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Barnes & Noble (BKS) - Get Barnes & Noble, Inc. Report and Trina Solar (TSL) are two of today's most notable earnings in this, TheStreet's rundown of the week's quarterly reports.


Barnes & Noble (BKS) - Get Barnes & Noble, Inc. Report Posts Higher-than-Expected Loss

Top Line:

Revenue grew 21% to $1.4 billion, shy of estimates of $1.42 billion.


Losses came in at $62.5 million, or $1.12 per share, versus a profit of $12.3 million, or 21 cents, in year-ago period. Adjusted for items, losses were $1.02 per share, still worse than estimates of 80 cents.


Barnes & Noble lowered its full-year guidance by 25 cents, now expecting to earn between 25 cents and 65 cents a share.

Share Performance:

The stock is down 3.1% at $14.54 in Tuesday morning trading. See

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Trina Solar (TSL) Ups Shipment Forecast

Top Line:

Revenue jumped 147.2% to $370.8 million, from $150 million, easily beating expectations for revenue of $338.7 million.


Profits grew to $38.7 million, or 52 cents per American depositary share, compared with year-earlier earnings of $18.9 million, or 71 cents per ADS. Results topped expectations for earnings of 49 cents per ADS.


For the current quarter, Trina Solar expects to ship between 250 MW and 260 MW of PV modules. Full year module shipments are expected in a range of 900 MW to 930 MW, compared with its prior guidance for 750 MW to 800 MW.

Share Performance:

The stock is up 2.7% in Tuesday morning trading. See latest

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Burger King (BKC) Misses Sales Estimates

Top Line:

Fourth-quarter revenue declined 1% to $623 million, missing estimates of $635.19 million.


Profits declined 17% to $49 million, or 36 cents per share, down from $58.9 million, or 44 cents per share. Analysts expected 34 cents.


No specific outlook was provided.

Share Performance:

The stock is up 1.3% at $16.84 in Tuesday morning trading. See latest

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-- Reported by Shanthi Venkataraman in New York.

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