Shares of Amazon rose after the company posted first-quarter results that were better than expected.
For now, Apple has its mojo back. Its stock mojo, anyway. What's the cause of it? The iPhone, of course.
Amazon reports first-quarter earnings tonight after the close and investors will be looking forward to hear if the weather impacted the company's results, as it did with other retailers and e-commerce partner UPS, or if Amazon remained immune to Mother Nature.
A day after posting extraordinary first-quarter results, Facebook announced it's acquiring Move, a fitness app with millions of users.
Zynga shares surged after the social game maker posted revenue that was better-than-forecast, and co-founder Marc Pincus announced he was leaving the company, allowing CEO Don Mattrick to take over the San Francisco-based company entirely.
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.