Celgene beats on earnings, Nike CEO reportedly apologizes, YouTube rakes in views

Here’s a look at some of the companies the Yahoo Finance team will be watching for you.

Celgene (CELG) posted a beat on adjusted earnings and revenue for its first quarter. Celgene says it saw major gains in sales of many of its staple drugs — including a 46% year-over-year increase for its psoriasis medication Otezla.

After allegations of inappropriate behavior and the departures of several senior Nike (NKE) execs — the company’s CEO is saying sorry. The Wall Street Journal reports Chief Executive Mark Parker is apologizing to employees for Nike’s corporate culture and its failure to take complaints seriously. Parker told employees he wants Nike to be a “place where everyone can thrive” with equal opportunity.

Google (GOOG)-owned YouTube is raking in the views. CEO Susan Wojcicki says 1.8B registered users are watching YouTube videos every month. That’s up from about 1.5B last year. Those big numbers don’t even include the views racked up by people who don’t have an account or don’t log in.

And Twitter (TWTR) is telling all its users to change their passwords. Twitter says a software bug meant some information was stored in readable text on its internal systems instead of being encrypted. CEO Jack Dorsey tweeted that changing your password is just a precaution and there is no indication of a breach or misuse.

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