In this video from Thursday's edition of Investor Beat, host Alison Southwick and Motley Fool One analyst Jason Moser dig into the top business stories from today's market for Foolish investors.
Twitter plummeted this morning following its earnings release, even though the company beat both top- and bottom-line expectations. The problem for Twitter this quarter was that it only added 9 million new users. Dunkin' Donuts delivered a great big heart-shaped donut to investors, announcing that fourth-quarter earnings rose 23%. The company also upped its dividend. And Pandora had its most-profitable quarter since going public, but it still took a beating after reporting fourth-quarter earnings, due to less-than-rosy guidance for next quarter. In this segment, Jason and Alison discuss three stocks making moves on the market today.
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