Asked about the patent sale on the company's earnings call Wednesday evening, Chen confirmed speculation BlackBerry has reached an agreemnt on a sale price, while declining to respond to a question about the parties involved.
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Couchbase said its annualized recurring revenue rose by 20%, year over year, to $115.2 million.
UiPath trumpeted its high retention rate of 144% in its second quarter reporting as a public company.
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There have been "a lot of questions" whether DocuSign could keep up high growth, but better-than-expected fiscal Q2 results were "a nice reassurance to give our investors," says CEO Dan Springer.
Veeva said its Veeva Vault product will be "a strong engine for growth to 2025 and beyond."
Nutanix said Nutanix's annualized recurring revenue rose by 83% to $878.7 million.
40 years ago, almost to the day, I interviewed with Digital Equipment Corp. and two weeks later reported for work. After the tremendous advances since then, I have to wonder, where will we be in 40 years?
Peloton was upbeat about the opportunity in corporate wellness, though the number of workouts per person trended down in the quarter. The company cut the price of its entry-level bike.
Snowflake said its remaining performance obligation, a measure of backlog, rose 122% to $1.5 billion. The company raised its forecast for the year's product revenue growth.
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Jason Perlow and Jason Cipriani cover their top tech gift recommendations this holiday season in this week's episode of Jason Squared. Read more: https://zd.net/2OV0Xu0
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