Earnings

Best Buy‘s third-quarter earnings on Tuesday soared past Wall Street’s expectations, as the company continued to see strong demand for technology during the coronavirus pandemic. Shares of the company were down more than 2% in premarket trading early Tuesday. Despite its strong third quarter, the retailer declined to provide an outlook due to the uncertainty
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A shopper visits a Lowe’s hardware store in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, November 4, 2020. Mark Makela | Reuters Lowe’s shares fell Wednesday after the home improvement retailer reported third-quarter earnings and a profit outlook slightly short of estimates, weighed down by higher labor costs and investments in its e-commerce business. Its same-store sales surged more than
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Brian Chesky, CEO of Airbnb Getty Images Airbnb on Monday released its prospectus to debut on public markets. The company allows users to book short-term rentals and experiences while traveling. The company made $219 million in net income on revenues of $1.34 billion last quarter. That was down nearly 19% from $1.65 billion in revenue a year
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Sonos celebrates its IPO at the Nasdaq, August 2, 2018. Source: Nasdaq Shares of speaker maker Sonos rose as much as 23% in extended trading on Wednesday after the company reported fiscal fourth-quarter earnings and fiscal-year revenue guidance that beat expectations. Here’s how the company did: Earnings: 33 cents, excluding certain items, vs. 0 cents
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CEO of Cisco Chuck Robbins speaks during the VivaTech (Viva Technology) trade fair in Paris on May 24, 2018. Gerard Julien | AFP | Getty Images Cisco shares moved as much as 9% higher in extended trading on Thursday after the company reported fiscal first-quarter earnings and an upbeat forecast that exceeded analysts’ expectations. Here’s
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Steve Mollenkopf, chief executive officer of Qualcomm Inc. Patrick T. Fallon | Bloomberg | Getty Images Qualcomm stock rose more than 12% in extended trading as its revenue and adjusted earnings per share handily beat Wall Street expectations. Here’s how Qualcomm did versus Refinitiv consensus estimates for the quarter ended Sept. 27: Earnings: $1.45 per
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Richard ‘Rich’ Barton, co-founder and CEO of Zillow Inc. Andrew Harrer | Bloomberg | Getty Images Zillow shares climbed more than 8% in extended trading on Thursday after the digital real estate company reported third-quarter estimates that blew past analysts estimates and offered a better-than-expected forecast for the fourth quarter. A combination of record low
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Uber shares dropped as much as 4% after-hours Thursday as the company reported third quarter revenue that missed Wall Street’s expectations, but picked up during the company’s earnings call when the CEO said there are early signs its core ride-hailing business would fully recover from the Covid 19 pandemic. Here’s how the company performed versus what Wall
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SpaceShipTwo spacecraft Unity during a glide flight test in New Mexico. Virgin Galactic Space tourism company Virgin Galactic reported third quarter results on Thursday with an increased loss as the company looks to fly two more test spaceflights to finish its development program. “During the quarter we made good progress completing the final steps to
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General Motors CEO Mary Barra speaks to the news media June 12, 2018 in Detroit, Michigan. Bill Pugliano | Getty Images General Motors is set to report its third-quarter earnings before the bell on Thursday. Here’s what Wall Street is expecting, based on average analysts’ estimates compiled by Refinitive. Adjusted EPS: $1.38 Revenue: $35.51 billion
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Apple reported fourth-quarter earnings on Thursday that slightly exceeded Wall Street expectations, but the company did not offer investors any guidance for the quarter ending in December. iPhone sales were down more than 20% year-over-year. Here’s how Apple did versus analyst expectations via Refinitiv estimates: EPS: 73 cents vs 70 cents estimated Revenue: $64.7 billion
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Shares of Twitter, Facebook, Apple and Amazon traded lower Friday, a day after the companies released quarterly reports that failed to wow Wall Street. Here’s what’s going on: Twitter Twitter stock plunged more than 19% Friday after the company reported disappointing user growth but beat analysts’ expectations on profit and revenue. Twitter grew its total
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Google parent company Alphabet‘s stock rose as much as 9% in after-hours trading as it crushed expectations for both earnings and revenue in its third-quarter earnings results, showing strong growth in advertising revenue across the board. Here are the results. Earnings per share: $16.40 vs $11.29 expected, according to Refinitiv estimates Revenue: $46.17 billion vs $42.90 billion
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Amazon reported better-than-expected third-quarter results after the bell on Thursday, including soaring profits and 37% revenue growth. The stock bounced around in extended trading, falling as much as 2%, after Amazon provided a wide guidance range for the fourth quarter. Earnings: $12.37 vs $7.41 per share expected, according to analysts surveyed by Refinitiv Revenue: $96.15
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