Second-Quarter Earnings Announcements: IBM Exceeds Estimates by 6 Cents a Share, and More

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Earnings/Revenue Reports and Previews

Apple

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shed 4 9/16, or 7.9%, to 52 11/16 after it reported a profit of 45 cents a share, topping the 19-analyst estimate by 1 cent and exceeding the year-ago earnings of 35 cents. Apple is the maker of the edgy iMac computer, but apparently not the seller of quite enough of them: Disappointing iMac revenue led the stock to sell off in

after-hours trading.

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Bank One

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popped 2 5/8, or 8.7%, to 32 5/8 after it reported second-quarter earnings of 55 cents a share, missing the 20-analyst estimate of 64 cents and down from the year-ago 83 cents.

Chase Manhattan

(CMB)

declined 1/4 to 50 11/16 after it listed second-quarter results of 85 cents a share, beating the 17-analyst 83-cent estimate but below the year-ago $1.03 profit.

Citigroup

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jumped 1 5/16 to 68 after it posted second-quarter earnings of 87 cents a share, topping the 16-analyst 83-cent prediction and the year-ago 71-cent result. Additionally, the financial services giant announced that it plans to split its stock four-for-three, raise its quarterly cash dividend by 17% and repurchase another $5 billion worth of common stock.

Coca-Cola

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edged up 2 5/16 to 60 1/2 after it posted second-quarter earnings of 37 cents a share, topping the 16-analyst estimate of 41 cents a share and up from the year-ago 38-cent profit.

Commerce One

(CMRC)

fell 11 1/4, or 16.9%, to 55 5/16 after it reported a second-quarter loss of 10 cents a share, 3 cents narrower than the 22-analyst forecast but wider than the year-ago 9-cent loss. For more on this, check out

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Donaldson Lufkin & Jenrette

(DLJ)

skidded 13/16 to 47 3/8 after it posted second-quarter earnings of $1.15 a share, topping the six-analyst estimate of 96 cents and up from the year-ago $1.14 profit. The company said that the slumping stock market and rising interest caused a 2.1% decline in profits.

Satellite telecommunications company

GlobalStar Telecommunications

(GSTRF)

declined 1/4 to 9 1/4 after it posted a second-quarter loss of 98 cents a share, but added that billable minutes of use on its network more than doubled since the first quarter. Analyst consensus estimates pegged the loss at 80 cents a share. Spending on operations and interest expenses was $97 million, below expectations of $125 million. Revenue was $483,000, compared to last year's $177,000. GlobalStar is a mobile satellite telecommunications service.

Hubbell

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slipped 13/16 to 26 1/2 after it reported results for the second quarter with sales of $356.6 million vs. $368.6 million last year. Earnings per share were 67 cents, while analyst consensus estimates had called for 60 cents. Sales increased by 2%, driven by gains in the sale of its Wave Pacer DSL assets. Hubbell engineers, manufactures and sells electrical and electronic products for a broad range of commercial, industrial, telecommunications and utility applications.

The world's largest chip maker,

Intel

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, stumbled 4 7/8 to 138 1/8 after it listed earnings of 50 cents a share, beating the 21-analyst estimate by a penny and almost doubling the year-ago 26-cent result.

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joint newsroom covered the semiconductor giant's

earnings.

UBS Warburg upped its price target on the shares to 190 from 180.

Minimed

(MNMD)

slid 4 5/16 to 113 after it reported second-quarter earnings of 26 cents a share, edging out the 10-analyst estimate and up from the year-ago 16-cent profit. Minimed also set a 2-for-1 stock split.

Proxim

(PROX)

lost 10 1/2, or 10.2%, to 91 1/2 after it posted second-quarter earnings of 23 cents a share, a penny better than the 10-analyst estimate and up from the year-ago 17-cent profit. The networking products maker also said it set a 2-for-1 stock split.

Travelocity.com

(TVLY)

added 15/16 to 20 after it posted second-quarter losses of 26 cents a share, beating the eight-analyst estimate of a 34-cent loss per share. Additionally, the company said that it expects to have positive earnings by the end of 2001.

Univision

(UVN)

bounced 3 15/16 to 113 1/4 it posted second-quarter earnings of 28 cents a share, topping the eight-analyst estimate of a 24-cent profit and up from the year-ago 17-cent profit. The company also set a 2-for-1 stock split.

Wednesday's Earnings

Update: Coca-Cola Operating Earnings Beat Estimates

Update: Bausch & Lomb Falls on Slight Drop in Sales

AMD Beats Estimates, Sets Split

Update: Major Airlines Fall on UAL Earnings Warning

IBM Exceeds Estimates by 6 Cents a Share

Update: Ford Rises Slightly After Surpassing Profit Estimates

DLJ, E*Trade Beat Estimates

Qwest Tops Estimates by 2 Cents

Update: Bank One to Take $1.9 Billion in Charges

EMC's Net Income Rises Sharply

Boeing, General Dynamics Top Expectations

Tuesday's Earnings

Monday's Earnings

July 14 Earnings

July 13 Earnings

July 12 Earnings