John J. Edwards III
You could be reading this collection of post-close items on a cheaper computer if the subject of our first item has its way:
plans to introduce a high-powered computer priced at $799 without monitor, which would be an industry low, according to the trade publication
. The computer would be based on a 166MHz version of
said they signed a letter of intent to form a joint venture to operate certain departments in Value City stores. The proposed joint venture had $110 million in revenue last year, according to Mazel.
reported first-quarter earnings of 61 cents per share, short of the
estimate of 66 cents. The utility company earned 66 cents a year ago.
(DQE:NYSE), surprised on the upside. The
parent reported first-quarter earnings of 58 cents per share, 2 cents ahead of the First Call view and better than the year-ago 55 cents.