business and Kinect sales helped lift Microsoft past earnings estimates for its fiscal third-quarter report.
Microsoft investors will likely see a familiar pattern after the firm's third-quarter earnings surface -- solid numbers, then a dropping stock price.
American Airlines posted a narrower-than-expected loss for the first quarter.
Google posts better-than-expected first-quarter revenues and a 17% profit increase, but investors are booing its EPS miss.