Facebook earnings blew past Wall Street estimates, as the social network continues to be a mobile advertising giant.
Sprint teams with Google to start offering Google Apps for Business, as the company continues to focus on the changes in the work place and cater to the mobile worker.
Though Facebook advertising business is growing like weeds, the company's less talked about Open Computer Project is proving to be a boon to shareholders as well, though for different reasons.
The big takeaway from Apple's earnings isn't the iPhone number, or how weak the iPad is, it was how strong the gross margins are.
Yahoo! is turning to its Tumblr platform as it seeks to boost engagement for Yahoo! Finance, allowing investors such as Carl Icahn and more to publish expert generated content.
Apple reports fiscal third-quarter earnings after the close. While investors will be paying attention to the results, any hint on the next product cycle will likely garner more attention.
Microsoft investors will be looking less to the company's earnings and more towards how CEO Satya Nadella plans to keep Microsoft relevant in the future.
Apple shares have surged since it reported fiscal second-quarter earnings, and investors will be looking to see whether the iPhone units continue to be strong ahead of a refresh.
IBM shares slump as the company's service backlog continued to slip, despite reporting better-than-expected second-quarter results.
Google's results demonstrate that even though cost-per-click continues to weaken year over year, the company's bundling efforts appear to be paying off even if they're taking longer than expected.