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August 13, 2014
15:05 EDTAZPN, CSCO, XONE, NTES, NDLS, NTAPNotable companies reporting after market close
Notable companies reporting after the market close, with earnings consensus, include Cisco (CSCO), consensus 53c; NetApp (NTAP), consensus 57c; NetEase (NTES), consensus $1.46; Aspen Technology (AZPN), consensus 21c; Noodles & Company (NDLS), consensus 15c; and ExOne (XONE), consensus (14c).
News For CSCO;NTAP;NTES;AZPN;NDLS;XONE From The Last 14 Days
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August 3, 2015
13:08 EDTNTAPEMC may prefer buying rest of VMware, Re/code reports
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July 31, 2015
11:10 EDTXONEBattleground: Analysts disagree on outlook for Stratasys
Two research firms issued ratings changes on 3D printer maker Stratasys (SSYS) this morning, with UBS downgrading the stock to Sell and Piper Jaffray upgrading the stock to Buy. The firms' notes come the day after the company reported much weaker than expected third quarter results and withdrew its full-year guidance, citing uncertainty regarding the timing of a rebound in its growth. BEARISH TAKE: The "rapid deceleration" in the growth of the 3D printing market appears to be "more than temporary," UBS analyst Steven Milunovich wrote in a note to investors today. More specifically, he believes the growth of revenue that the companies can easily obtain, mostly in prototyping, is declining. It may take more time and money than investors anticipate for 3D printing companies to benefit from the next wave of growth, i.e. advanced end-use parts, the analyst warned. Milunovich, who is skeptical about whether Stratasys will be able to meet its revenue growth target over the next 12-18 months, slashed his price target on the stock to $22 from $39. BULLISH TAKE: The longer term outlook for the 3D printing market remains strong, Piper Jaffray analyst Troy Jensen wrote in a note to investors today. Although media hype about 3D printing has been overdone and the industry increased its capacity too quickly, the sector will "return to normalized growth rates" next year, predicted Jensen. Moreover, Stratasys will grow faster than the market in 2016, given its strong upcoming products, Jensen believes. However, he trimmed his price target on the stock to $39 from $42. PRICE ACTION: In morning trading, Stratasys fell 4% to $31.38. Other stocks in the sector also dropped, with 3D Systems (DDD) declining 2.7% to $13.47 and Materialise (MTLS) losing 1.5% to $8.85. However, 3D printer maker ExOne (XONE) rose 0.8% to $9.73. Voxeljet (VJET) shares were little changed.
08:06 EDTCSCOCisco should report strong July quarter results, says Oppenheimer
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July 30, 2015
13:03 EDTXONEStratasys pulls 3D printing sector lower after retracting guidance
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July 29, 2015
10:36 EDTCSCOLockheed Martin launches healthcare technology alliance
Lockheed Martin (LMT) announced the formation of a new healthcare technology alliance, combining the expertise of health IT providers, medical technology companies, and academic institutions to advance public health. The Lockheed Martin Healthcare Technology Alliance's founding members include: Cisco (CSCO), Cloudera, Illumina (ILMN), Intel (INTC) and Montgomery College. The members of the Lockheed Martin Healthcare Technology Alliance will collaborate on technology solutions that help improve care in rapidly evolving and growing areas of health technology such as those that: secure patient medical information; leverage advances in genomic research; and apply big data solutions to improve public health.
July 28, 2015
12:33 EDTNTAP5 NetApp sales employees leave company at same time, Register reports
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July 27, 2015
11:18 EDTCSCOCisco's new CEO names Biri Singh as CTO, Kevin Brandy as CDO
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July 26, 2015
15:07 EDTCSCOCisco CEO to add 'key external hires' to management team, Barron's says
Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins told Barron's in an interview that "I think itís fair to say I bring the ability to move faster [than predecessor John Chambers] just in how I structure the teams and how I will interact with them," adding that he plans "some key external hires," potentially in cloud computing and security. The publication notes that shares of Cisco could jump "sharply higher" if investors start looking at Cisco's potential strength in the Internet-of-Things space. Reference Link
14:44 EDTCSCOAmazon cloud sales signal risk for traditional data storage, Barron's says
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July 24, 2015
06:17 EDTCSCOCisco new CEO says to exit Q4 with headcount up
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05:49 EDTNTAPStocks with implied volatility movement; NTAP JNPR
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July 23, 2015
11:54 EDTNTAPOptions with increasing call volume
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11:03 EDTNTAPNetApp call activity attributed to takeover speculation
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10:56 EDTNTAPRumor: NetApp strength attributed to takeover speculation
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06:15 EDTCSCOTechnicolor to acquire Cisco's connected devices unit for EUR550M
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July 21, 2015
14:24 EDTCSCO, NTAPEarnings Watch: EMC reports amid M&A speculation in sector
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