A weak sales outlook overshadowed strong fourth-quarter and annual earnings at the clothing maker, sending shares to a 52-week low.
Rising room rates helped to more than triple first-quarter earnings and the hotel operator raised its outlook for the entire year.
The company scrapped its planned
Comparable-store sales jumped 9 percent last month, partially due to a holiday shift, but analysts see stronger sales ahead, too.
The online entertainment company followed through on promised price hikes, pushing subscriptions up
Wider losses at the advertising company triggered a pair of downgrades, with
Acquisitions and other costs dragged the biopharmaceutical company to a loss for the quarter and revenue did not rise as much as expected.
Rising expenses led to bigger losses at the gaming technology company, which fell short of
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