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Twilio (TWLO) closed at $63.89 in the latest trading session, marking a +1.38% move from the prior day.
The enterprise communications company is seeking to patent a "standard compliant data collection system" for sensitive data. Essentially, this...
Twilio (TWLO) reported earnings 30 days ago. What's next for the stock? We take a look at earnings estimates for some clues.
Twilio (TWLO) strengthens its partnership with Google Cloud to bring generative AI into its customer engagement product base, which includes Flex, and improve customer experiences and satisfactions.
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SAN FRANCISCO & SUNNYVALE, Calif., June 07, 2023--Twilio Inc. (NYSE: TWLO), the customer engagement platform that drives real-time, personalized experiences for today’s leading brands, and Google Cloud today announced an expansion of their long-standing partnership to bring Google Cloud generative artificial intelligence (AI) to Twilio’s customer engagement products to improve experiences for millions of end users.
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SAN FRANCISCO, June 06, 2023--Twilio (NYSE:TWLO), the customer engagement platform that drives real-time, personalized experiences for today’s leading brands, today unveiled CustomerAI ahead of SIGNAL, its upcoming user and developer conference.
Investors have recently shown a deeper curiosity about the potential of artificial intelligence (AI). Fortunately for investors, AI will probably also help draw interest to other tech stocks. Two AI stocks that might warrant more attention are Twilio (NYSE: TWLO) and Zoom Video Communications (NASDAQ: ZM).
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A key shareholder apparently got more vocal, while an influential investor talked up the SaaS company's prospects.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is all the rage on Wall Street these days -- and much of the excitement has rightfully centered around leading semiconductor companies. Nvidia's blockbuster first-quarter results and forward guidance have spurred huge gains for its share price and helped trigger an upswing in bullish momentum across the broader market, but Ark Invest CEO Cathie Wood believes that the biggest AI investing opportunity actually lies in software right now. In a May 31 interview with Bloomberg TV, Wood said that here company was looking beyond semiconductor stocks when it comes to capitalizing on revolutionary AI trends.
Shares of Twilio (NYSE: TWLO) were moving higher today after The Information reported that an activist investor was pushing for changes in the board, inspiring hopes for a recovery in the sagging software-as-a-service (SaaS) stock. This morning, The Information reported that activist investor Legion Partners has met several times with the board of directors and management, calling on them to make changes to the board and make moves, including divestitures in order to improve the company's profitability and boost the stock price. CEO Jeff Lawson is also set to lose the supervoting status of his shares next month, reducing his voting stake from 21.8% to 3.7%, which could be a catalyst for shareholder-driven changes to the company, as that will also give activists like Legion Partners more power.
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Legion has held at least six meetings over the past few months and has discussed topics including improving cost structure, balance sheet and strategic alternatives, the report said, citing people familiar with the matter. A spokesperson for Legion confirmed to Reuters that it has been in dialogue with Twilio, adding the hedge fund is hopeful that "significant action" will be taken. Legion, known for its role in placing directors onto boards at Bed Bath & Beyond and Kohl's, owns a stake of about $40 million in Twilio, as of March 31, according to a regulatory filing.
Shares of Twilio (NYSE: TWLO) popped as much as 22.3% this week, according to data from S&P Global Market Intelligence. Popular technology stocks like Twilio are also generally rising this week, spurred by the artificial intelligence (AI) revolution. As of the market close on Thursday, May 25, shares of Twilio are up 15.4% this week but are still down 41% over the past 12 months.
The deployment of AI in the cloud communications market could give this tech stock a nice boost in the long run.
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Two stocks valued at dirt-cheap levels that I think deserve more respect are PayPal (NASDAQ: PYPL) and Twilio (NYSE: TWLO). Let's take a look at why PayPal and Twilio could be great buys now. PayPal's payment processing platform has been instrumental in e-commerce.
Cathie Wood makes it easy to follow her stock moves. Ark Invest publishes all of its daily transactions, so we know what Wood, the co-founder and CEO of the firm that specializes in aggressive growth exchange-traded funds, is buying and selling. Ark increased its stake in Twilio (NYSE: TWLO) and Palantir Technologies (NYSE: PLTR).
The software company is aiming to become profitable and is not playing games with the numbers like some of its peers.
Twilio's (NYSE: TWLO) progress toward recovery after the conclusion of 2022 has been erased. Twilio reported revenue of $1.01 billion in the first quarter, up 15% from the year prior and near the high end of guidance provided three months ago. SBC was $171 million in the first quarter, including restructuring and layoffs (more on that in a moment), up from $155 million last year.
SAN FRANCISCO & LINCOLNSHIRE, Ill., May 17, 2023--Twilio Inc. (NYSE: TWLO), the customer engagement platform that drives real-time, personalized experiences for today’s leading brands, and Camping World Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: CWH) ("Camping World"), America’s Recreation Dealer, today announced Camping World reaches customers using tools from across Twilio's Customer Engagement Platform. Twilio Engage, SMS, Voice and Segment's Customer Data Platform (CDP) are powering the brand’s personalized camp
Cathie Wood kicked off the this trading week with a little shopping. If you find yourself settling up more of your dining experiences with a Toast device scanning your payment, you're not alone. Toast is booming these days.
Fool.com contributor and finance professor Parkev Tatevosian reviews Twilio's (NYSE: TWLO) latest earnings and updates his recommendation on Twilio stock. *Stock prices used were the afternoon prices of May 11, 2023.