Vera Bradley, Inc. (NASDAQ:VRA) (MarketWatch)
Vera Bradley Inc. VRA, -7.77% shares rose 1% in Wednesday premarket trading after the accessories company reported fourth-quarter earnings and revenue that beat consensus. Net income was $8.5 million, or 24 cents per share, after a loss of $3.3 million, or 9 cents per share, for the same period last year. Adjusted EPS was 33 cents per share. Revenue was $132.0 million, down from $134.8 million year-over-year. The FactSet consensus was for earnings of 32 cents per share and revenue of $130.0 million.
Mongodb Inc (NASDAQ:MDB) (CNBC)
MongoDB – MongoDB lost 40 cents per share for its latest quarter, less than the 43 cents that Wall Street analysts were anticipating, while revenue for the database software provider was also above estimates. MongoDB also gave an upbeat full year outlook.
Silicom Ltd. (NASDAQ:SILC) (Benzinga)
Silicom Ltd shares declined 15.4 percent to $34.42 after dropping 30.57 percent on Tuesday. Silicom reported that the ‘top-10 cloud player’ that awarded the company its biggest ever design win in march 2017 has aborted its order due to internal reasons.
Cesca Therapeutics Inc (NASDAQ:KOOL) (Seeking Alpha)
Thinly traded nano cap Cesca Therapeutics (NASDAQ:KOOL) is up 8% premarket on light volume in response to its announcement that subsidiary ThermoGenesis has inked a license agreement with Boyalife Group unit IncoCell Tianjin Ltd. for CAR-T and other cellular processing services that IncoCell intends to provide on a CDMO basis (contract development and manufacturing) in certain Asia Pacific countries.
Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F) (The Motley Fool)
What happened: Shares of automaker Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F) popped a good 6.1% in early trading Wednesday, before settling down to enjoy a more modest 3% gain as of 12:15 p.m EDT. For this, you can thank the friendly analysts at Morgan Stanley. So what: Investment banker Morgan Stanley made a pretty shocking pronouncement this morning. After crunching the numbers over Ford’s F-150 pickup truck sales, the analyst concluded that Ford’s F-150 business alone is worth more than the entire Ford Motor Company is selling for these days. 50% more.