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US Steel, formerly a darling of Trump’s trade war, plunges 15% after issuing dismal profit forecast

The steel producer said it plans to continue layoffs in its European unit to reach its goal of reducing headcount by 2,500 by the end of 2021.

FedEx tumbles 9% after slashing profit forecast, citing trade war and recession fears

FedEx now expects its full-year earnings per share to fall between $11 and $13, while analysts expected $14.73.

Aurora Cannabis tumbles double digits after saying it won’t turn a profit until next year as weed-industry earnings flag

The company said in January it hoped to reach positive earnings by the fiscal fourth-quarter, but Wednesday's release missed the profitability target.

DocuSign skyrockets 24% after smashing sales forecasts

DocuSign's specializes in providing cloud-based solutions for managing and signing agreements and contracts.

Lululemon jumps after crushing Wall Street estimates and posting 35% growth in men’s sales

The company announced it will open its second "experiential" store in Minneapolis. The Chicago flagship features a focus on wellness and self-care.
FILE PHOTO: The Slack Technologies Inc. logo is seen on a banner outside the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) during thew company's IPO in New York

Slack plummets on inaugural earnings report after saying growth will slow

The company also noted that revenue was negatively impacted by $8.2 million of credits "related to serve level disruption."

Slack stock is down 12% after its first earnings as a public company, in which it posted a big loss — including $8 million in credits to custome...

Slack beat Wall Street expectations, but its stock plunged. CEO Stewart Butterfield said the company was investing in monitoring for service outages.

Starbucks slides the most in 7 months after telling investors profit growth is slowing

The coffee chain cited the lapse of a one-time tax benefit and normalized share repurchasing volume as reasons for the lower EPS growth expectation.
Lyft COO Jon McNeill (left) is rumored to be leaving the company.

Here are the 5 biggest winners and losers of corporate earnings season

Over the last several months, thousands of public companies have reported second-quarter financial results.
Marc Benioff, CEO of Salesforce

Salesforce’s stock is up 7% after beating Wall Street’s expectations

Salesforce delivered a strong quarterly report and a rosy forecast.