In the headlines 26 Oct: MSFT, GOOGL, META, AAPL, TWTR, GPS

By Kirsteen Mackay


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Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT), Alphabet (NASDAQ: GOOGL), Meta Platforms (NASDAQ: META), Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL), Twitter (NYSE: TWTR), Gap (NYSE: GPS) and SK Hynix make the headlines this morning.

Big Tech News

Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT)

Microsoft $MSFT tops profit estimates, but slumping PC sales and dollar strength weigh on Microsoft's revenue. 11% gain is the weakest since fiscal 2018. Bloomberg

Alphabet (NASDAQ: GOOGL)

Alphabet $GOOGL earnings and sales miss analyst estimates. YouTube and Search business hit by digital ad slowdown. Bloomberg

Meta Platforms (NASDAQ: META)

Meta slams Apple for 'undercutting others' with its changes to App Store terms. Bloomberg

·       Paying to 'boost' a social post is now an in-app purchase

·       Change marks the first time Apple takes cut of social ad revenue

Twitter (NYSE: TWTR)

Elon Musk pledges to close Twitter $TWTR acquisition by Friday - Bloomberg

·       Musk held a Monday call with banks providing $13 billion of debt

·       Banks are now taking the final steps to send over the cash

Meanwhile, Twitter employees protest Elon Musk's plan to fire 75% of the workforce - TIME


Gap said it would immediately remove Yeezy items and shut down its e-commerce site after ending its partnership with Ye last month - Bloomberg

SK Hynix

SK Hynix cuts 2023 investment by 50%, citing an "unprecedented" drop in chip demand. - Reuters

SK Hynix Inc. is a South Korean supplier of dynamic random-access memory chips and flash memory chips. Hynix is the world's second-largest memory chipmaker and the world's third-largest semiconductor company.

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