NEW YORK (
(GRPN - Get Report) climbed 3.57% to $7.72 on Friday as investors
anticipate the company's second-quarter earnings after the closing bell.
Analysts polled by
Thomson Reuters are looking for the daily deals company to post earnings of 3 cents per share on $573.13 million in revenue.
(CRM - Get Report) landed its "largest transaction in its history," according to Piper Jaffray analyst Mark Murphy in a research note on Monday.
"This may help to explain why CEO Marc Benioff described the Q2 pipeline as 'unlike anything we've ever seen in size and scale' in May," wrote Murphy, who maintained his "overweight" rating and $207 price target.
"The unprecedented cluster of multi-year mega-deals for Salesforce.com likely signifies a changing of the guard in the enterprise software industry, as the disproportionate winner of the Cloud War exerts even greater industry-wide dominance," Murphy wrote in his note.
Shares of the enterprise cloud computing company rose 4.19% to $145.70 on Monday.
Research In Motion
shares suffered on Monday, falling 2.17% to $8.11, on rumors that the BlackBerry maker will
3,000 workers next week.
The company announced plans to
reduce its workforce
by roughly 30%, alongside first-quarter earnings released in June.
In similar news,
said it will
20% of the work force at
, a cellphone maker it purchased in May, in an effort to return the unit to profitability.
Shares of the Internet giant climbed 1.98% to $654.69 on Monday.
--Written by Nathalie Pierrepont in New York.
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