Fourth Quarter Financial Highlights •Adobe achieved record quarterly revenue of $1.31 billion, representing year-over-year growth of 22 percent. •Diluted earnings per share were $0.44 on a GAAP-basis, and $0.62 on a non-GAAP basis. •Digital Media Annualized Recurring Revenue (“ARR”) grew to $2.99 billion exiting the quarter, an increase of $350 million. Creative ARR grew to $2.60 billion, an increase of $310 million driven by enterprise adoption and the addition of 833 thousand net new individual and team Creative Cloud subscriptions. •Adobe Marketing Cloud achieved revenue of $352 million with strong bookings growth and a stronger-than-expected shift in customer adoption to SaaS-based solutions. •Year-over-year operating income grew 133 percent and net income grew 153 percent on a GAAP-basis; operating income grew 58 percent and net income grew 59 percent on a non-GAAP basis.
The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal tied as No. 1 among 15 major daily newspapers analyzed as part of the Media Trust Tracker, a collaboration of Brand Keys and MediaPost’s Research Intelligencer, which measures how much a user’s trust contributes to their engagement with the brand.
Interestingly, the contribution of trust among the major daily newspapers was relatively high, with a narrow margin of difference (between 80% and 88%), vs. an analysis we published in July of the major television news brands (which ranged 58% to 90%).
“Trust” in one’s newspaper (print, website and/or mobile app) accounts for 41% of newspaper brand engagement overall. The remaining 59% is accounted for via attributes and values addressing “entertainment listings and sports,” “an ability to educate and inform via news reporting, columnists, and editorial,” and providing insights into the “economy and local events and markets.”
Three thousand eight hundred six (3,806) subscribers (paper & digital) and/or “regular newsreaders” – via digital or app, 3+ times a week – evaluated their newspaper brand-of-choice. The Brand Keys Emotional Engagement Analysis determined how much the single value of trust the brands engendered among readers. The survey identified the following, with + 5% indicating significant differences at the 95% confidence level, and an evenhanded spectrum of liberal, moderate, and conservative dispositions.
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