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Amazon Reports Narrower-Than-Expected Loss, Beating Estimates by a Penny
The company added 3.1 million new customers and reported sales of $574 million.
Oxford Surpasses Expectations by 8 Cents as Shares Rally
The strong quarter was attributed to capital restructuring and lower-than-expected medical and administrative costs.
Anheuser-Busch Earnings Strengthen on Beer Sales
Sales rise in spite of price increase, boosting margins.
Sara Lee Meets Expectations as Earnings Rise 7%
Growth was based on the company's solid performance of its main brands and recent coffee acquisitions.
McKesson Shares Fall on Disappointing Earnings Results
Revenue rose to $9.3 billion from $8.3 billion a year ago.
Interpublic Group Profits Jump 27%, Beating Estimates by 2 Cents
The ad agency credited new business, acquisitions and cost containment for the better-than-expected earnings.
More Energy Companies Benefit From Oil and Gas Inflation
Chevron, Kerr-McGee and Unocal all beat estimates.
Viacom Easily Tops Estimates
Units MTV and Showtime had stellar quarters.
Nextel Tops Estimates
A sharp increase in revenue boosted the data.
posted first-quarter earnings of 47 cents a share, which includes special items. This compares to the year-ago report of 41 cents. The eight-analyst estimate expected the company to post earnings of 34 cents.
posted first-quarter earnings of 6 cents a share, topping the 24-analyst estimate of a 3-cent profit and surpassing the year-ago report of 4 cents a share. The online auctioneer said its first-quarter sales tallied $85.8 million, doubling the year-ago result of $42.8 million. eBay also set a 2-for-1 stock split.
reported pro forma earnings for its fiscal fourth quarter of $85.8 million, or 11 cents per share, a penny
better than the 10 cents per share Wall Street had expected. The Canadian- and Silicon Valley-based maker of fiber-optics equipment for the telecommunications industry reported revenue of $394.6 million, 40% above sales in the quarter ended Dec. 31, and 2 1/2 times the pro forma sales in the year-earlier period. The company's results reflect the performance of three acquired companies but exclude the affects of accounting charges related to those and other acquisitions.
Including merger-related and other costs, JDS Uniphase reported a net loss of $240.9 million, or 32 cents per share. The company's stock surged 13, or 16%, Tuesday to 93 5/16, on the strength of a strong earnings report earlier in the day from competitor
. Shares of momentum-investor darling JDS Uniphase -- colorful traders believe its stock symbol stands for "Just Don't Sell Us" -- remain 39% below their March 7 high of a split-adjusted 153 3/8.
posted fourth-quarter earnings of $1.52 a share, which includes special items. This compares to the year-ago loss of 22 cents a share, which also included extraordinary items. Excluding items, the 13-analyst estimate expected the company to report earnings of 29 cents.