PC is strong and stable
The world's largest PC maker, Lenovo has returned to profit in a year when its PC shipments fell at a slower rate than everyone else.
Will fire more workers and not those who got it in this mess
Cisco has widely missed what industry experts were expecting for its revenue and rather than sacking senior managers who have been leading the company down the toilet, it has decided to sack 1,100 more workers.
Makes more cash than expected
Fitbit surprised the cocaine nose jobs of Wall Street by reporting a quarterly revenue above its own forecast.
Margins still a little low
AMD reported an 18.3 percent jump in quarterly revenue but the chipmaker's second quarter gross margins forecast raised some concerns.
But Intel fails in data centre sales
Intel reported better first quarter earnings and sales thanks mostly to its push into more memory products and areas such as self-driving automobiles.
Who wants chips these days?
Texas Instruments results have got the cocaine nose jobs of Wall Street to take another look at their confident predictions for Intel.
On home appliances and tellies, not the phones
LG Electronics said its first-quarter operating profit rose to its highest in nearly eight years on strong sales of home appliances and televisions, with revenue likely to increase in the current quarter.
Results tomorrow will be interesting
While investors are expecting Intel to release some rather dull results tomorrow, Susquehanna Financial Group’s Christopher Rolland thinks things will be pretty good.
Core profit drops
The expensive esoteric software outfit which makes management software which no one is really sure quite what it does, but the CEO thinks they need it, reported slightly lower-than-expected first-quarter core profit.