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The creative software specialist easily exceeded its fiscal Q3 financial guidance and shows no signs of slowing down.
Soaring debt levels could force AT&T to sell this growing business unit.
AMD has gained more share, but NVIDIA could make a comeback.
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Square's CFO just updated her guidance for adjusted EBITDA margin.
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The consumer electronics retailer expects revenue and earnings to grow over the next three years, driven by opportunities like the smart home and services.
With shares in the triple digits, it’s easy to wonder if this oil giant will split its stock soon.