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After reporting fourth-quarter earnings, Amazon.com (NAS: AMZN) leaves shareholders wanting more. The e-retailer's profit fell 57% on high operating costs.
Chip maker Broadcom (NAS: BRCM) had better-than-expected earnings and increased its dividend, despite drops in net income and revenue. A bright spot was its new deal with Nokia (NYS: NOK) , which will include Broadcom chips in its new 3G phones.
Revenue from AOL's (NYS: AOL) dial-up services continued to fall. However, sales from display ads increased by 10% during the period.
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