Competition in the faux-meat business is heating up.
Atlassian's results aren't good enough, and Johnson & Johnson takes a hit to its reputation.
IBM reports lower revenue, and Pool Corp. shows no signs of slowing down.
Revenue continued to trend downward despite the Red Hat acquisition.
Revenue declined, as only a portion of Red Hat's revenue could be recognized.
Workday dives on analyst caution, while Amazon rises ahead of earnings.
Strong sales to logic customers investing in cutting-edge nodes more than offset weak sales to memory customers.
Roku now supports Apple TV, and Google announces a bunch of new products.
SmileDirectClub faces pressure in California, and Tapestry is downgraded on concerns about the resale market and Kate Spade.
The Chinese data center services company made two announcements.
A wait-and-see approach is recommended, given the lofty valuation and increasing competition.
Spirit removes some pessimism from its forecast, and Fastenal drives growth with vending machines.
Bed Bath & Beyond finally has a CEO, and HEXO no longer has fiscal 2020 guidance.
Delayed deals will hit the company's third-quarter results hard.
Pessimism builds for iRobot, while optimism drives Roku higher.
A weak wholesale business in the Americas and flat sales in its core business troubled investors.
Customer loyalty only goes so far.
Zoom faces a threat from Facebook, and GameStop falls as PlayStation 5 details are revealed.
Chipzilla’s latest high-end chips come with dramatically lower prices.
SmileDirectClub wins over analysts, and NVIDIA gets some higher price targets.