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Inphi tops expectations for third quarter

By   /  Thursday, November 3rd, 2016  /  Earnings, Latest news, Technology, Tri-County Public Companies  /  Comments Off on Inphi tops expectations for third quarter

Inphi beat Wall Street expectations on revenue in its third quarter earnings report. The Thousand Oaks semiconductor design company reported $70.7 million in revenue on a U.S. generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) basis, exceeding projections of $67.9 million. That was up 49 percent from $47.4 million in the third quarter of 2015. The growth of Read More →

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Dubroff: Brexit impacts will be felt in Tri-Counties

By   /  Friday, June 24th, 2016  /  Columns, Latest news  /  Comments Off on Dubroff: Brexit impacts will be felt in Tri-Counties

Henry Dubroff

Brexit has become a crisis with a long tail and more than a twinge of buyers’ remorse. As Sung Won Sohn of CSU Channel Islands pointed out in comments to the Business Times, the narrow EU exit vote victory was a boost for populism in the U.S. and  elsewhere. It could lead to the disintegration Read More →

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Amgen exceeds Wall Street expectations for first quarter earnings

By   /  Thursday, April 28th, 2016  /  Central Coast Health Watch, Earnings, Latest news, Tri-County Public Companies  /  Comments Off on Amgen exceeds Wall Street expectations for first quarter earnings

Amgen blew away Wall Street expectations and raised its 2016 guidance when it released first quarter earnings April 28. The Thousand Oaks biotech giant had profits of $2.2 billion, up from $1.91 billion during the same quarter last year. Revenues of $5.53 billion were also up from $5 billion in 2015 and surpassed analyst estimates Read More →

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Limoneira misses Wall Street expectations for fourth quarter

By   /  Monday, January 11th, 2016  /  Agribusiness, Earnings, Latest news, Tri-County Public Companies  /  Comments Off on Limoneira misses Wall Street expectations for fourth quarter

Santa Paula-based Limoneira Co. reported fiscal fourth-quarter net income of $654,000 on Jan. 11 after reporting a loss in the same period a year earlier. The company said it had profit of 4 cents per share. Losses, adjusted for non-recurring gains, came to 23 cents per share. The results did not meet Wall Street expectations. Read More →

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Deckers Outdoor beats Wall Street expectations

By   /  Thursday, October 29th, 2015  /  Earnings, Latest news, Tri-County Public Companies  /  Comments Off on Deckers Outdoor beats Wall Street expectations

Deckers Outdoor nearly hit Wall Street expectations on the nose with second quarter earnings released by the company Oct. 29. Sales jumped 1.4 percent during the second quarter from $480.3 million last year to $ 486.9 million for the Goleta-based manufacturer of outdoor footwear apparel and accessories. Analysts expected revenues of about $486.8 million. Deckers Read More →

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Dubroff: Investors should be skeptical about exchange-traded funds

By   /  Friday, September 11th, 2015  /  Columns, Personal Finance  /  Comments Off on Dubroff: Investors should be skeptical about exchange-traded funds

Exchange-traded funds are the newest, latest, greatest Wall Street creation. In the past decade and a half, they’ve grown from a niche product with just $72 billion in assets invested to a behemoth totaling $2.7 trillion. Thanks to real-time daily pricing and low fees, ETFs are rapidly supplanting mutual funds in retail accounts. But the Read More →

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China finds out the hard way that it isn’t easy to knock off No. 1

By   /  Friday, August 21st, 2015  /  Columns  /  Comments Off on China finds out the hard way that it isn’t easy to knock off No. 1

China’s sudden move to devalue its currency earlier this month has caused a lot of hand-wringing and cost hedge funds a ton of money. But it also teaches a lesson that often is learned painfully — it’s easy to lose your way when you try to be No. 1. That’s why I think the yuan Read More →

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