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McDonald's U.S. Sales Rise for First Time in Two Years

The fast-food company's latest quarterly results suggest its turnaround efforts are bearing fruit.

Reuters

Lululemon Disappoints Wall Street, But Shows Signs of Recovery

A tumultuous two years gives ways to signs new products, strategy are working for the yoga-clothes icon.

Laura Entis

Facebook's Quarterly Profit Slips as Costs Soar

Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg said the huge increase in expenses was for 'growth we need now and in the future.'

Reuters

What's Behind Yelp's Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Week

The company reported a loss, a co-founder left and the stock nose-dived.

Daniel Roberts

Twitter: What Went Wrong

Twitter shows that you might have a great product and platform, but you still need to manage it right.

Steve Tobak

Twitter's User Growth Slows to a Crawl

'This is unacceptable and we're not happy about it,' said Twitter's interim CEO and co-founder Jack Dorsey.

Reuters

Amazon Reports Unexpected Profit

The ecommerce company's revenue rises about 20 percent as North America sales grow.

Reuters

McDonald's Turnaround Plan Hasn't Led to Positive Earnings Yet

The fast-food giant has a ways to go until it's the 'modern, progressive burger company' of its dreams.

Kate Taylor

Yahoo Fails to Soothe Investors' Fears About the Company's Future

The company boosted revenue slightly, but lost money due to traffic costs. And it failed to provide any outlook for its massive Alibaba spinoff.

Mathew Ingram

Microsoft Posts Record Loss as It Writes Down Nokia

Also, demand fell for its Windows operating system.

Reuters

Analysts Are as Upbeat as Ever on Apple. Investors? Well, Not So Much.

More than $65 billion was knocked off the company's market value in initial reaction to the company's quarterly results on Tuesday.

Reuters

BlackBerry Shares Climb as Revenue Slide Slows

It appears that the Canadian tech company's turnaround is beginning to slowly gain traction.

Reuters