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Even with solid e-commerce growth, Walmart wasn't able to measure up to expectations.
The state's tax revenue from the drug also reached an all-time high.
Revenue was more than $5 million higher than analysts were expecting.
The Truly brand continues to expand volume at a market-crushing pace.
It's possible that short-sellers are covering shares heading into the company's fourth-quarter earnings next week.
The Chinese education company extended yesterday's post-earnings gains.
Shares rise after the company received some bullish praise from a Wall Street analyst.
The tobacco company still believes it will improve profitability by 4% to 7% over its next three fiscal years.
An industry peer echoed SunPower's previous comments that, at this time, the coronavirus epidemic in China isn't expected to have a major impact on first-quarter 2020 operations.
Last year was a good one for big data companies, but Alteryx stood out as one of the biggest winners.
The cannabis company is the proud new owner of Arizona Natural Selections.
The biopharma is scheduled to update investors and Wall Street analysts on two important pipeline programs on Feb. 20.
The high-yielding MLP's headwinds have worsened.
P&G's skincare brand has made a commitment to have zero skin-retouching in its ads by 2021.
Investors reacted enthusiastically to a positive coverage decision for the company's Eversense CGM device.
An upgrade by one analyst and a big earnings report from a competitor has investors buying today.
In this Blast from the Radio Past, we take a look at the first attempt at video on demand before Netflix was even a thing. We also find many more interesting tidbits from the past.
Approvals were down slightly year over year.
A steep revenue decline and a new turnaround plan were not well received by the market.
The owner of Coors, Miller brands of beer plans to (mostly) focus on its core business, only dabbling in a new, fast-growing category.
The old dosing regimen will still be available for patients.