Month: February 2018

Alberto E. Rodriguez | Getty Images Entertainment | Getty Images Actor Letitia Wright who plays ‘Shuri’ from Marvel Studios’ “Black Panther” at the San Diego Comic-Con International 2017 Marvel Studios Panel in 2017. “It is thrilling to see how inspired young audiences were by the spectacular technology in the film,” Disney’s Iger said a statement.
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SeaWorld Entertainment posted a fourth-quarter loss of $20.4 million and says CEO Joel Manby is stepping down. John Reilly, the chief parks operations officer, will take over on an interim basis. On a per-share basis, the Orlando, Florida, company had a loss of 24 cents, which is worse than the per-share loss of 18 cents
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U.S. luxury homebuilder Toll Brothers reported a first-quarter profit on Tuesday that beat analysts’ estimates as it sold more homes at higher prices, sending its shares up 2 percent in premarket trading. Toll’s results underscore strong demand in the housing market despite climbing interest rates and supply constraints including higher labor and raw material costs.
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Cybersecurity company Palo Alto Networks’ quarterly revenue and profit topped Wall Street estimates and the company gave an upbeat third-quarter forecast, helped by better-than-expected growth in its product business. The company’s shares rose 5.1 percent to $178 after the bell on Monday. Revenue in the company’s product business, which includes firewall protection software Panorama, rose
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The European Commission will withdraw its complaint against Ireland for not recovering 13 billion euros ($16 billion) in unpaid taxes from Apple, but only if the country recovers that amount in full, the EU’s Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager told CNBC. The EU took Ireland to the European Court of Justice last October for failure to
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Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Monday: Fitbit shares dropped more than 11 percent after hours. The wearable technology company reported losses per share of 2 cents and revenues that missed expectations by $18 million, disappointing Wall Street. Guidance for the upcoming quarter and year were both extremely weak, significantly missing estimates
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