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The Internet search engine earns 87 cents a share in its fourth quarter, cruising past targets. Shares hit $210 after hours.
The digital video recorder shop says its president will depart on the heels of its CEO.
But will its earnings be more like Yahoo!'s or eBay's?
The entertainment giant blows away first-quarter estimates.
It rolls out two days of fun in Florida to win over skeptical investors.
Cablevision clunker; too quiet at Commerce; white shoes get scuffed; Krispy Kreme dough; the Trump card.
Financials hit targets, but subscriber growth slows as competition heats up.
The Net search juggernaut shows off its latest new toy, flaws and all.
The mail-order movie house stages a bit of a recovery.