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Amgen Meets Expectations, Raises Forecast for 2000
Net income rose to $266 million, or 25 cents a diluted share, from $247 million, or 23 cents per share a year earlier.
Lockheed Martin's Revenue Falls 10%, but Beats Expectations
The company also reached a tentative contract agreement with 2,300 workers striking its F-16 fighter aircraft operations.
Nortel's Profits Soar 80%, Exceeding Estimates
Revenue for the company's high-speed fiber-optic Internet business also grew 150%.
Compaq Meets Expectations as Earnings Climb 16%
Revenue rose 1% to $9.51 billion from $9.42 billion a year ago.
Ancor Communications Surges After Inking Deal With EMC
The company will provide its fiber channel switches for use in EMC's storage network.
Cardinal Health Exceeds Estimates by a Penny
Earnings rose 24% to $199 million.
Chubb Earnings Decline, Missing Estimates
Extreme weather was blamed.
Pharmacia Earnings Strengthen, Meeting Expectations
The results were helped by strong sales of the company's main drugs.
CBS Reports a Narrower-Than-Expected Loss as Revenue Soars 36%
The company said revenue was $2.4 billion, vs. $1.8 billion a year ago.
Procter & Gamble Meets Reduced Expectations
The company earned $753 million, or 52 cents a diluted share, including $170 million in corporate restructuring.
3M Beats Estimates as Earnings Climb 27%
The company expressed confidence it would surpass sales and earnings targets for 2000.
Columbia/HCA Healthcare Easily Tops Estimates
Earnings increased 13% from a year ago.
Big Oil Companies Get Windfall From High Crude Prices
Earnings from exploration and discovery greatly offset the lower earnings from refining, marketing and distribution.
SBC, Bell Atlantic Profits Rise vs. Year Ago
Strong demand boosted the numbers.
Omnicom Surpasses Expectations by a Penny
The strong quarter marks Omnicom's 35th consecutive quarter of year-over-year growth in revenue and earnings.
Xerox Beats Lowered Expectations
However, the numbers were much lower than last year's quarter.
posted first quarter earnings of 8 cents a share, including a loss of 1 cent a share, well above the seven-analyst estimate of 1 cent and up from the year-ago 7 cents a share. The company said its outlook for the full year remains positive and it sees 2000 revenue growth at about 5% with EPS up 10%, excluding items.
posted a first-quarter loss of 35 cents a share including a gain. The two-analyst expected loss was 34 cents, while the year-ago loss was 41 cents.