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NetApp (NTAP) reported earnings 30 days ago. What's next for the stock? We take a look at earnings estimates for some clues.
A Silicon Valley hyperconverged storage startup with $160 million in venture capital backing is setting up shop in Raleigh, with plans to grow to the triple digits by the end of the year. “This office will become pretty huge in no time,” says CEO and founder Mohit Aron Monday. Aron says Raleigh was the obvious choice – and that no other metros were even considered for its east coast hub.
What Drove Hewlett Packard Enterprise's Fiscal 1Q18 Revenue? HPE expects to return $7 billion to its shareholders in the form of dividends and share repurchases between fiscal 2018 and fiscal 2019. It also expects to increase its quarterly dividend by 50% in fiscal 3Q18 and make share repurchases of ~$5.5 billion by the end of fiscal 2019.
What Drove Hewlett Packard Enterprise's Fiscal 1Q18 Revenue?Hewlett Packard Enterprise reported revenue of $7.7 billion in fiscal 1Q18
NetApp announced its fiscal Q3 earnings on February 14, reporting 8% annual growth in net revenue to $1.5 billion. Through the course of the current fiscal year, NetApp has witnessed solid revenue growth, driven by the company’s Strategic Product segment.
NetApp Inc. (NASDAQ: NTAP ) reported a top-and-bottom line beat in its fiscal third quarter , but shares initially lost more than 7 percent mostly due to a decline in gross margins. The sell-off represents ...
NetApp posted earnings that beat views but implied a reduction in gross margins that could impact profitability.
Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Thursday: Cisco Systems Inc., up $1.99 to $44.08 The technology company had a solid second quarter and said it will buy back $25 billion in stock. Teva ...
Here are some things going on today in your world of tech: Apple’s China challenge Apple's (AAPL) iPhone did better in China than some expected in the December, quarter, as reported a couple weeks ago, and Morgan Stanley’s Katy Huberty expects the momentum to continue in 2018. After reviewing various market data points for the China smartphone market, she concludes "this iPhone cycle is not the ‘supercycle' we previously expected." Nevertheless, she writes, "we continue to believe that the accelerating adoption of Apple's highest end iPhone in the worlds largest smartphone market will drive active smartphone market share gains for Apple in the periods ahead." How Qualcomm listened Yesterday afternoon we heard from Qualcomm (QCOM) about its meeting with Broadcom (AVGO), in a press release, and this morning comes a report by Reuters’s Greg Roumelioris stating that Broadcom management felt Qualcomm “listened to them but did not engage,” citing multiple unnamed sources.