The provider of cloud-based tax and small-business accounting solutions achieves brisk growth as it gears up for the 2018 tax season.
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The decentralized provider of short-run printing is enjoying a fast start to its new fiscal year.
The marketer of personalized photo and print products reported on restructuring and platform initiatives last month.
Management is well aware that the boost the company is receiving from interest in the Trump administration will eventually subside. Here's how it's preparing for the inevitable.
Will near-term issues continue to pressure the optical network specialist's shares?
Fears of price competition from legacy carriers are overblown.
The regional quick-service restaurant offers up spicy fare, but since going public, its shares have been disappointingly bland.
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The company benefited from appreciable growth in its two major operating segments, as well as revenue from a recently acquired Belgian data set provider.
Here are the relevant takeaways for investors to note from the coffee and doughnut empire's third-quarter 2017 earnings conference call.
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A vital metric for the shipping and logistics provider bounces back after displaying weakness in the first half of the year.
Digital subscription and advertising revenue weren't the only performance drivers in the last three months -- the company also held costs in check.
The Mexican airport operator's passenger traffic slowed slightly versus recent quarters, but the company remained on track to meet its full-year financial goals.
It may be "old media", but the famous newspaper is flourishing under the current presidential administration.