Briefing used the GAAP earnings for some reason, making their earnings 6 cents worse. Why did Briefing use GAAP when they usually quote non-GAAP? Using non-GAAP, they beat by over 10 cents a share.
I had read expectations were loss of 17 or 18 cents. Maybe I was off by a cent or two. Expectations were 16 cents according to one poster? Anyhow they lost only 7 cents. A beat of at least 9 cents.