How much is Clash of Clans worth? To you and I, likely what we spent in-app for builders’ huts and more gems. For the company behind the popular game, the answer is about $790 million. That’s their revenue jump from 2012 to
Yelp’s announced their quarterly earnings this week, and it showed both customer and earnings growth. The overall health of the company sent their stocks up 6% after the announcement. A recent acquisition helped the growth, but
Amazon released their earnings for Q4 2013 today, and it seems as though their hard work over the holiday season paid off. Net sales were $25.59 billion, up 20% over Q4 2012. Operating income was also up 26% to $510 million, and
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
Qualcomm released their Q1 2014 earnings recently, and the results are mixed. Though they’re still in the black when it comes to overall health, they did miss projections just a bit. Their revenue for Q1 2014 was just shy of
LG has just released its last financial report for 2013, covering both the final quarter and the full-year earnings. While LG's financial status has been positive overall, it was still marred by some bad news on all fronts.
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
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.
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
HTC continues their slide in Q4 2013, as they reported a loss once again. This time, there is hope for the ailing handset maker. With the sale of their stake in Beats, HTC is back top posting positive numbers. Aside from turning