On Aug. 8, Blackboard
- Revenues increased 32%, beating analyst estimates.
- Margins suffered across the board, and the bottom line swung from a $0.21-per-share profit the prior year to a loss of $0.23 per share for Q2 2006.
- Continued integration of the Web CT acquisition sent free cash flow even deeper into negative territory.
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