DocuSign Stock Crumbles After Q1 Profit Miss, Lower 2022 Billings Outlook

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By Martin Baccardax “We are not immune to the macro challenges with our customers and peer space,” said CFO Cynthia Gaylor. DocuSign (DOCU) – Get DocuSign Inc. Report shares crumbled Friday after the after the online signature vending group posted weaker-than-expected first quarter earnings and forecast muted revenue growth for the remainder of the year. DocuSign, which has been struggling to hold investor interest as pandemic-era restrictions bring more and more professionals back to the office, earned 38 cents per share over the three months ending in April, missing Street forecasts by aroun…

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