I’m Still Here: Stock Soars as Groupon Shows Stronger-Than-Expected Q1 Revenue

On the other hand, I could use a nice cup of hot growth.

Hall Pass: Yahoo Meets Lackluster Expectations in Third Quarter, As Investors Focus on Mayer’s Plans for What’s Next

Investors turn their lonely eyes to Marissa’s plan for revival.

Can Yahoo’s Busy New Board All Row in One Direction?

It’s like being in a boy band, but less pretty.

How Long Can IBM Keep Going Like This?

IBM reports quarterlies after the close of markets today. Bernstein Research’s Toni Sacconaghi says it should beat the Street, but expectations for its revenue growth should come down.

Dell Sales Fall Short, but Profit and Guidance Look Positive

Dell’s net income in the fourth quarter beat the consensus of analysts considerably, and it said it expects sales to grow as much as 9 percent in its fiscal 2012.

Has Cisco Escaped the Air Pockets?

Cisco Systems hit unexpected “air pockets” last quarter, but today we’ll see how well the networking giant is navigating the turbulence.

Will Yahoo Earnings Later Today Show Revenue Growth (Or More of the Same)?

Yahoo will report its fourth-quarter earnings later today, and BoomTown will be covering them all the way from Hong Kong (the miracle of the Internet!). At a conference call with analysts after the earnings release, expect Yahoo CEO Carol Bartz to get questions on increased competition to its display advertising business from Facebook and Google, declining usage of its sites, as well as what she will do about continued product drift and talent drain.


RealNetworks Q3 Revs Miss; Profits Beat On Large Tax Refund

RealNetworks this afternoon reported Q3 revenue of $86.4 million, down three percent sequentially, off 38 percent year-over-year, and below the Street consensus at $88 million. But the company posted a profit for the quarter of $24.5 million or 18 cents a share largely due to a $33.9 million tax benefit, including a $30 million refund from the IRS.

Netflix Says Streaming-Only Subscriptions Could Come This Year, More International Expansion in 2011

Q3 earnings and revenue numbers were in line, but the company posted strong subscriber numbers and guidance. For those of you who don’t care about the stock: You may be able to get a disc-free subscription to the video service by the end of 2010.

Apple Beats Earnings Estimates, but Low on Guidance, iPad Sales

First hit from Apple earnings: EPS of $4.64 and revenues of $20.34 billion. The consensus was $4.05 and $18.8 billion. The Street won’t like guidance, though: Apple is predicting Q1 EPS of $4.80, below the $5.04 analysts were looking for. They will also sputter a bit on this number: Apple sold 4.19 million iPads, and the consensus was 4.7 million. The good news: Apple sold a lot of iPhones–14.1 million.

Amazon Profit Surges

Another Tough Quarter for Nokia

RIM Stumbles

Yahoo’s Bradford Bails

CNET Boss Joe Gillespie Has Left the Building

Intel Beats Bust? Big Time