A sudden slowdown in cloud demand led to surprisingly weak guidance.
A weak smartphone market and slumping iPhone sales are big problems for the company.
Recent launches of affordable devices brought the troubled tracker business back to life.
Multiple issues knocked down the company's sales and profits.
Revenue and earnings fell off a cliff.
It wasn't enough to prevent a big loss in the first quarter.
Revenue is soaring as the software company moves upmarket.
Earnings growth wasn't enough to offset disappointing revenue.
It’s the smallest boost to the dividend in years.
The move is hurting results, and it led the company to slash its full-year guidance.
A solid earnings report has led to two days of gains.
The company had a strong first quarter, but growth will likely slow down in the second half of the year.
Even if demand starts to recover later this year, prices are expected to keep heading lower.
Strong growth and solid guidance gave investors reasons to cheer.
The chip company will need to convince investors that it can grow this year despite a terrible first quarter.
The company is reportedly nearing a merger deal.
All signs point to more pain ahead for the storage company.
Target’s free next-day shipping is far more limited than Amazon Prime, but it shows that the pieces are in place for the retailer to compete.
The NAND market is getting worse, and data center demand remains weak.
The company's first-quarter results missed the mark.