Recent Articles from TheStreet

Datadog, Cloud-Monitoring-Software Firm, Debuts Above IPO Target Range

5 Top Stock Gainers for Thursday: Datadog, Wynn, Ping Identity, Booking, HubSpot

Datadog, Wynn Resorts, Ping Identity, Booking Holdings and Hubspot are five top stock gainers for Thursday.

Uber Lead

Uber Stock Rises as Analysts Cut Targets but Affirm Fundamentals

While several analysts lowered their price targets on Uber, they maintained their buy ratings, based on strong fundamentals.

Fiverr Shares Jump in New York Stock Exchange Debut

Fiverr Stock Drops as 'Post-COVID Effect' to Weigh on Outlook

Fiverr says less screen time will result in lower revenue for the third quarter and year.

Weber Lead

Weber Stock Debuts at $17, Higher Than Downsized IPO Price

Shares of outdoor grill maker Weber make their debut at $17 a share.

Ping Identity Blows Past IPO Price in Cybersecurity Firm's Stock Market Debut

Ping Identity Stock Soars as Analysts Praise Revenue Growth

Ping Identity sees 'substantial growth' in annual recurring revenue.

Wayfair Beats Q3 Estimates, But Lowers Guidance

Wayfair Stock Jumps on Earnings Beat, Rise in Users

Wayfair jumped after the online home-goods retailer reported earnings ahead of analyst estimates and a nearly 20% rise in users.

Fastly Lead

Fastly Plummets as June Outage Leads to Revenue Miss and Reduced Forecast

Fastly's 'challenging 2021 worsened considerably,' one analyst says.

Dow, S&P 500, Nasdaq Hit New Records; Financials, Energy Stocks Climb

Goldman Analyst David Kostin Sees S&P 500 At 4,700 By Year End, 4,900 By End 2022

“The combination of higher-than-expected S&P 500 earnings and lower-than-expected interest rates drive our upgraded price targets,” Kostin said

Qualcomm Issues Solid Chip Guidance, but Licensing Revenues to Drop on Dispute with Apple, Others

Qualcomm Offers $37 a Share for Swedish Auto-Tech Firm Veoneer

Semiconductor titan Qualcomm offered to buy Swedish auto-technology company Veoneer for $37 a share cash.

Weber Lead

Grills Producer Weber to Make Downsized Trading Debut

For its initial public offering, grills producer Weber sold about 18 million shares at $14 each, raising $250 million.