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The insurance company trades down 7% after beating estimates by 9 cents a share.
The toolmaker beats earnings estimates as it sees strong demand in two product lines.
The non-prime residential mortgage provider saw gains from interest income and loan sales.
Movie Gallery will acquire the movie rental chain for $13.25 a share.
Robert Merritt can't take any more of these micromanaging accounting rules makers.
The credit reporting company beats first-quarter numbers.
The auto parts company sees its shares slip, though.
The stock drops after the lender posts weaker first-quarter numbers.
An Irishman ascends the top ranks of the chip outfit's tech department.
The numbers come as rivals CVS and Walgreen post blowout March sales gains.