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Friday's Earnings

Strong Yen, Playstation2 Hurt Sony Results

Sony's net loss widened to $339.4 million.

Ericsson Reports Profits Jump $681.3 Million

The company reported strong demand for its core network equipment.

U S West Soars Past Expectations as Earnings Rise 13%

The company said subscribers for its data and wireless businesses rose 167%, passing the 1.2 million mark.

Louisiana-Pacific Tops Estimates by 11 Cents

Sales surged 30%.

Also Friday

Starbucks

(SBUX) - Get Report

lost its after-hours perk, despite

reporting second-quarter earnings of 12 cents a share, in line with the 21-analyst estimate and up from the year-ago 10 cents. The coffee shop chain said same-store sales were up 10% over the year-ago period, while revenue came in at $505 million, up 34% from the year-ago $376 million. Starbucks also upped its fiscal 2000 domestic licensed store opening goal to 200 from 100, and upped its international target to 150 from 100.

Conseco

(CNC) - Get Report

posted first-quarter earnings of 30 cents a share, including 13 cents related to the

Tritel

(TTEL)

venture capital investment. The 10-analyst estimate was for 56 cents. Operating earnings in the year-ago period, excluding a gain on sale, were 54 cents. The company also announced that CEO Stephen Hilbert and CFO Rollin Dick have resigned. Conseco said the the drop in earnings was partly due to a change in the way its loan unit, Conseco Finance, formerly Green Tree Financial, accounts for profits on securitized loans.

Electronic Data Systems

(EDS)

reported first-quarter earnings of 47 cents a share, in line with the 17-analyst estimate and up from the year-ago 36 cents. EDS said revenues in the first quarter increased 5% to $4.5 billion from the year-ago quarter. The company, which said it was comfortable with second-quarter and 2000 earnings estimates, attributed the strong earnings to successful restructuring in 1999 and its growing eSolutions unit.

Thursday's Earnings

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Monday's Earnings

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