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Xiaomi's Q2 2018 financial results show international revenue up 151.7% year over year

Xiaomi has published its financial results for the second quarter of 2018. Turns out, as you'd expect from a company that recently became more valuable than LG, things are going pretty well for the Chinese manufacturer.

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Snapchat lost three million users in Q2 2018

Snap Inc hasn't been doing great, to say the least. The company's results for the first quarter of 2018 were below expectations, and now the Q2 earnings report has been released. During the period from April 1 to June 30, Snap Inc received $262 million in revenue, with a net loss of $353 million.

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T-Mobile reports 'best Q2 in company history'

It's quarterly financial results season! Well, one of the quarterly financial results seasons, anyway. The latest news is from T-Mobile, which reported its best second quarter ever. Over the period, the carrier added 1.6 million net customers (one million postpaid, the rest prepaid) and saw revenue of $10.6 billion.

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Samsung's Q2 2018 financial results show lower profits following 'soft' Galaxy S9 sales

Samsung has posted its financial results for the second quarter of 2018. Following two glowing quarters, Q2 2018 was relatively cool, with sales and profits falling compared to both last quarter and Q2 2017. The Korean electronics manufacturer said that "softer sales" of both the Galaxy S9 line and display panels were largely to blame.

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Twitter stock tanks after second-quarter results

Facebook just experienced the largest one-day loss in market value in the history of the United States, thanks to new GDPR regulations and the recent Cambridge Analytica scandal. Twitter isn't doing great either, as the company's stock dropped 21% following the quarterly earnings report.

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Alphabet posts huge 25% increase in revenue, investors shrug off impact of EU fine

Alphabet's second-quarter results were just released to investors, and although revenues are up 25% compared to Q2 2017, reaching $32.65 billion—comparing favorably to last quarter's results, too—it isn't all good news. Taking into account the effects of the recent $5 billion antitrust fine by the EU, net income is actually down significantly to ~$3.2 billion, a loss of 9.3% compared to Google's fine-extrapolated numbers for Q1 2017. That doesn't seem to have investors too worried, though, as the pre-fine numbers beat expectations by a large margin, driving up Alphabet's stock price in after-hours trading by 5%.

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