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The breakout tech IPO of 2016 just reported its-first ever earnings — and beat expectations (TWLO)

Cloud communications company Twilio announced its first-ever quarterly earnings ever as a public company — and, although it beat Wall Street expectations, the stock is staying flat. Here are the important numbers: Revenue of $64.5 million vs. $58 million expected Loss of $0.08 per share vs. loss of $0.14 expected. It's not affecting the stock, much, though — it's up less than 1% from its closing price after hours.
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