The company has agreed to an acquisition.
A steep revenue decline and a new turnaround plan were not well received by the market.
The Chinese education company reported exceptionally strong growth.
The coronavirus outbreak will take a toll on Apple's results. Elsewhere, Walmart reported a mixed quarter.
The software company reported strong growth and provided solid guidance.
A data center rebound for NVIDIA bodes well for Intel, and JPMorgan Chase plans on cutting off automated account access via passwords.
Cisco expects another revenue decline next quarter, and an analyst sees growth opportunities for Microsoft.
Revenue slipped for the telecom company, although it sees growth opportunities ahead.
Declining margins and weak guidance doomed the stock.
Cisco expects revenue to decline amid economic uncertainty, and Disney raises the price of admission.
Big tech is coming under additional antitrust scrutiny, and a rough outlook from Under Armour is having a small negative impact on Nike stock.
A big Apple supplier is reportedly facing delays restarting production, and Boeing stock received a buy rating.
IBM's management shuffle lit a fire under the stock, but the rally faded on Friday. Boeing stock was also down as a new software bug was revealed.
The company easily beat analyst expectations.
The market wasn't happy with the networking company's anemic growth.
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Boeing stock soared despite a new software problem, and Apple could have trouble meeting demand for its popular AirPods.
Revenue came in higher than expected, and the strategic review process is making progress.
The mobile games company reported impressive growth.
It was a disappointing quarter, no matter how you slice it.
Disney is rapidly gaining ground in streaming, and the coronavirus outbreak is causing problems for Nike in China.