Wall Street Loves Workday, But Doesn't Understand Subscription Businesses

Wall Street Loves Workday, But Doesn't Understand Subscription Businesses

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New Workday had a monster IPO last month, pricing well above the top of its range and closing its first day with a pop of nearly 75 percent, and Wall Street seemed to respond well to the company’s first quarterly earnings report on Wednesday. Founders Dave Duffield and Aneel Bhusri have...
Wall Street Loves Workday, But Doesn't Understand Subscription Businesses
                                       

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