posted a first-quarter loss of 17 cents a share, wider than the single-analyst
forecast for a loss of a nickel but narrower than the year-ago loss of 22 cents.
In other news:
Guess this week's dense earnings news has got company PR folks maxed out (we know we are) because the above and the following are it for after-the-bell company news.
Trinity I Fund
objected to bylaw amendments adopted today, calling them "entirely inadequate." Trinity filed a consent solicitation earlier this month after saying the company received a premium offer from an unnamed suitor but didn't respond to the bid.
will be added to the
S&P MidCap 400
index after the closing bell April 26, replacing
completed a tender offer for 95.7% of U.S. Filter's shares yesterday.
, which makes software that allows banks to offer banking and financial services over the Internet, said it hopes to raise $49 million through an IPO. The company has applied to be traded on the
Nasdaq Stock Market
under the symbol NFNT.