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After several quarters of slowing sales growth, Copart's top line turned around.
Pinterest management addressed user engagement, new tools for advertisers, and international sales.
It also said it might test other hardware devices, but Spotify insists it's not entering the consumer hardware market.
Sales and users are growing, but the company's earnings losses grabbed investors' attention.
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Apple, Amazon, and Dropbox outpaced analysts' estimates, but investors looking for that to be reflected in their stock price moves will be disappointed.
After two down trading days, Dara Khosrowshahi puts out a memo telling staff members to keep calm and carry on.
HubSpot had a solid quarter, but there are a couple of things investors should keep their eyes on.
The smartphone maker could be hurt by the latest move in the Chinese trade war.
Uber is betting big on the fast-growing ridesharing market, but has its sights set on becoming a major transportation platform as well.
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The cloud software company continued to build its customer base and boost sales.
The self-driving subsidiary gets a funding boost in its race to launch a commercial autonomous ridesharing service.
The ridesharing leader, which will likely debut as a publicly traded stock this week, may be its own worst critic.
Both companies are betting on 5G, but that doesn't make them equally good investments right now.
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