Both companies are betting on big tech trends, but one looks stronger in two key categories.
U.S. companies still have a lead, but China has big plans.
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Investors didn't like that Groupon's earnings fell short of Wall Street's expectations.
Yes, there will be driverless cars, but also more efficient manufacturing and entirely new ways to manage traffic.
Investors were disappointed with the company's full-year sales outlook.
Investors were jittery leading up the company's fourth-quarter earnings report.
Despite a strong fourth quarter, investors are still unsure about this company.
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The company's third-quarter sales fell short of management's guidance.
Updated guidance from the company and two analyst upgrades did the trick.
Investors swooned as the company announced a major share repurchase program.
Investors continued to believe in this company's compelling growth story.
It has to do with China potentially outpacing the U.S. in 5G technology.
The company's story simply isn't fleshed out yet.
Investors weren't impressed with management's guidance.
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The company outpaced its own revenue guidance and sees continued growth ahead.
Spoiler alert: Fantastic sales growth was the primary reason.
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