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  • Twitter stock drops 11% despite revenue growth

    Despite more than a doubling of revenue, Twitter saw its stock fall 11% after it reported a slowdown in user growth in the first quarter. The San Francisco company posted revenue of $250 million, up 119% year over year, but reported a quarterly loss...
  • Twitter shares tank after company reports slowing user growth

    Despite a surge in revenue, Twitter saw its stock fall 10% after it reported a slowdown in user growth in the first quarter. The San Francisco company reported revenue of $250 million, up 119% year over year, for the three months ended March 31. It...
  • DreamWorks Animation Stock Tumbles After 'Mr. Peabody' Writedown

    DreamWorks Animation shares have slid sharply after the company took a $57 million impairment charge against earnings due to disappointing box office results for "Mr. Peabody and Sherman." Shares were down 9.6% in mid-session trading Wednesday, falling...
  • DreamWorks Animation takes $13.5-million charge on 'Turbo'

    DreamWorks Animation takes $13.5-million charge on 'Turbo'
    DreamWorks Animation took a $13.5-million charge on its animated movie "Turbo," which misfired at the box office this summer. The Glendale-based studio on Tuesday said the charge represented a loss of $0.12 cents of earnings per share in the fourth...
  • DreamWorks Animation Stock Takes a Tumble

    Shares in DreamWorks Animation fell more than $4 in early morning trading Wednesday after Piper Jaffray downgraded the toon studio's stock to "underweight" from "neutral." Company also set a target price of $19 for DWA's shares, which closed at $35.20...
  • JCPenney shares rocket 25% after earnings

    JCPenney shares rocket 25% after earnings
    J.C. Penney Co. Inc. shares climbed 25 percent Thursday following an upbeat earnings report suggesting that the department store chan may be turning a corner after two years of massive losses. Shares were trading at $7.42 up $1.46, or 24.5 percent,...
  • Navistar reports steep loss, misses expectations

    Navistar reports steep loss, misses expectations
    Truck and engine maker Navistar International Corp. on Wednesday reported a wider loss in its first quarter, citing lower sales due to its transition to a new engine technology and a drop in demand for its military products. In a conference call with...
  • Jack Griffin named CEO of Tribune Publishing: It's a 'fortuitous match at a great time'

    Jack Griffin named CEO of Tribune Publishing: It's a 'fortuitous match at a great time'
    Tribune Co. has named the leadership team for Tribune Publishing, which is preparing to spin off as a separate newspaper company later this year. Eddy Hartenstein, publisher and CEO of the Los Angeles Times, will serve as non-executive chairman of the...
  • Sport Chalet pursues its first annual profit since 2007

    Sport Chalet pursues its first annual profit since 2007
    If you're an outdoors enthusiast or weekend warrior, chances are you're a fan of Sport Chalet Inc. If you're an investor, well, that's another story. Living up to its moniker, "the Experts," Sport Chalet staffs its stores with marathon runners,...
  • Comcast pushes back on Netflix; touts benefits of TW Cable deal

    Comcast pushes back on Netflix; touts benefits of TW Cable deal
    Netflix has emerged as one of the biggest foes of Comcast's proposed merger with Time Warner Cable. Despite a recent agreement in which the digital programmer agreed to pay the cable and broadband giant for a direct connection to its 20 million high-...
  • New Data Confirms Pay TV's Slow Decline. Will Cord-Cutting Trickle Become Gusher?

    The cord-cutting phenomenon, while very real, still hasn't inflicted mortal wounds on the pay-TV biz. But if the trend of consumers rejecting cable or satellite video subscriptions accelerates -- and research shows younger Americans are less likely to...