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IBM fourth-quarter earnings came in higher than expected, as the software and services giant was aided by continued strength in its cloud, mobile, analytics and social initiatives.
Netflix has taken a hit in recent months, but with all eyes on both domestic and international subscription numbers, the company's weak guidance may have been a blessing in disguise.
Intel's first quarter guidance was below estimates, but fourth quarter results beat earnings expectations by a wide margin, thanks to strong results from its Data Center Group.
Intel has benefited from a resurgent PC market, and the future for world's largest chipmaker seems brighter than it's been in a while.
BlackBerry may not be dead after all, and it may be Apple's biggest competitor -- Samsung -- that wants it. And with good reason.
Though IBM has largely gotten out of the hardware business in recent years, the company announced the z13 Mainframe, the first computer system built for today's mobile economy.
Google had a difficult 2014 but investors may be missing its next big opportunity in plain sight -- Google Play.
Tesla Motors shares plunged in after-hours trading as CEO Elon Musk said that China sales have declined significantly.
DoubleLine Capital's Jeffrey Gundlach is having his first conference call of the year to discuss the economy, the markets and his outlook for where bonds go in 2015.
The expected announcement of GM's all-electric vehicle, the Bolt, will only help Tesla's cause not hurt it as electric vehicles gain mass adoption and consumer acceptance.