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.
Google earnings will continue to be dependent on cost-per-click (CPC), and whether advertisers begin to understand the benefits of advertising on mobile devices sooner rather than later.
Though there's optimism surrounding the deal IBM made with Apple earlier this month, second-quarter earnings will continue show that the company has a lot of work to do.
Zillow announced on Wednesday that it has acquired Retsly, a Vancouver-based software maker that crunches real estate data from multiple listing services (MLS).
Apple's historic deal with IBM puts both companies at the forefront of enterprise budgets, but also crimps the moves BlackBerry and Microsoft have made in recent years.
Intel shares soar after the world's largest chipmaker blows past its pre-announced second-quarter results and the company announces plans to buy back $20 billion in stock.
IBM announced it signed an exclusive deal with Apple to bring a new class of business apps-bringing IBM's big data and analytics capabilities to the iPhone and iPad.
For Yahoo! investors, second-quarter earnings may wind up sounding like a broken record: The core business is stable, but not growing much, if at all, and it's all about Alibaba.