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Quoted: Twitter is not Facebook

"Unfortunately, the default position of the market is that Twitter will become the next Facebook which is why hopes and dreams get far ahead of what the reality can ever deliver." — Richard Windsor, analyst at Edison Investment Research, Read More →

Great expectations for Facebook earnings

Can Facebook follow last quarter's blockbuster earnings report with a strong showing when it reports results this afternoon? Expectations are high: Analysts surveyed by FactSet estimate profit of 40 cents a share on $3.12 billion in revenue. That compares with profit Read More →

Twitter earnings: Tweeps, ads and what’s next

How many new users are there in the Twittersphere? Inquiring minds want to know. Additional key things analysts and others will be watching this afternoon when Twitter reports its third-quarter results: Ad revenue. The outlook for the company's new products. Last Read More →

What’s new: Google Inbox, Twitter Fabric and Digits, Yahoo redesign

Google, Twitter and Yahoo have been busy, and they're doing it all for you, don't you know. • First, there's Inbox from Google, an invitation-only-for-now email-management service. It helps filter, sift through, highlight key points, etc. It can also Read More →

What to expect when you’re expecting Google earnings

Google is set to announce third-quarter earnings this afternoon, and the keywords are ads and spending. Analysts polled by FactSet estimate earnings of $6.54 a share on $16.6 billion in revenue, increases of 22 percent and 11.4 percent year over year. Last Read More →

What to watch: Netflix earnings

As it reports the ever-so-closely watched subscriber numbers during its third-quarter earnings release this afternoon, have Netflix's moves, such as continued investment in original programming, plus expansion in Europe, begun to pay off? As we've written, Netflix is making big bets Read More →
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