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Google Q4 2013 earnings show increase in revenue

Google has posted the Q4 2013 earnings and while there was an increase in revenue, the company did manage to fall short in terms of expectations. Despite missing analyst expectations, Larry Page, CEO of Google noted how they "ended 2013 with another great quarter of momentum and growth." To that point, standalone revenue was up 22 percent year-on-year.

Samsung earnings see a slight dip in Q4 2013

The Korean manufacturer might be making headlines when it comes to technology, but Samsung's quarterly earnings paint a slightly different picture. It saw its operating profits fall slightly by 6 percent to 8.3 trillion won or $7.73 billion, partly blamed to rather unimpressive smartphone sales during the period.

Verizon announces earnings and subscriber numbers for Q4 2013

Verizon announced their earnings for Q4 2013 earlier today, and things are as expected. In the face of an Uncarrier onslaught, Verizon kept it’s growth trajectory alive and kicking, adding 1.7 million customers last quarter. That means about 103 million of us now use Verizon, making them the largest domestic carrier by a noticeable margin.

Huawei announces unaudited 2013 earnings

If you want an idea of just how attractive China is to OEMs, look no further than Huawei. The company, which is almost wholly focussed on the Chinese market, announced their unaudited earnings for 2013 yesterday. Profits are way up, and their growth goals are right on target. This from a company that has withdrawn from the most lucrative market for consumer devices, and instead looks to an emerging China for answers.
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