Cardinal Health Revenue Beats EstimatesCardinal Health ( CAH) reported that revenue for its first quarter rose 11% to $24.35 billion from $21.97 billion. The company had balanced sales all around, as its health care supply chain business rose 11% to $23.4 billion, while revenue in the medical products and technologies unit gained 12% to $1.2 billion. As for the company's next quarter, management did say it is seeing hospitals delay some purchase decisions that will have some impact to our clinical and medical products segment for the December estimates. We have avoided shares of CAH since our early June coverage began, when shares were trading at $55.98. The company has a dividend yield of 1.26%, based on last night's closing stock price of $38.22, and is currently trading at 10 times the low end of 2009 EPS estimates. We think the shares have a key level of support at the $30 area, and we will watch the name closely if there is any potential test of that long-term area. For now, we would look elsewhere for better dividend-paying opportunities. Cardinal Health is not recommended at this time, holding a Dividend.com Rating of 3.0 out of 5 stars. Comcast Reports Earnings Jump 38%; It May Halt Buyback PlanComcast ( CAH) reported a 38% increase in third-quarter earnings on a drop in capital spending and better cable pricing. The company expects to exceed its free cash flow growth forecast of at least 20% in fiscal 2008. It reported operating cash flow of $3.24 billion, up 10%, while free cash flow rose by 77% to $928 million. Capital spending fell 14% to $1.3 billion.