Nov 20- Data analytics software maker Splunk Inc reported a better-than-expected 48 percent jump in quarterly revenue as it added more customers. Splunk, which uses a Google- like interface that makes it easy to search and navigate a company's database, said revenue rose to $116 million from $78.6 million in the third quarter ended Oct. 31. Splunk said net loss...» Read More
May 29- Data analytics software maker Splunk Inc posted a bigger quarterly loss as expenses nearly doubled, sending its shares down 7 percent in extended trading. The company's net loss widened to $50.8 million, or 43 cents per share, in the quarter ended April 30 from $16.1 million, or 16 cents per share, a year earlier. Revenue jumped 50 percent to $85.9 million.
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