Almost everything is going wrong for the memory-chip manufacturer.
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Slight revenue growth and buyback-fueled earnings growth kept investors happy.
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The company's top line exceeded expectations.
The urban-focused Jet.com hasn’t lived up to expectations.
A major oil and gas company will use the powerful new system to run data-heavy workloads.
An escalating trade war killed any hope for a rebound.
Big Blue is part of the team that will help develop a blockchain network to trace prescription drugs.
It tells investors little about how much genuine recurring revenue the online pet products retailer really generates.
The company is now much more optimistic about its second quarter.
The middle of NVIDIA's product stack is under attack.
The chip company may not be able to maintain its full-year guidance any longer.
Competition and grade-school arithmetic will eventually put an end to the madness, as it always does.
The U.S. Huawei ban and the U.S.-China trade war will make the memory chip downturn even worse.
Heavy spending on sales and marketing is not producing much growth.
A very strong quarter lit a fire under the stock.
The CEO is out as the company cuts its full-year guidance.
Most of the gains were gone by the end of the day, but investors were clearly excited about the company's solid revenue growth.
It’s taking longer for the company to close deals.