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- MongoDB (NASDAQ:MDB) was up 18% after hours. The developer of cloud computing databases and systems reported a smaller-than-expected loss of 17 cents a share in the fiscal-fourth quarter, compared with a loss of 38 cents projected by analysts polled by Investing.com. Revenue of $86.5 million beat the estimate of $73.9 million. The company boosted guidance for its fiscal first quarter.
- Software developer Domo (NASDAQ:DOMO) reported a fourth-quarter loss of 94 cents a share. Analysts polled by Investing.com were looking for a loss of $1.24. Revenue was up 31% to $39.4 million and beat the estimate of $37.76 million. The company boosted first-quarter guidance.
- Tailored Brands (NYSE:TLRD) shares slumped after reporting a fiscal-fourth quarter loss of 28 cents a share, three cents better than the 31 cents forecast by analysts. But revenue of $785.5 million missed the $786.4 million estimate. The company, which operates the Men's Wearhouse and Jos. A. Bank retail chains, guided lower for the first quarter.
- Smart & Final Stores (NYSE:SFS) shares tumbled nearly 9% after hours. The company reported a fourth-quarter profit of 8 cents a share. Analysts polled by Investing.com were looking for earnings of 12 cents. Revenue of $1.1 billion beat the estimate of $1.09 billion. First-quarter guidance was soft.
- Cloudera (NYSE:CLDR), which makes data management software, saw shares slump about 14% after hours. The company said it lost 15 cents a share in the fourth quarter, missing the estimate of a loss of 11 cents. Revenue, however, jumped 39.6% to $144.5 million.