Earnings [noun]

Definition of Earnings:

money for work performed

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"One of the top pieces of feedback we're hearing from our community right now is that people don't want politics and fighting to take over their experience on our services," CEO Mark Zuckerberg said on an earnings call last week.

In his book “The Intelligent Investor,” Graham advised his readers to look closely at annual reports, earnings announcements, and other financials.

“In its years-long scheme, Amazon baited drivers with earnings promises, but then siphoned tips and slashed wages, pocketing over $60 million in the process,” FTC Commissioner Rohit Chopra tweeted Tuesday.

On the earnings call last week, Zuckerberg added more specifics to Facebook’s argument against Apple, pointing out how Apple’s own apps are held to a different standard than those of its competitors.

Coming into 2021 there was a lot of excitement about earnings season.

During its earnings call in February — the company’s first since the merger of Viacom and CBS closed in December 2019 — ViacomCBS CEO Bob Bakish unveiled the company’s new streaming plan.

AstraZeneca now has the strongest earnings growth prospects of any of its large competitors.

No one wants to be the company whose stock was hyped during the IPO process but gets rebalanced after its first earnings call.

When Alameda County shutdown orders stopped production at Tesla’s plant in Fremont, Musk defied local health officials by closing late and reopening early, blasting the rules as “fascist” on an earnings call.

The hope, Silver said, is to replicate that success with the Cooking brand, which currently has nearly 600,000 subscribers by the end of the third quarter this year, per the earnings report.