NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- It's a cloudy day for Salesforce's () investors as shares of the customer relations software company are down 9.5%.
Salesforce reported earnings a bit above consensus estimates and guided next quarter higher, but investors are worried about slowing organic growth that does not justify the current sky-high valuation.
On the other side of the performance spectrum is Aruba Networks (), which announced 44% revenue growth and raised earnings guidance for next year. Its stock advanced 2% on the news.
In other tech earnings news, Marvell Technology () reported a 24% decline in earnings, but still managed to beat the Street's estimates by a smidge. Its shares advanced 7%.
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