Wednesday's Late Winners & Losers

ADC Telecommunications climbs on an earnings beat.
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Earnings reports out of various sectors helped guide Wednesday's mixed after-hours trading session, and among the winners was Minnesota's

ADC Telecommunications

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ADC's shares climbed 3.2% to $17.85 after the networking-equipment maker

trounced Street expectations

for the quarter ended May 4 with per-share income of 35 cents, excluding items. Analysts polled by Thomson Financial were looking for 24 cents a share.

Martek Biosciences


, a nutritional-products maker based in Columbia, Md., saw a 2-cent income slide from last year to 15 cents a share, or $4.9 million, in the second quarter, but this squared with estimates. Revenue gained 9.2% on last year at $76.7 million to squeak past the consensus. Shares recently lifted by 2.6%, or 58 cents, to $22.60.

On the postclose losing side, however, Las Vegas gambling-equipment maker

Shuffle Master


slid 5.4% to $18.55 after posting dime-a-share earnings in the fiscal second quarter. This compares with a heavy year-ago loss, but analysts were seeking 13 cents a share.

Brinker International

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which operates Chili's, Macaroni Grill and other chain restaurants, was also falling on disappointing results. The Dallas-based company reported a May comparable-sales decline of 2.8%, after which shares slumped 49 cents, or 1.5%, to $31.85.

Employment Web site

Monster Worldwide

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was also on the downswing after announcing that its chief financial officer, Lanny Baker, will leave the company. Timothy Yates will replace him. This, together with the departure of another executive, is expected to cost $3 million in the second quarter. Shares gave up 2.5% to $44.70.