Apple's fiscal second-quarter earnings blew past Wall Street's estimates sending shares roughly 8% higher in after-hours trading.
Apple shares jumped after the tech giant posted fiscal second-quarter earnings that beat Wall Street estimates.
Apple is set to report fiscal second-quarter earnings after the close. So naturally, investors want to know what Wall Street's most important bank, Goldman Sachs thinks, right?
As is now the case with Apple, guidance is the key, given the company has changed its reporting methodology in the past few quarters, as it becomes a more mature tech company, and is no longer the hyper-growth company it was just a few years ago.
Estimize, the site known for changing the way earnings estimates are handed out, is going in a brand new direction: economic data.
On the day of Apple earnings, Apple is still trying to sell you iPhones, and it's doing so in a new, creative way.
Ahead of earnings on Wednesday, Facebook is getting a boost, as one analyst believes the company's earnings power is being severely unappreciated by Wall Street.
Following its $3.1 billion acquisition of Nest, Google has just put the Nest Thermostat in the Google Play store.
Netflix surged after the company reported first-quarter results and announced a price hike for new customers, noting existing customers will keep their current pricing "for a generous time period." Will consumers keep the service?
Netflix reported first-quarter results and announced a price hike for new customers, noting existing customers will keep their current pricing "for a generous time period." Will new customers shun the streaming service?