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.
The software company announced two big acquisitions along with its second-quarter report.
Weak guidance wasn't enough to derail the stock.
An across-the-board earnings miss weighed on the shares.
A deal with the government of Singapore should produce millions in service revenue over the next year.
A weak LED market and trouble in China led to soft guidance.
Supply chain disruptions and a weak laser market will weigh on the company's results.
The company's results were solid, but its guidance was a different story.
The expensive stock is facing some volatility.
Positive news helped these stocks break free from a volatile market and surge higher.
Bad news for all three companies led to big losses.
The networking hardware giant for a time seemed immune to the impacts of the U.S.-China economic conflict. Not anymore.
Sluggish growth and so-so guidance weren't enough to keep investors happy.