Before you go off to sleep the untroubled sleep of one who expects and humbly accepts a
rate hike, take a look at these post-close items:
In a move likely to resonate across the online landscape, Internet access provider
moved away from $19.95-a-month flat-fee pricing with a new multi-tiered pricing policy. The tiers will start at $24.95 a month and will range up to thousands of dollars a month.
said it agreed to buy
for $225 million in stock. Lam also said it expects to report a loss of $1.40 per share for the third quarter ending March 31, citing a $10 million to $15 million shortfall and a writedown of old inventory.
was looking for 6 cents in earnings, compared with $1.28 a year earlier.
After a day of earnings warnings, some more followed the closing bell.
International Imaging Materials
said its fourth-quarter earnings will be 28 cents to 30 cents per share, down from 34 cents last year and below the First Call expectation of 37 cents.
said its fourth-quarter earnings will be 10 cents or 11 cents per share, compared with 17 cents last year and a First Call view of 19 cents.
said it signed a definitive agreement to acquire privately held
in a $26 million stock-for-stock deal.
said its Bradycor drug for traumatic brain injuries showed no significant effect in a Phase II clinical test and will not be developed.
said it will oppose the intervention of the
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
in a sex discrimination case against the company.
By John J. Edwards III