Axios’ Jefferies research team, along with Axios technology analysts, conducted an in-depth survey of the companies that are leaving the business to pursue different ventures.
Some of the businesses that were on the list include:Google, Facebook, Amazon, eBay, Pinterest, Snapchat, Pinterest.
Outbound services such as email, text messaging, voice mail and video calling have all seen an increase in usage, but there are many more options out there.
There are also a number of outbound mobile apps like Facebook Messenger, Instagram and Google Talk that offer an array of messaging and chat services.
The survey also looked at the companies’ profitability, including revenue, net income, cash flow and profitability.
Here’s how they fared:Google is struggling.
The company’s quarterly earnings missed expectations by $7.9 billion, according to a report from Bernstein Research.
It was also one of the worst performers among the companies profiled in the Axios survey.
Google is also struggling to stay afloat in an environment where competitors like Facebook, Twitter, Netflix, Uber and others have launched new products and services.
Twitter’s stock is down 20% since the beginning of 2017.
Facebook is down 24% in the last year.
The other big tech companies have lost their ground in the industry, according a recent report from Technomic.
Apple and Microsoft have been doing well in recent quarters, but it’s a slow burn.
The companies lost $3.3 billion and $4.2 billion in revenue in the third quarter of 2016, respectively.
Microsoft, which has more than 1 billion active users worldwide, is also in the midst of a massive overhaul to its software and services, and that is set to get worse.
The company is expected to report its quarterly earnings on Feb. 14, and the company has been spending heavily to expand its workforce.
Apple’s stock has dropped more than 80% since its IPO in 2013.
Microsoft is also facing a massive competition from Amazon, which is also expanding its products and offering new services.
Amazon is rumored to be building a new headquarters in San Francisco.
Apple is struggling, but the company’s shares are on a steady rise.
The stock is up more than 25% since it went public in 2014.
Apple has lost its share of the smartphone market and is now competing with Samsung, which owns the Galaxy and iPhone.
However, Apple has a strong market position in the wearable market and will continue to grow the company in that market.
The other companies profiling in the survey include:Facebook, Facebook Messenger and Instagram.
Twitter, Snapchat and Pinterest.
Pinterest and Instagram have been losing a lot of users in recent years, according the Axes report.
Google and Facebook are also struggling.
Google has lost $10 billion and lost $19 billion in the quarter ended March 2017.
Google lost $7 billion in 2016.
Snapchat has lost over $4 billion in 2017.
Pinterest has lost almost $3 billion in both 2017 and 2018.