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Palo Alto Networks Inc (PANW.N)

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23 Feb 2018
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Palo Alto Networks Q1 non-gaap earnings per share $0.74
Tuesday, 21 Nov 2017 

Nov 20 (Reuters) - Palo Alto Networks Inc ::Palo Alto Networks reports fiscal first quarter 2018 financial results.Q1 non-gaap earnings per share $0.74.Q1 gaap loss per share $0.70.Q1 revenue $505.5 million versus I/B/E/S view $489 million.Q1 earnings per share view $0.69 -- Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S.Sees Q2 2018 non-gaap earnings per share $0.78 to $0.80.Sees FY 2018 non-gaap earnings per share $3.35 to $3.41.Sees FY 2018 revenue $2.145 billion to $2.185 billion.Sees FY 2018 revenue up 22 to 24 percent.Sees Q2 2018 revenue $518 million to $528 million.Sees Q2 2018 revenue up 23 to 25 percent.Palo Alto Networks Inc - ‍announced appointment of Kathy Bonanno as company's next chief financial officer​.Q2 earnings per share view $0.77, revenue view $519.9 million -- Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S.FY 2018 earnings per share view $3.32, revenue view $2.15 billion -- Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S.  Full Article

Palo Alto Networks posts Q3 non-gaap EPS of $0.42
Friday, 27 May 2016 

Palo Alto Networks Inc : Q4 earnings per share view $0.50, revenue view $389.5 million -- Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S . Palo alto networks reports fiscal third quarter 2016 financial results . Q3 non-gaap earnings per share $0.42 . Q3 gaap loss per share $0.80 . Q3 revenue $345.8 million versus i/b/e/s view $339.5 million . Q3 earnings per share view $0.42 -- Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S . Sees q4 2016 non-gaap earnings per share $0.48 to $0.50 . Sees q4 2016 revenue $386 million to $390 million .Sees q4 2016 revenue up 36 to 37 percent.  Full Article

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