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

TUESDAY'S EARNINGS

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

Top Line:

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

Earnings:

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.

Outlook:

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

latest Barnes & Noble stock

action here.

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.

Earnings:

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.

Outlook:

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

Trina Solar stock action

here.

Burger King (BKC) Misses Sales Estimates

Top Line:

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

Earnings:

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.

Outlook:

No specific outlook was provided.

Share Performance:

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

Burger King stock action

here.

-- Reported by Shanthi Venkataraman in New York.

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