Finance

AT&T Q4 posts $32.6bn in revenue, still loses $3.9 billion

Just like many others this past week the folks from AT&T are holding their earnings and financial results calls today. As usual we are following along for anything interesting, while also watching Apple's stock, and today AT&T posted some decent numbers although they still raked in a net loss. According to the report AT&T posted $32.6 billion in revenue for Q4 of 2012.

Simple Android app teased for “early” next year

Simple is a new take on banking. One that is aimed at those looking to replace their bank. And for those who have been turned off by Simple in the past because it was available only for those rocking an iOS device, you may be happy to learn that Android support is coming.

Google reports sky-high revenues for Q2 2012

Google has issued its financial report for the second quarter of the year, ending June 30, and boy is it a doozy. This is the first quarter that Motorola's finances are included with Google's, but the internet giant says that on its own, it enjoyed a 27% increase in revenues year-over-year. When everything is tallied up, Google's consolidated revenue came in at a whopping $12.21 billion, which was a 35% increase from the second quarter of 2011.

Qualcomm Q3 report shows strong year-over-year gains

Qualcomm has released its financial results for Q3 2012, and even though the company is showing some losses from the last quarter, things are looking pretty great for Qualcomm year-over-year. Take, for instance, total revenue, which was down 6% from last quarter but made a 28% increase from the same time last year, coming it at a pretty solid $4.63 billion. We see something similar happening with Qualcomm's operating income, which sits at $1.38 billion for the quarter - that's a 9% decrease from last quarter but a 24% increase year-over-year.

Google posts $10.6 billion in revenue for Q1 2012

Ready for the most exciting news of the day? Well, this isn't it, unless you're just getting off your shift on the NYSE. Google's posted its quarterly results for the first quarter of the year, and while generally rosy, they're nothing to write home about. In total, Google took in 10,645,000,000 dollars in January, February and March, up 24% from the same time frame last year but gaining only one percent since the last quarter. Compare that to the difference between Q3 and Q4 off 2011, when Google increased its income by about 8%.

HTC posts somber 2011 results, low predictions for 2012

The last half of 2011 wasn't kind to top-tier smartphone manufacturer HTC. After predicting a flat final quarter and negative growth for the first part of 2012, the company failed to meet even those lowered expectations. Now they've published their 2011 financial results in full, and to say the least, it doesn't look good. Year-over-year, the company dropped 2.5% in revenue even while making and selling more devices, with a negative growth of 52.55%. As one of the "Big Three" Android OEMs, this is disturbing news for HTC while Samsung continues to extend its lead worldwide.

Google announces third quarter financial results, revenues of 10 billion, more

The Google 2011 quarter 3 earnings call is currently under way as we speak. You can follow along at the YouTube Webcast and they've posted the full financial results for Q3 and the year in general. Google, you are some rich dudes. Sifting through the notes just released today it appears things are still moving along just fine for Google. Revenues from Q3 2010 to now has increased 33% year over year, and this quarter alone they've brought in around 10 billion in revenue. Sounds nice right?
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