So, earnings season is upon us, with Yahoo announcing its financial results today. We're getting ready to provide you what is the best earnings coverage of the digital industry in India. Q4 of the Indian financial year is typically longer, and will stretch from mid-April to mid-May, with Indian companies announcing full year results as well. Our earnings coverage will have, wherever possible, financial results, conference call coverage, charts, as well as analysis. For our earnings coverage from the last quarter: click here. So far, our plan for Q4-FY14/Q1-CY13 is as follows: 15th Apr: Yahoo - Click here to read our coverage 16th Apr: Google - Click here to read our coverage 23rd Apr: Facebook and Apple 24th Apr: Microsoft 29th Apr: Nokia, Twitter, Airtel 1st May: LinkedIn 7th May: Uninor (Telenor) 8th May: NDTV 9th May: TV Today 14th May: Info Edge India These are the dates that have been announced so far, and we're awaiting a response from other companies. We will update this post once we have more info. Our full earnings coverage will also include (wherever relevant from a digital perspective): Cyber Media, D B CORP, Dish TV India Ltd, Rediff, Samsung, Idea Cellular, Just Dial, Onmobile Global, Tata Teleservices, MakeMyTrip, Vodafone, NDTV, Reliance Communications, Sun TV, TV18 Broadcast Ltd, Network18 Media S Mobility, MTNL, HT Media, Eros International, Ybrant, Intrasoft Tech, Saregama India, Genesys Intl, Tanla Solutions. In case there are companies that you think we should cover, please feel free to let us know.
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