On a strong day for the broader markets, see why these two industry giants stand out.
After a busy 2018, the surety insurance and billboard advertising leader started 2019 with a relatively quiet quarter.
With mounting pressure from activist investors, the home-goods retailer's CEO has stepped down.
Regardless of how the market responded, the networking hardware specialist should be content with its position.
It's hard not to bounce after falling so far.
A solid Q1 report and reiterated 2019 guidance left the market more than pleased.
Near-term guidance left investors in the business-review site wanting more.
The action camera maker just beat expectations and raised its full-year guidance.
The local business review platform just reaffirmed full-year guidance. But it's betting on a strong second half to get there.
From a streamlined reporting structure to new cost-reduction initiatives, this Internet of Things pure play made good progress in Q1.
The fiber optic networking specialist posted a surprisingly large loss to start the year.
The luxury fashion holding company delivered a solid quarter and approved a big new stock repurchase plan.
Despite continued difficult market conditions, the biodiesel and rendering leader keeps moving forward.
Make no mistake, the cloud integration solutions specialist is rightly pleased with its momentum.
The online postage company's first quarter went as planned. But the rest of the year is a different story.
The online postage and shipping services specialist just massively reduced its full-year guidance.
The drugstore chain lamented its hardest-ever quarter last month. Here's what investors need to know.
The office products retailer warned investors that a weak quarterly report was on the way -- and it was right.
The home robotics company technically fell short of Wall Street's revenue expectations in Q1, but management insists all is well.
The market was none too pleased about the pharmacy retail chain's progress last quarter.