10:45 AM New York Ė Comverse fourth quarter net loss narrowed. Lubyís third quarter net increased 3%. Menís Wearhouse first quarter net climbed 23% to $33.1 million. PVH first quarter net swung to loss $20 million.
), the software developer stated total revenues in the fourth quarter ending in April jumped 13% to $155.8 million. Net loss in the quarter narrowed to $3.14 million or 14 cents a diluted share compared to $26.3 million or $1.21.
), the companyís board recommended that shareholders accept a cash offer of $4.40 per share from Dish Network Corporation and unanimously recommended that stockholders vote against the $3.40 per share offer of Sprint Nextel.
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), the media company agreed to acquire Belo Corp. for $2.2 billion, represents a 28.1% premium to the closing price of Beloís common stock on June 12.
), the restaurant operator reported total sales in the third quarter ending on May 8 climbed 16% to $97.5 million. Comparable store sales decreased to 0.1%.
Net income in the quarter increased 3% to $2.49 million or 9 cents a diluted share compared to $2.42 million or 9 cents.
For the year, the company expects same-store sales results in the range of approx flat to down 1% and restaurant sales between $362 million and $366 million and diluted earnings per share in the range of 19 cents to 22 cents.
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), the specialty retailer stated total net sales in the first quarter ending on May 4 advanced 5% to $616.5 million. Comparable store sales declined to 6.7%.
Net earnings in the quarter climbed 23% to $33.1 million or 65 cents a diluted share compared to $26.9 million or 52 cents.
The company added total gross margin in the quarter jumped 9% to $277.9 million.
For the year, the company expects diluted earnings per share in the range of $2.70 to $2.80 and comparable store sales slightly lower between 4% and 5%.
), the sportswear and footwear maker said total revenue in the first quarter ending on May 5 soared 34% to $1.91 billion. Comparable store sales declined to 6.7%.
In the quarter, net swung to a loss $20 million or 25 cents a diluted share compared to net profit $95.5 million or $1.30.
Gross profit in the quarter surged 26% to $951.9 million.
For second quarter, the company expects revenue of $1.9 billion and non-GAAP basis diluted earnings per share approximate $1.35.
), the food and drug retailer agreed to sell its Canadian operations to Sobeys Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Empire Company Limited for C$5.8 billion in cash.