A key sales figure rose during the department store operator's first quarter, an encouraging sign for the troubled company.
The restaurant operator, which owns
The upscale department store operator reported a strong first quarter thanks to better sales.
Shares of the entertainment company fell as investors worried about its new TV deal and prospects for its monthly subscription service.
Ratings agency Fitch cut its rating on the electronics retailer, saying it may not have enough cash flow to make it through the year.
The movie theater company said that it has agreed to sell itself to its larger rival
The maker of design software used by engineers, architects and digital artists, posted strong results for its first quarter.
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