Club holding Salesforce (CRM)’s fiscal fourth-quarter results crushed expectations across the board Wednesday.
These promising financials show why we’ve kept a small position in this high-end chipmaker despite the headwinds facing the semiconductor industry.
DoorDash reported better-than-expected sales for the fourth quarter and gave upbeat guidance for the current period.
Lyft shares fell more than 20% during after hours trading after issuing weak guidance in its earnings report on Thursday.
Microsoft saw slower Azure growth and device execution challenges in a quarter where it took a $1.2 billion charge, mainly for cutting 10,000 jobs.
Nordstrom said weak sales and a ton of markdowns hurt its results during the holiday season.
Nio had expected to deliver up to 48,000 EVs in the fourth quarter, but Covid-linked supply chain issues pushed the Chinese company to cut its guidance.
Under the new SEC guidance, companies will have to include crypto asset holdings as well as their risk exposure to the FTX bankruptcy in their public filings.
Lululemon reported sales and profit that topped estimates, but the company offered softer guidance than expected for the fourth quarter.
VF Corporation on Monday lowered its revenue and earnings expectations for the second half of its fiscal year.