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  1. FILE PHOTO - The logo of US networks giant Cisco Systems is seen at their headquarters in Issy-les-

    Cisco quarterly revenue beats estimates

    Cisco Systems Inc reported second-quarter revenue that beat Wall Street estimates on Wednesday, as the network gear maker benefited from its shift ...
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    Bundesliga revenues up 10 percent to US$5 billion in 2017-18

  3. Mohamed Salah's Liverpool are gunning for the Premier League title

    Liverpool post £106 million world record net profit

    Liverpool posted a world record-breaking £106 million ($137 million) net profit last year even after spending £190 million on new players, ...
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    Twitter shares tumble on forecasts for weaker revenue, higher costs

    Twitter Inc reported a better-than-expected 24 percent increase in fourth-quarter revenue on Thursday, helped by growth in its video advertising ...
  5. Traders work on the floor of the NYSE in New York

    Wall Street declines as revenue forecasts disappoint

    U.S. stocks opened slightly lower on Wednesday as investors evaluated developments around U.S.-China trade talks and President Donald Trump's ...
  6. FILE PHOTO - The Electronic Arts Inc., logo is displayed on a screen during a PlayStation 4 Pro lau

    EA cuts revenue outlook after 'Battlefield' disappoints, shares dive

    Electronic Arts lowered its revenue outlook on Tuesday, hit by lackluster sales of its newly launched "Battlefield V" title which faces stiff ...
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    'Bumblebee' drives Viacom profit beat; revenue just short

  8. FILE PHOTO - The Symantec booth is seen during the 2016 Black Hat cyber-security conference in Las

    Symantec beats revenue estimates, CFO steps down

    Antivirus software maker Symantec Corp beat Wall Street estimates for revenue in the December quarter, driven by growth in its consumer business, ...
  9. FILE PHOTO: The PayPal logo is seen at a high-tech park in Beersheba

    PayPal shares fall as sales outlook misses Wall St expectations