As Zynga struggles to stay relevant among gamers, investors and the company's nearly 2,000 employees, the company is expanding into sports games, at the expense of its balance sheet.
Zynga's turnaround is taking longer than the company initially said it would, as the online games maker expands into sports and running games.
Facebook has grown to over 1.3 billion monthly active users, but the company has an enormous opportunity in China, a market it currently doesn't really exist in.
Shares of Zillow are down after the company posted quarterly results which were slightly worse than expected.
Groupon continues to see turmoil as it transitions its business model, and its outlook for the coming quarter reflects the uncertainty surrounding its future.
Zillow continues to experience strength in the online real estate market, as the company saw revenue rise 68% year over year to a record $78.7 million.
Groupon's second quarter will highlight how it is trying to remake itself from a daily deals Web site into an e-commerce company that can compete with the likes of Amazon.
Tesla Motors continues to surprise investors on its way to producing 500,000 cars annually by 2020.
Tesla results may show that there's healthy demand around the world for the Model S, but the electric carmaker's upcoming plans for its Gigafactory are where investors should be focused.
WWE's plans to get its transformational WWE Network to 1.4 million subscribers is going much slower than Wall Street expected, causing the company to cut 7% of its staff.