Shares jumped after the company reported a lower-than-expected loss.
Shares drop after the company admits that 2019 will be a "transition" year and issues disappointing guidance.
Shares jump after the company's releases fly past expectations.
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Demand for the company's research and development solutions are as strong as ever.
Shares soared after the company reported blowout results.
Shares dropped after the company reported mixed earnings.
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Everything is going right for the software-as-a-service company.
The company finally has some good news to share with investors.
Shares take a nosedive after the company reports strong earnings and boosts guidance. What could justify the move?
The company ends 2018 on a down note but remains committed to getting the business back on track.
Mixed quarterly results failed to impress Wall Street.
Shares scream higher after management reports blowout quarterly results and issues bullish guidance.
First-quarter results came in ahead of management's revised guidance, but the company warns that the operating environment still remains challenging.
Shares jump even though the company reports weak results across the board and provides a downbeat outlook. What can explain the move?
Top-line growth remains strong, but elevated spending levels and changes to the U.S. tax code caused profitability to wane.
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Lower revenue projection from a key customer will be a major headwind for this software services company.