All eyes were on Apple today after the Closing Bell, but some other major companies also reported. Pandora came in early and matched expectations for earnings per share. Pandora reported a loss of $0.08 per share. Their revenue came in at $378.6 million, slightly below the estimate of $380 million. The quarterly subscription review came in at $84.4 million, which does mark a growth of 50% year-over-year. Another important number that investors were looking for was subscriber growth. In the past quarter, the number increased to a total of 5.19 million subscribers. Activision shares fell after hours, after the company reported its earnings. The company reported a revenue of $1.62 billion, beating expectations of $1.74 billion. However, revenue is down from this time last year, when revenue was reported at $1.63 billion. And finally, Starbucks reported after a quarter with lots of activity, and Starbucks dropped on results. Earnings per share matched expectations, coming in at $0.55. Revenue came in at $5.7 billion, just barely beating expectations. This quarter saw Starbucks sell their Tazo brand to Unilever, and phase the brand out of the stores. The company did announce a new commitment to returning $15 billion to shareholders over the next 3 years through both dividends and share purchases.