All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘q1 2012’

T-Mobile First Quarter 2012 Earnings Report Is Here

T-Mobile just announced their first quarter 2012 results and the highlight is a strong adjusted OBIDA increase at 7.2% year-over-year to $1.3 billion. OBIDA margins increased 3 percentage points. They added 187,000 customers in this quarter as opposed to almost 100,000 lost at the same time the year before. Service revenues declined to $4.4 billion, down 4% from the same …

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LinkedIn Q1 2012 Financial Results Shred Analyst Expectations [UPDATED]

LinkedIn released its financial results its Q1 2012 results this afternoon and things are looking good for the premier network for professionals. The company’s financial weather vane looks to be pointing north, which was encouraging to LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner. “LinkedIn’s solid performance in the first quarter built on the company’s momentum in 2011,” Weiner said. “We saw strength across …

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Amazon.Com Q1 2012 Financial Report

Yesterday Amazon.com released their first quarter financial results for 2012, and all seems to be going well. Net sales have increase by 34% to almost $13.2 billion as compared to the same period in 2011 ($9.9 billion). Operating cash flow is up 1% to $3.05 billion compared with $3.3 billion from the same time last year. Unfortunately free cash flow …

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Alibaba.Com Q1 2012 Profits: $53.8 Million

Alibaba.com reports $53.8 million profits this quarter, but also shows that growth has slowed as they invest in stronger partnerships and more refined user experiences. As a small business e-commerce company they have remained focused on enhancing buyer and seller experiences, and aim to increase the quality of the marketplace. Jonathan Lu, CEO and Executive Director of Alibaba.com explains: “In …

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Yahoo/Bing’s Q1 2012 Financial Reports

It’s been three years since Bing started powering all searches through Yahoo! and the fruits of that partnership are beginning to ripen with success. While the two have yet to really rake away much of Google’s claim of the search market, the two companies still claimed acquired the highest market share of their partnership. In a release from IgnitionOne, Yahoo!/Bing …

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