Maria Armental, Wall Street Journal

Maria Armental

Wall Street Journal

New York, NY, United States

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Recent:
  • Wall Street Journal
Past:
  • Moneyish
  • Barron's

Recent articles by Maria:

Snowflake Revenue More Than Doubles, Boosted by Larger Customers

The Montana-based company, which went public last year and has yet to reach profitability, posted revenue of $334.4 million to generate a net loss of $154.9 million. → Read More

GlobalFoundries Says Revenue Rose 56% as Chip Shortage Continues

The financial report was the company’s first as a public company, which started trading publicly in October. → Read More

Beyond Meat Shares Fall After Disappointing Forecast Cites Uncertainty

The company says it expects revenue between $85 million and $110 million in the fourth quarter, well below analysts’ expectations. → Read More

Departing J&J Chief Alex Gorsky Joins Apple’s Board

The board appointment comes as the tech giant pushes to expand its health and wellness offerings. → Read More

GameStop’s Chief Operating Officer Departs

Former Amazon executive Jenna Owens has left the company after joining in March. → Read More

IBM’s Revenue Misses Wall Street Projections as Client Spending Slows

Total revenue for the September quarter rose to $17.62 billion, shy of analysts’ expectations as the company said its cloud business and some clients’ pause in spending weighed on its results. → Read More

In Record M&A Year, First Trillion-Dollar Year for Private Equity Within Sight

Technology deals are driving what is shaping up to be a record year for M&A, one where so-called megadeals and club deals came roaring back and helped power what is expected to be the first $1 trillion deal year for private-equity firms. → Read More

Icahn to Commence Proxy Contest, Tender Offer for Southwest Gas

The billionaire investor escalated his challenge to Southwest Gas Holdings Inc. by offering to buy shares of the Nevada utility and announcing plans to try to replace the company’s board → Read More

Barry Diller’s IAC Reaches Deal to Buy Magazine Publisher Meredith

The roughly $2.7 billion deal is a bet on online publishing that will combine brands like People, Better Homes & Gardens and Investopedia. → Read More

GM CEO Mary Barra to Lead Business Roundtable

The General Motors chief is the first woman to be named chairman of the coalition of chief executives. → Read More

Toast, Freshworks Make Strong Market Debuts

The companies are among more than a dozen expected to raise more than $5 billion through IPOs this week. → Read More

AMC’s Theater Chain Sets U.S. Labor Day Weekend Record

Marvel’s superhero movie ‘Shang-Chi’ helped boost attendance figures. → Read More

Zoom Hits $1 Billion in Quarterly Revenue

The videoconferencing-services company reported more than half a million customers with more than 10 employees. → Read More

HP, Dell See Swelling Backlogs Amid Hot Demand And Supply Shortages

HP and Dell are experiencing demand for computers that is outpacing their ability to satisfy customer orders as shortages and supply-chain issues hold back sales growth. → Read More

Bayer to Buy Vividion Therapeutics

By Maria Armental Bayer AG is buying Vividion Therapeutics Inc. in a roughly $2 billion deal that would strengthen Bayer's drug discovery capabilities. The... → Read More

HP and Dell Post Strong Profits, Point to Bullish Outlook for PCs

Robust demand for personal computers is projected to stretch into next year despite semiconductor shortages. → Read More

Airbnb’s Bookings Improve, Revenue Recovers

Company officials have said they are seeing gradual business improvement as people appear more willing to book stays, as well as an uptick in local travel. → Read More

Carson Block Calls for Delisting of Many Chinese Firms in U.S.

‘We have…roughly 400 companies from China listed in the U.S. that are literally beyond the reach of investigation and enforcement,’ the Muddy Waters founder said. → Read More

Carlyle Turns Profit as Investment Values Rise 15%

The Washington-based firm swung to a profit in the first quarter, as the value of its investments rose faster than the broader market. → Read More

Automation Software Maker UiPath’s Shares Rise 23% in Market Debut

The company’s shares rose 23% in their first day of trading, valuing the business at about $36 billion. → Read More