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    Google's president of the Americas Allan Thygesen speaking to Rutberg's Rajeev Chand at a Rutberg conference in Half Moon Bay, California.Ari Levy | CNBC DocuSign shares rose almost 5% in extended trading after the electronic signature software maker announced it has hired an Alphabet executive, Allan Thygesen, to be its next CEO. The announcement comes three month after DocuSign said its CEO for the past five years, Dan Springer, was stepping down. Like other cloud software companies, DocuSign enjoyed a wave of greater interest among investors during the Covid pandemic as consumers and corporate workers became more reliant on digital ways to sign documents. But the interest has died down. Notwithstanding the after-hours move, DocuSign shares have fallen 64% so far this year. This is breaking news. Please check back for updates.TVWATCH LIVEWATCH IN THE APPUP NEXT | ETListen
    In this article REGN RH TSLA CAT The Kroger supermarket chain's headquarters is shown in Cincinnati, Ohio.Lisa Baertlein | ReutersCheck out the companies making headlines in midday trading Friday. Zscaler — Zscaler surged 20% after reporting strong earnings in its most recent quarter. The company posted adjusted earnings of 25 cents per share on $318 million in revenue. Analysts surveyed by Refinitiv were expecting earnings of 20 cents per share on revenues of $305 million. DocuSign — Shares jumped 9.9% after the electronic agreement company's quarterly numbers topped analyst expectations. DocuSign's revenue guidance for the third quarter was also above expectations, and its full-year outlook was in line with estimates. Regeneron Pharmaceuticals — The pharmaceutical stock gained 3.5% after Morgan Stanley upgraded shares to overweight from equal weight following the release of positive results from its eye drug trial. Regeneron soared nearly 19% the prior day on the back of those results. Lyft — The ride-hailing company popped 5.8% amid rumors on social media platforms that Lyft could be an acquisition target. The stock jumped 17% the prior day. Kroger...
    In this article DOCU RH ZS SPCE TSLA NAVI watch nowVIDEO1:3101:31News Update – Pre-MarketsNews BriefingCheck out the companies making headlines before the bell. DocuSign — Shares of the electronic signature company surged 16.4% after the DocuSign's quarterly numbers beat Wall Street expectations. DocuSign also shared revenue guidance for the third quarter above expectations and an outlook for the full year that fell in line with estimates.related investing newsBarclays downgrades student loan servicer Navient on risks from Biden's debt forgiveness planSamantha Subin44 minutes agoSell Virgin Galactic as space flights get delayed, Bernstein says in downgradeSamantha Subin2 hours agoZscaler — Zscaler soared 14.1% after posting strong results for the recent quarter. The cloud security company reported adjusted earnings of 25 cents a share on $318 million in revenue. Analysts surveyed by Refinitiv had anticipated earnings of 20 cents a share on revenues of $305 million. RH — The luxury home furnishing retailer's stock fell 1% on the back of disappointing revenue guidance. RH expects third-quarter revenue to decline between 15% and 18%, more than a StreetAccount forecast for a 10.7% drop....
    In this article RBLX NFLX SFIX DOCU SAVE Netflix's revelation that it lost 200,000 subscribers in the first quarter put further pressure on an already beleaguered tech sector, but top tech analyst Mark Mahaney believes the current weakness in the sector presents several opportunities for investors.Aaronp/bauer-griffin | Gc Images | Getty ImagesHere are the stocks making headlines on Friday, June 10. Stitch Fix – The clothing retailer dropped 14% after Stitch Fix said it expected revenue to decline in the fiscal fourth quarter and announced layoffs. The company said it expected the layoffs to save it between $40 million and $60 million in the 2023 fiscal year. Stitch Fix's third-quarter revenue came in at $493 million, which matched expectations, according to Refinitiv. DocuSign – Shares of the electronic signature software vendor dropped a whopping 24% after the company reported weaker-than-expected earnings in its fiscal first quarter. Both earnings per share and revenue for the quarter missed analysts' expectations per Refinitiv. DocuSign delivered 25% revenue growth from a year earlier, but investors are increasingly concerned with profitability. The company also got...
    In this article DOCUThe Docusign Inc. website on a laptop computer arranged in Dobbs Ferry, New York, U.S., on Thursday, April 1, 2021.Tiffany Hagler-Geard | Bloomberg | Getty ImagesShares of DocuSign plunged as much as 21% on Friday after the e-signature software maker posted fiscal first-quarter earnings that fell short of analysts' estimates. DocuSign on Thursday reported adjusted earnings per share of 38 cents, adjusted, missing Wall Street's projected 46 cents per share. The earnings miss overshadowed DocuSign's outperforming revenue for the quarter, which came in at $588.7 million, compared to consensus estimates of $581.8 million. DocuSign's business got a major lift in the early months of the coronavirus pandemic with the increase in online transactions, but it has been slowing in recent quarters as it faces tough comparisons to exceptional growth in 2020 and early 2021. Additionally, the company said Thursday it has experienced challenges due to the deteriorating macroeconomic environment, particularly the war in Ukraine. Several firms, including Evercore ISI, Bank of America and William Blair downgraded the stock following the earnings report. William Blair's Jake Roberge downgraded...
    In this article DOCUDan Springer, chief executive officer at DocuSign.David Paul Morris | Bloomberg | Getty ImagesDocuSign shares fell as much as 17% in extended trading on Thursday after the electronic signature software vendor reported weaker-than-expected earnings in its fiscal first quarter. Here's how the company did: Earnings: 38 cents per share, adjusted, vs. 46 cents per share as expected by analysts, according to Refinitiv. Revenue: $588.7 million, vs. $581.8 million as expected by analysts, according to Refinitiv. For the quarter, which ended on April 30, DocuSign's revenue grew 25% from a year earlier, according to a statement. But as investors shift away from a focus on growth to profitability, DocuSign's miss on earnings is overshadowing its beat on revenue. The stock is down 43% this year as of Thursday's close, tumbling alongside the rest of the cloud software sector. For the second quarter, DocuSign called for revenue of $600 million to $604 million. The middle of the range, at $602 million, was just above the Refinitiv consensus of $601.7 million. And for all of 2023,...
    In this article DOCUThe Docusign Inc. website on a laptop computer arranged in Dobbs Ferry, New York, U.S., on Thursday, April 1, 2021.Tiffany Hagler-Geard | Bloomberg | Getty ImagesCheck out the companies making headlines in midday trading. Campbell Soup – The food company saw shares gain 2.3% after reporting a better-than-expected quarterly report. Campbell posted an adjusted profit of 70 cents per share, 9 cents above Refinitiv consensus estimates. Sales also beat forecasts and Campbell raised its full-year sales outlook. The company reiterated its prior earnings forecast, noting it now expects core inflation to run hotter than its previous outlook. Ollie's Bargain Outlet — Shares of the discount retailer jumped 5.9% even after a disappointing earnings report. Ollie's posted earnings per share of 20 cents in the first quarter, missing a FactSet estimate of 30 cents. Chief Executive John Swygert said the company has not yet seen the full benefit of consumers trading down amid inflationary pressures. Moderna — Shares of the drug maker advanced about 4% after a study showed that an upgraded version of the firm's coronavirus vaccine produced...
    In this article FB RIVN DOCU A sign of Meta, the new name for the company formerly known as Facebook, is seen at its headquarters in Menlo Park, California, October 28, 2021.Carlos Barria | ReutersCheck out the companies making headlines in midday trading Friday. Meta Platforms — Shares of the Facebook parent fell about 3% after Russia restricted access to Instagram and opened a criminal investigation on Meta, after the company changed its hate speech rules to allow violent threats against Russia and its military for its invasion of Ukraine. Additionally, regulators in the EU and U.K. opened antitrust probes into Meta over its 2018 "Jedi Blue" ad deal. Rivian Automotive — Rivian's stock price tumbled 6.3% in midday trading, after the electric vehicle maker reported an earnings miss for its fourth quarter and forecast modest vehicle production for 2022. Rivian is projecting only 25,000 car deliveries in fiscal year 2022. DocuSign — Shares of the electronic signature company plummeted 22% after DocuSign issued disappointing revenue guidance for the full year. The company expected 2022 revenue to range between...
    In this article MRVL BIG DOCU DIDI A logo of ride-hailing giant Didi Chuxing displayed on a building in Hangzhou in China's eastern Zhejiang province.STR | AFP | Getty ImagesCheck out the companies making headlines in midday trading. DocuSign — The software stock plunged 40% after the company issued fourth-quarter sales guidance that was lower than what analysts expected. DocuSign gave a range of $557 million to $563 million, while analysts surveyed by Refinitiv expected $573.8 million. Asana — Shares of the work management platform tumbled 26% despite beating expectations in its third-quarter results. Asana recorded an adjusted loss of 23 cents per share, which was narrower than the loss of 27 cents per share estimated by analysts, according to StreetAccount. Ollie's Bargain Outlet — Shares of the discount retail chain tanked 20% after Ollie's missed estimates on the top and bottom lines for the third-quarter. Ollie's said that supply chain issues hurt its results. Guidance for earnings and revenue was also weaker than expected. Didi — Shares of the Chinese ride-hailing giant fell 16% after company announced plans to delist...
    In this article DOCU PJC Dan Springer, chief executive officer at DocuSign.David Paul Morris | Bloomberg | Getty ImagesShares of e-signature software maker DocuSign were down more than 30% in premarket trading Friday after the company reported guidance for the fourth quarter that fell short of analyst estimates. DocuSign predicted fourth-quarter revenue would come between $557 million and $563 million, while analysts had on average expected revenue of $573.8 million for the quarter, according to Refinitiv. Still, DocuSign beat analyst expectations for the third quarter, reporting earnings per share of 58 cents, adjusted, compared to 46 cents analysts anticipated, and $545.5 million in revenue versus $531 million expected, according to Refinitiv. Several firms, including JPMorgan, Piper Sandler, UBS and Wedbush lowered their ratings on the stock following the earnings report. While Citi analyst Tyler Radke maintained a buy rating, he cut his price target from $389 a share to $231, calling the report, "one of the biggest [software as a service] whiffs in recent memory." "The pandemic tailwinds came to a much faster than expected halt for DocuSign, catching...
    The exterior of the headquarters of biotechnology company Biogen in Cambridge, MA is pictured on March 21, 2019.John Tlumacki | Boston Globe | Getty Images DocuSign – Shares of the electronic signature company surged 17% after beating on the top and bottom lines of its quarterly earnings. DocuSign earned 44 cents per share on revenue of $469 million. Analysts expected earnings of 28 cents per share on revenue of $438 million, according to Refinitiv. DocuSign also gave second-quarter and full-year revenue guidance above estimates. Pershing Square Tontine Holdings – Billionaire investor Bill Ackman's blank-check company is trading about 11% lower after confirming it's in talks to buy 10% of Universal Music Group for about $4 billion. Pershing said deal will not result in a merger and Universal will move forward with its plans to be listed on the Euronext Amsterdam in the third quarter. AMC Entertainment – The meme stock swung wildly in Friday's volatile session and last traded up nearly 2%. AMC is set to end the week with a gain north of 100% as retail traders piled into...
    In this article AVGO DOCU CRWD AMC CrowdStrike IPO at the Nasdaq exchange June 12, 2019.Source: NasdaqCheck out the companies making headlines after the bell: AMC Entertainment — AMC Entertainment was on the move again after a volatile trading session. Shares fell 7% after hours after closing down nearly 18% in the regular session. The movie theater operator said Thursday morning it was going to sell 11.5 million shares only to announce several hours later it already completed its stock offering, raising $587.4 million in additional capital. CrowdStrike — Shares of the cybersecurity technology company gained nearly 1% in extended trading on Thursday after reporting better-than-expected earnings. CrowdStrike earned 10 cents per share, higher than the expected 6 cents per share, according to Refinitiv. Revenue came in at $302.8 million, higher than the expected $291.4 million. DocuSign — Shares of the electronic signature company rose more than 6% in extended trading after beating on the top and bottom lines of its quarterly earnings. DocuSign earned 44 cents per share on revenue of $469 million. Analysts expected earnings of 28...
    A customer exits a Big Lots store in Clifton, New Jersey.Emile Wamsteker | Bloomberg | Getty Images Check out the companies making headlines in midday trading. Big Lots — The retail stock sank 9% after the company declined to give guidance as part of its third-quarter earnings report. Big Lots beat analyst expectations on the top and bottom lines, according to FactSet, but the company said in a release that "it does not have sufficient visibility to provide fourth quarter guidance." CEO Bruce Thorn also said in a release that he expected business to "moderate" in the fourth quarter due to a longer holiday shopping season. Carvana – The online car retailer jumped more than 4% following a bullish call from Jefferies. The firm launched coverage of the stock with a "buy" rating, noting that the company operates in a "massive addressable market ripe for disruption." DocuSign – Shares of the electronic signature company popped more than 5% after beating on the top and bottom lines of its quarterly results. DocuSign posted earnings of 22 cents per share on revenue...
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