The network automation company's shares hit an all-time low after it issued a very weak outlook and said its CEO would step down.
Declining mall traffic and tough competition weighed on profits at the retailer, which fell 84 percent in the first quarter.
Investors overlooked some big restructuring charges and meager sales and focused instead on strong adjusted quarterly earnings.
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The world's dominant search engine is starting to accept requests from Europeans who want to erase unflattering information from search results.
Big gross margins, an improved cash balance and falling inventories pushed the image sensor company beyond quarterly expectations.
A pessimistic outlook overshadowed a strong quarter in which comparable-store sales jumped by 3 percent during a rough winter.
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