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McAfee's shares are up sharply after it soared past analysts' expectations.
The video game publisher continued to reap the benefits of its top-selling games.
The company easily topped analysts expectations on higher sales of its IT security products.
The company's shares are up sharply after it blew away analysts' estimates in the fiscal first quarter.
The company widened its loss in the first quarter and forecasts a weak current quarter.
Weak economy fails to halt the company from racking up impressive sales and profit figures.
Shares fall after the company lowers its forecast.
Ramped-up expenses hurt the bottom line.
The video game publisher misses analyst earnings and revenue estimates in the first quarter.
A surprisingly strong U.S. market lifts the company's quarterly results.