Shares of Bill.com (NYSE: BILL) were climbing today after the back-office software company posted strong third-quarter results, beating analyst estimates, and said it would acquire Divvy, a privately held leader in spend management for small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs), for $2.5 billion. Bill.com, which makes cloud software that helps companies handle back-office accounting and billing, said core revenue jumped 62% to $58.6 million, while overall revenue, which includes the interest on funds held for customers, rose 45% to $59.7 million. Its adjusted loss of operations expanded as interest revenue fell in the quarter and the company continued to invest in areas like research and development.
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(Reuters) -The U.S. Supreme Court again tightened the reins on organized labor on Wednesday, declaring in a case brought by two fruit companies that a decades-old California regulation that let union organizers enter agricultural properties without an employer's consent violated constitutional property rights. The 6-3 ruling, with the court's conservative justices in the majority, overturned a 2019 lower court decision throwing out the challenge to the regulation by the companies in the most populous U.S. state. The court found that the regulation, which gave union organizers access to the companies' workers, was akin to the government taking private property for public use without just compensation in violation of the U.S. Constitution's Fifth Amendment.
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