|Bid||181.75 x 1100|
|Ask||181.80 x 1200|
|Day's Range||179.01 - 182.50|
|52 Week Range||137.30 - 207.98|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||1.58|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings Date||Feb 09, 2020 - Feb 13, 2020|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||190.65|
HubSpot Inc (NYSE: HUBS ) seems well-positioned to gain share in a large target market and generate sustainable growth, according to Mizuho. The Analyst Mizuho’s Siti Panigrahi initiated coverage of HubSpot ...
HubSpot, a leading growth platform, today revealed a set of new features in Marketing Hub Enterprise, giving growing companies something scarcely available in today's market: powerful enterprise marketing software that is also delightfully easy to use. New revenue attribution reporting, AI-powered A/B testing, partitioning, and account-based marketing tools now available in Marketing Hub Enterprise empower companies to execute their boldest 2020 marketing plans, without the outdated user experience that comes with legacy systems.
It has been a fantastic year for equity investors as Donald Trump pressured Federal Reserve to reduce interest rates and finalized the first leg of a trade deal with China. If you were a passive index fund investor, you had seen gains of 31% in your equity portfolio in 2019. However, if you were an […]
There are now 11 executives holding a “chief” job title in HubSpot’s management team, following the addition of the company’s first-ever chief customer officer. For comparison, enterprise software maker PTC Inc. counts only four chiefs.
HubSpot, a leading growth platform, announced today that Yamini Rangan will become the company's first-ever Chief Customer Officer, effective January 8, 2020. Rangan joins HubSpot from Dropbox, where she served as Chief Customer Officer. In this new role, she will unite the marketing, sales, and services teams around the customer, creating a cohesive experience to help fulfill HubSpot's mission of helping millions of companies grow better.
Glassdoor’s annual rankings for “best places to work” in 2020, released on Tuesday has dropped big tech companies like Facebook and Google out of the top 10 list. Facebook, which secured the No. 1 spot in Glassdoor rankings three times in the past 10 years, ended in the 23rd spot this year, down from the 7th spot last year.
(Bloomberg) -- Big tech companies like Facebook Inc. and Alphabet Inc.’s Google, long seen as some of the world’s most desirable workplaces offering countless perks and employee benefits, are losing some of their shine.The Silicon Valley companies dropped out of the Top 10 “best places to work” in the U.S., according to Glassdoor’s annual rankings released Tuesday. HubSpot Inc., a cloud-computing software company, grabbed the No. 1 ranking while tech firms DocuSign Inc. and Ultimate Software were three and eight, respectively.Facebook, which has been rated as the “best place to work” three times in the past 10 years, was ranked 23rd. It’s the social-media company’s lowest position since it first made the list in 2011 as the top-rated workplace. Facebook, based in Menlo Park, California, was ranked seventh last year.Google, voted “best place to work” in 2015 and a Top-10 finisher the previous eight years, came in at No. 11 on Glassdoor’s list. Apple Inc., once a consistent Top-25 finisher, was ranked 84th. Amazon Inc., which has never been known for a positive internal culture, failed to make the list for the 12th straight year.Microsoft Corp. was one of the lone big technology companies to jump in the rankings. The Redmond, Washington-based software company moved to No. 21 from 34 a year ago. A few technology companies made the list for the first time, including SurveyMonkey at No. 33, Dell Technologies Inc. at No. 67 and Slack Technologies Inc. at No. 69.Twenty companies on the list have their headquarters in the San Francisco Bay Area, more than any other metro area, Glassdoor said.The annual list ranks companies using employee reviews on areas such as compensation, benefits, culture and senior management. Many of the big tech companies, including Facebook and Google, have been criticized this year for a myriad of issues, and in some cases employees have publicly opposed executive decisions.At Google, employees have protested against the company on a number of topics, including the company’s “intimidation” tactics against worker organizers. The results of an internal employee poll at the internet search giant, reported by Bloomberg in February, showed that fewer employees were inspired by Chief Executive Officer Sundar Pichai’s vision than a year earlier. It also found fewer workers believe senior management could successfully lead the company into the future.At Facebook, which just like Google provides employees with perks including free meals, corporate transportation and laundry services, workers have pushed back internally against leadership on some policy issues, such as the decision not to fact-check political advertisements.(Updates with new tech entrants in the fifth paragraph.)To contact the reporter on this story: Kurt Wagner in San Francisco at email@example.comTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Jillian Ward at firstname.lastname@example.org, Andrew Pollack, Molly SchuetzFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.
HubSpot, Inc. (NYSE:HUBS) shareholders might be concerned after seeing the share price drop 23% in the last quarter...
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CAMBRIDGE, Mass. , Nov. 13, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- HubSpot (NYSE: HUBS), a leading growth platform, today announced that Kate Bueker , the Company's Chief Financial Officer, and Charles MacGlashing , the ...
Massachusetts is home to 36 of the 500 companies making this year’s ranking, with three local firms making the top 100 — including the No. 2 spot.
In his "No-Huddle Offense" segment of Mad Money Wednesday night and his Real Money column, Jim Cramer pondered when the market will stop punishing the cloud stocks. Cramer said most investors have probably never heard of HubSpot, which raises the question, why do you need this stock in your portfolio? The problem is that for many momentum investors, it's simply too easy to sell HubSpot and move into any number of its rivals, of which there are many.
Hubspot (HUBS) third-quarter results benefit from expanding customer base, and robust growth in Subscription revenues. Moreover, raised 2019 view bodes well.
HubSpot earnings and revenue for the third quarter topped analyst estimates, while company revenue guidance met Wall Street targets. HubSpot stock slipped in extended trading late Tuesday.
HubSpot Inc. shares declined in the extended session Tuesday after the software company's fourth-quarter outlook fell short of Wall Street estimates even as third-quarter results beat. HubSpot shares fell 5.8% after hours, following a 1.8% decline to close the regular session at $151.57. HubSpot said it expects adjusted earnings of 40 cents to 42 cents a share on revenue of $180.3 million to $181.3 million for the fourth quarter. Analysts surveyed by FactSet expect earnings of 44 cents a share on revenue of $180.8 million. The company reported a third-quarter loss of $15 million, or 35 cents a share, compared with $18.7 million, or 48 cents a share, in the year-ago period. Adjusted earnings were 32 cents a share. Revenue rose to $173.6 million from $131.8 million in the year-ago period. Analyst surveyed by FactSet had forecast earnings of 24 cents a share on revenue of $168.8 million.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. , Nov. 5, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- HubSpot, Inc. (NYSE: HUBS), a leading growth platform, today announced financial results for the third quarter ended September 30, 2019 . Financial Highlights: ...
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Nov. 4, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- HubSpot, a leading growth platform, announced today that it has acquired PieSync, the fastest-growing real-time intelligent customer data synchronization platform. PieSync is one of the only iPaaS offerings that provides both a current and historical two-way sync of customer data that operates in the background, freeing up precious time so companies can focus their energy on their customers instead of their software. "The HubSpot platform has grown significantly over the past four years, with more than 300 integrations now available to customers.
HubSpot's (HUBS) third-quarter performance is likely to have benefited from well defined-diversified subscription services at different user levels for its CRM, Sales Hub, Service Hub and Marketing Hub offerings.
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Today we will run through one way of estimating the intrinsic value of HubSpot, Inc. (NYSE:HUBS) by taking the...