Among the earnings stories for Tuesday, June 9, from AP Financial News: NEW YORK (AP) ¿ Shares of Blyth Inc., maker of home fragrance products, tumbled as analysts worried about continued weakness in the company's wholesale business and its candle-selling unit. DANBURY, Conn. (AP) ¿ FuelCell Energy Inc., which makes fuel cells for electric power generation, said it narrowed its fiscal second-quarter loss by 23 percent, better than analysts expected, as revenue fell by nearly 28 percent. LOS ANGELES (AP) ¿ Korn/Ferry International reported a fiscal fourth-quarter loss as revenue fell along with demand for the staffing-company's services and charges cut into profit. NEW YORK (AP) ¿ Online gaming and software company GigaMedia Ltd. reported a 60 percent drop in first-quarter profit, citing the impact of a global recession and the weakness of the euro against the U.S. dollar. DAYTON, Ohio (AP) ¿ Rex Stores Corp., which runs a chain of consumer electronics stores and invests in alternative energy, said it moved to a fiscal first-quarter loss on weakening results from its alternative energy division.
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