The Stitch Fix application for download in the Apple App Store on a smartphone.
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Check out the companies making headlines after the bell.
CrowdStrike — Shares of the global cybersecurity firm rose 6% after fourth-quarter earnings and revenue beat Wall Street estimates. CrowdStrike reported adjusted earnings per share of 47 cents, which Refinitiv said beat analyst estimates of 43 cents. The company’s revenue also beat expectations, coming in at $637 million, compared to the $625 million expected by analysts. CrowdStrike also offered strong earnings and revenue guidance for the current quarter and full year.
Stitch Fix — Shares of the online personalized styling service company fell 5.4% after a disappointing earnings report. The company reported a loss per share of 58 cents, which Refinitiv said was more than analysts’ estimated 34 cents. Stitch Fix’s revenue of $412 million also fell short of the analyst consensus estimate of $414 million.
Cricut — The company’s share of smart cutting machines jumped nearly 1.7% after fourth-quarter revenue beat analysts’ expectations. Cricut reported revenue of $280.8 million, surpassing the consensus estimate of $261 million, according to FactSet. The company reported earnings per share of 5 cents, which was one cent lower than Wall Street had forecast. Cricut reported an increase in users and paid subscribers from a year ago.
Maxeon Solar Technologies — Shares of the Singapore-based solar panel company rose 8%. While it reported larger losses per share than analysts surveyed by FactSet expected, it reported revenue of $323.5 million, which is higher than analyst estimates of $315.7 million.