Pushpay shares spiked more than 5 per cent as the digital-giving company reported strong numbers - and new chief executive Bruce Gordon talked up M&A as a possible tool to accelerate a drive to US$1 billion annual revenue, and talked down a possible challenge from rival Blackbaud.

Earlier today, the company reported a net profit of US$6.5 million for the first half of its 2020 financial year (ending September 30) versus a net loss of US$4.4m for the year-ago period.

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