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Zynga shares fell this morning after the company's revenues last quarter missed expectations, while chip maker NVIDIA and networking software vendor Arista both saw shares surge on strong quarterly earnings.
Despite abandoning its proposed deal with Time Warner, 21st Century Fox beat earnings expectations, while Amazon.com shares fell in response to a threat from Google and Barnes & Noble.
Shares of Sprint fell after the company abandoned its attempts to buy T-Mobile, while 21st Century Fox shares rose after it abandoned its own merger attempt with Time Warner.
BlackBerry shares rose following reports that its restructuring was completed, while GT shares jumped on full-year earnings giudance and RetailMeNot shares plummeted following disappointing earnings.
Mobileye shares rose after a strong IPO, while Groupon shares rose ahead of earnings and Apple shares fell slightly following speculation about an e-commerce partnership with Visa.
GoPro shares fell despite earnings beating consensus estimates, while Tesla and LinkedIn shares both jumped on strong results.
Analysts remain cautious after GoPro shares sank despite relatively strong second-quarter earnings.
Analysts are largely bullish on Yelp, whose stock is sinking despite posting its first-ever profitable quarter.
Glu Mobile shares tanked on projected narrower gross margins,while Sony shares rose after better than expected quarterly earnings.
The CEO of OpenText, Canada's largest software company, discusses its annual results and plans for next year.