Two cloud software stocks are falling as the market moves higher.
The data company's second-quarter results didn't quite live up to expectations.
A mixed quarter and lackluster guidance put pressure on the already beaten-down stock.
The food giant is already a leader in veggie burgers, but its new faux meat will take on Beyond Meat directly.
One analyst sees the stock coming back to life as investments start to pay off.
A successful mall retailer gets pummeled, and problems emerge for a major meat processor.
Impressive growth from the cloud software company persuaded the market to push up the stock.
An analyst downgrade and a dividend announcement led two stocks to greatly underperform a weak market.
While same-store sales were down in the second quarter, the retailer still managed to beat expectations.
Strong earnings reports sent two stocks flying as the broader market struggled to find direction.
The second-place graphics chip company gained ground in the lead-up to its most important product launch in years.
A lot could go wrong for Best Buy in the second half of the year.
As the stock market rallies, a cloud software company shines while a discount retailer runs into trouble.
The software-as-a-service company impressed investors with its results.
The disastrous product is now entirely in the rearview mirror.
A fast-growing software provider cut its outlook, and a struggling wearables company has new products coming soon.
The Versa 2 will launch alongside a new subscription service next month.
An earnings beat was overshadowed by a weak outlook.
Solid results amid tariff uncertainty sent the footwear stock into recovery mode.
A trifecta of competition, a slowing economy, and elevated channel inventory is threatening HP's biggest source of profits.