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|Bid||46.49 x 1200|
|Ask||47.20 x 900|
|Day's Range||45.08 - 47.21|
|52 Week Range||35.06 - 68.35|
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The new leader discusses staffing and recruiting in the pricey Bay Area as well as his favorite rock bands and the benefits he gets from performing in his own improv troop, Butter Boost.
Shares of DocuSign Inc. are up 3.3% in Tuesday morning trading after Morgan Stanley analyst Stan Zlotsky upgraded the stock to overweight from equal-weight. "Entering 2019, [the] DocuSign story remains the same, but at [a] much more attractive valuation," he wrote. "We continue to see a conservative near-term setup and long-term sustainable runway of profitable growth, which is now ~35% cheaper." Zlotsky raised his price target to $53 from $42. DocuSign shares have risen 1.9% over the past three months, while the S&P 500 has dropped 5.6%.
The Berkeley company raised $12 million in its first venture round to help major retailers use technology to operate more efficiently. Think of Amazon Go stores, but on a larger scale.
If you’ve been interested in Twilio (NYSE:TWLO), this might be your chance to buy some Twilio stock. Twilio is a great example. Granted, the strong relative performance of Twilio stock is no guarantee.
Most stocks from last year's class of Bay Area IPO companies ended the year in positive territory, with 23 of them closing 2018 above their IPO offering prices. Here's a look at all of them, as Wall Street volatility threatens the planned 2019 IPOs of a number of the most closely watched startups.
Four times as many new unicorns from the Bay Area got to their first $1 billion valuations this year than the number that exited through an IPO or sale. Here's a look at all 32 of them.
With Uber, Lyft, and other big startups expected to IPO in 2019, Twilio’s experience offers positive lessons in how to be public.
DocuSign (DOCU) is seeing positive earnings estimate revisions, suggesting that it could be a solid choice for investors.
Tech IPOs of companies valued at more than $1 billion are seeing something of a mini-boom. Called "unicorns," these initial public offerings have soared to 38 this year, the largest volume since the height dotcom bubble in 2000. This number is likely to soar even higher in 2019 even amid warning signs of a more bearish market, according to IPO market watchers, per the Wall Street Journal.
Its recent acquisition of SpringCM appears set to catalyze Docusign (DOCU)'s financial performance. Alongside partnerships with a variety of popular applications, the acquisition could increase the company's total addressable market. Warning! GuruFocus has detected 8 Warning Signs with MSFT.
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 13, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- As part of its continued commitment to help organizations connect and automate how they prepare, sign, act on, and manage agreements, DocuSign (DOCU) today announced the general availability of its Winter '19 Release, showcasing innovation enhancements across the board. "The Winter '19 Release follows a year of innovation momentum from DocuSign, anchored around the System of Agreement strategy we announced in June, the SpringCM acquisition we completed in August, and our constant drive to ensure the most comprehensive experience for our 454,000 customers and hundreds of millions of users around the world," explained Ron Hirson, chief product officer at DocuSign. As part of the acquisition of SpringCM earlier this year, DocuSign now offers SpringCM Contract Management—an all-in-one solution to accelerate and simplify all stages of the agreement process across document generation, redlining, advanced workflows and document management.
During its third-quarter earnings call, management gave investors a look at its massive addressable market, surging growth in large customers, and more.
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Out of thousands of stocks that are currently traded on the market, it is difficult to determine those that can really generate strong returns. Hedge funds and institutional investors spend millions of dollars on analysts with MBAs and PhDs, who are industry experts and well connected to other industry and media insiders on top of that. Individual investors can piggyback […]
Docusign Inc (NASDAQ: DOCU ) reported its third-quarter results , which came in better than expected and management's fourth quarter and full year sales guidance also beat expectations. The Analysts JMP ...
The move reflects the digital-signature company’s relatively new status as a public company, with the right balance of diverse leadership, its CEO said.
NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / December 7, 2018 / U.S. equities finished modestly lower on Thursday as trade concerns were reignited after the arrest of a Huawei senior executive. The Dow Jones Industrial ...
The Wall Street consensus estimate was calling for a loss of 2 cents per share, according to the average estimate of six analysts who were surveyed by Zacks Investment Research. Docusign added that the company raked in revenue of $178.4 million for the period, which was also better than the $174.4 million that five analysts who were surveyed by Zacks were calling for.
Maggie Wilderotter, a seasoned telecommunications executive who joined DocuSign’s board earlier this year, is appointed chairwoman of DocuSign.
On a per-share basis, the San Francisco-based company said it had a loss of 31 cents. Earnings, adjusted for one-time gains and costs, were less than 1 cent on a per-share basis. The average estimate of ...
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 6, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- On the back of the positive third quarter FY19 earnings announced today, DocuSign (DOCU) continues to bolster its board of directors and cement the company's executive leadership structure to position itself for the next phase of growth and innovation. DocuSign offers the world's #1 e-signature solution as part of its broader System of Agreement Platform to address a potential $50bn market. "When I joined DocuSign almost two years ago, I saw the incredible potential for the company to help organizations connect and automate how they prepare, sign, act on, and manage agreements around the world—and in turn, to accelerate the process of doing business and simplify people's lives," said Dan Springer, CEO of DocuSign.