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dipped 12% to a 52-week low, after the business software provider posted declining second-quarter profits Friday. The company earned $11.6 million, or 90 cents a diluted share, compared to $16.6 million, or $1.21 a diluted share, in the year ago period. Shares dropped $11.51 to $74.07.
( ISLN) plummeted 36% Friday, after the data storage system provider cut its full-year sales outlook and offering disappointing third-quarter guidance. The company now sees sales of between $98 million and $105 million for the year, below the $118 million expected by analysts. It forecast third-quarter revenue of between $25 million and $27.5 million, short of the $31.4 million seen by analysts. Shares fell $5.37 to $9.54.
, which makes Cape Cod brand potato chips and other snack foods, on Friday jumped 13% on trading volume more than five times its three-month daily average. The company on Thursday reported second-quarter profits of $9.1 million, or 29 cents a share, from $6.2 million, or 20 cents a share, in the year-ago period. The gains exceeded the expectations of analysts polled by
, who saw earnings of 23 cents a share. Shares gained $3.04 to $26.17.
advanced 14%, after the makers of Ugg and Teva footwear upped its full-year guidance. The company now sees sales growth of 35%, up from its earlier forecast of 25%, Analysts polled by Thomson Financial expected full-year sales growth of 27%.The company also increased its expected earnings per share growth to 25%, from an earlier view of 15%, compared to analysts forecast of 19%. Shares climbed $13.21 to $107.78.
( UBH) soared 57%, after
said it would acquire it for $575 million in cash and stock. USB shares were up $8.76 to $24.05.
: Greenlight Capital, which owns 10% of mining industry services provider
Washington International Group
( WNG), opposed URS Corp.'s proposed $2.6 billion acquisition, according to a
Securities and Exchange Commission
filing Friday. Shares slipped 15 cents to $80.70.
, which produces a variety of products from cobalt and other metals, was experiencing unusual option activity ahead of an expected earnings announcement on Aug. 2.
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reports earnings Aug. 8. Analysts polled by Thomson Financial expect profits of 35 cents a share. The company just authorized $5 billion in buybacks.
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