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The semiconductor stock has now lost two-thirds of its value in 2018.
The cloud-and-data-services company reported solid third-quarter results, but investors crushed the stock last month.
The home maintenance subscription stock got pummeled after shareholders found out gross profit margins are slipping.
Continued erosion of Frontier's business has shares trading down more than 50% year to date.
Scientific Games stock has lost roughly two-thirds of its value year to date.
Increased short interest sent the in-flight internet stock plummeting last month despite solid third-quarter results.
Despite big selloffs in recent months, it's still up roughly 110% in 2018.
The Chinese e-commerce platform provider caught a case of the Singles Day blues.
After climbing nearly 300% in 2017, Xunlei stock is down roughly 70% this year -- and its cloud business appears to be evaporating.
Slowing sales growth for Hortonworks took some of the wind out of Cloudera's stock last month.
Another quarter of triple-digit sales growth helped Carvana stock post a double-digit increase.
Clorox's first-quarter results arrived with uneven segment performance, but overall sales and earnings growth was encouraging and suggest that the company's acquisitions strategy is paying off.
Strong earnings performance helped send the the gym stock to new heights last month.