A guidance cut didn't sit well with investors.
The tech giant grew earnings and reiterated its full-year guidance, but revenue slumped by more than expected.
The shoe company expects growth to pick up in the second quarter.
The company sees strong demand from logic customers driving growth this year.
Its stores are struggling to bring in customers, and the retailer wrote off the last of its goodwill.
The bottom line slumped as promotions and currency took their toll, and the denim company sees weaker growth in the second half.
A new licensing agreement with a major cable company has investors bidding up the stock.
Big Blue can now leverage Red Hat to grow its hybrid cloud business.
The chips don’t beat Intel across the board, but the value proposition is strong.
A last-minute price cut was the key to victory.
The move comes after NVIDIA announced a product refresh that effectively lowered prices on its lineup.
NVIDIA is dominant, but AMD is vying for a comeback.
A product refresh from the graphics chip company is a price cut in disguise.
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A backdrop of uncertainty has created some bargains.
The software company's results and guidance were ahead of expectations.
A recovery in demand won’t lead to a recovery in prices anytime soon.
A lackluster quarter wasn't as bad as expected.
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