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Isco also said it expects revenue of 0,000 for the fourth quarter, and that it has purchase orders worth more than .5 million scheduled for shipment in the first quarter.Shares of Lazare Kaplan climbed nearly 5 percent after the diamond retailer reported an 11 times increase in its second-quarter earnings.Lightpath Technologies shares advanced more than 3 percent after the company said it expects sales of roughly .3 million for the second quarter, a 75 increase from its year-ago equivalent total of

Isco also said it expects revenue of $650,000 for the fourth quarter, and that it has purchase orders worth more than $2.5 million scheduled for shipment in the first quarter.Shares of Lazare Kaplan climbed nearly 5 percent after the diamond retailer reported an 11 times increase in its second-quarter earnings.Lightpath Technologies shares advanced more than 3 percent after the company said it expects sales of roughly $3.3 million for the second quarter, a 75 increase from its year-ago equivalent total of $1.9 million. 31, up from its year-ago equivalent total of $289 million. shares surged nearly 7 percent after the company reported first-quarter net income of $10 million, or 16 cents a diluted share, versus last year's net loss of $49.6 million, or $1.07 a share.The company said its sales backlog was "reduced somewhat" in the quarter to about $3 million as of Dec. shares gained more than 8 percent after the company said Friday that it has purchased the exclusive worldwide marketing and licensing rights for the XOXO fragrance brand from Victory International. The company recorded income from continuing operations of $10.8 million, or 17 cents a share, against the Thomson First Call-derived estimate for earnings of 14 cents a share.Additionally, Torch has received a commitment for $6.9 million in new debtor-in-possession financing from Regions Bank and Export Development Canada. said the Food and Drug Administration has approved their drug Abraxane for injectable suspension in metastatic breast cancer. Its previous outlook was for earnings of $2.05 to $2.15 a share, while the Thomson First Call-derived estimate was for earnings of $2.07 a share.The banks have also agreed to provide a discretionary facility of up to $2 million for bonding and letters of credit, the company said. The approval marks a new class of "protein-bound particle" drugs, the companies said. The Greenwich, Conn.-based direct marketer said the earnings revision was based on strong results from it European operations. shares added more than 6 percent in afternoon action.Info USA also said that it expects to meet or exceed analyst estimates for 2005. It said wholesaler sales to retail increased 0.8 percent. Coors said it issued the fourth-quarter sales figures in response to reports that U. beer sales industrywide declined for the final three months of the year. Vornado said it also received a prepayment penalty of $4.5 million and $1.2 million of unamortized fees, which will be included in income in the first quarter. It was filed in November 2002 by Perfect Putter and its owners. reported fiscal third-quarter earnings of $6.1 million, or 35 cents a share, compared with $4.5 million, or 27 cents a share, last year.Two analysts surveyed by Thomson First Call are expecting earnings of 66 cents a share on revenue of $398 million for 2005. said that it, along with certain affiliates, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection to facilitate a restructuring of its debt. The maker of business documents and promotional products said sales were $91.8 million, up from $66.4 million a year ago. shares rose more than 4 percent after the company said late Thursday that first-quarter profit rose 13 percent from a year ago to $196 million, or 32 cents a share, a penny ahead of Wall Street's consensus view. Albany Molecular Research ) stock jumped more than 10 percent in Friday trading after the company raised its fiscal 2005 earnings estimate to $2.13 to $2.18 a share.

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Isco also said it expects revenue of $650,000 for the fourth quarter, and that it has purchase orders worth more than $2.5 million scheduled for shipment in the first quarter.

Shares of Lazare Kaplan climbed nearly 5 percent after the diamond retailer reported an 11 times increase in its second-quarter earnings.

Lightpath Technologies shares advanced more than 3 percent after the company said it expects sales of roughly $3.3 million for the second quarter, a 75 increase from its year-ago equivalent total of $1.9 million. 31, up from its year-ago equivalent total of $289 million. shares surged nearly 7 percent after the company reported first-quarter net income of $10 million, or 16 cents a diluted share, versus last year's net loss of $49.6 million, or $1.07 a share.

The company said its sales backlog was "reduced somewhat" in the quarter to about $3 million as of Dec. shares gained more than 8 percent after the company said Friday that it has purchased the exclusive worldwide marketing and licensing rights for the XOXO fragrance brand from Victory International. The company recorded income from continuing operations of $10.8 million, or 17 cents a share, against the Thomson First Call-derived estimate for earnings of 14 cents a share.

Additionally, Torch has received a commitment for $6.9 million in new debtor-in-possession financing from Regions Bank and Export Development Canada. said the Food and Drug Administration has approved their drug Abraxane for injectable suspension in metastatic breast cancer. Its previous outlook was for earnings of $2.05 to $2.15 a share, while the Thomson First Call-derived estimate was for earnings of $2.07 a share.

.9 million. 31, up from its year-ago equivalent total of 9 million. shares surged nearly 7 percent after the company reported first-quarter net income of million, or 16 cents a diluted share, versus last year's net loss of .6 million, or

Isco also said it expects revenue of $650,000 for the fourth quarter, and that it has purchase orders worth more than $2.5 million scheduled for shipment in the first quarter.Shares of Lazare Kaplan climbed nearly 5 percent after the diamond retailer reported an 11 times increase in its second-quarter earnings.Lightpath Technologies shares advanced more than 3 percent after the company said it expects sales of roughly $3.3 million for the second quarter, a 75 increase from its year-ago equivalent total of $1.9 million. 31, up from its year-ago equivalent total of $289 million. shares surged nearly 7 percent after the company reported first-quarter net income of $10 million, or 16 cents a diluted share, versus last year's net loss of $49.6 million, or $1.07 a share.The company said its sales backlog was "reduced somewhat" in the quarter to about $3 million as of Dec. shares gained more than 8 percent after the company said Friday that it has purchased the exclusive worldwide marketing and licensing rights for the XOXO fragrance brand from Victory International. The company recorded income from continuing operations of $10.8 million, or 17 cents a share, against the Thomson First Call-derived estimate for earnings of 14 cents a share.Additionally, Torch has received a commitment for $6.9 million in new debtor-in-possession financing from Regions Bank and Export Development Canada. said the Food and Drug Administration has approved their drug Abraxane for injectable suspension in metastatic breast cancer. Its previous outlook was for earnings of $2.05 to $2.15 a share, while the Thomson First Call-derived estimate was for earnings of $2.07 a share.The banks have also agreed to provide a discretionary facility of up to $2 million for bonding and letters of credit, the company said. The approval marks a new class of "protein-bound particle" drugs, the companies said. The Greenwich, Conn.-based direct marketer said the earnings revision was based on strong results from it European operations. shares added more than 6 percent in afternoon action.Info USA also said that it expects to meet or exceed analyst estimates for 2005. It said wholesaler sales to retail increased 0.8 percent. Coors said it issued the fourth-quarter sales figures in response to reports that U. beer sales industrywide declined for the final three months of the year. Vornado said it also received a prepayment penalty of $4.5 million and $1.2 million of unamortized fees, which will be included in income in the first quarter. It was filed in November 2002 by Perfect Putter and its owners. reported fiscal third-quarter earnings of $6.1 million, or 35 cents a share, compared with $4.5 million, or 27 cents a share, last year.Two analysts surveyed by Thomson First Call are expecting earnings of 66 cents a share on revenue of $398 million for 2005. said that it, along with certain affiliates, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection to facilitate a restructuring of its debt. The maker of business documents and promotional products said sales were $91.8 million, up from $66.4 million a year ago. shares rose more than 4 percent after the company said late Thursday that first-quarter profit rose 13 percent from a year ago to $196 million, or 32 cents a share, a penny ahead of Wall Street's consensus view. Albany Molecular Research ) stock jumped more than 10 percent in Friday trading after the company raised its fiscal 2005 earnings estimate to $2.13 to $2.18 a share.

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Isco also said it expects revenue of $650,000 for the fourth quarter, and that it has purchase orders worth more than $2.5 million scheduled for shipment in the first quarter.

Shares of Lazare Kaplan climbed nearly 5 percent after the diamond retailer reported an 11 times increase in its second-quarter earnings.

Lightpath Technologies shares advanced more than 3 percent after the company said it expects sales of roughly $3.3 million for the second quarter, a 75 increase from its year-ago equivalent total of $1.9 million. 31, up from its year-ago equivalent total of $289 million. shares surged nearly 7 percent after the company reported first-quarter net income of $10 million, or 16 cents a diluted share, versus last year's net loss of $49.6 million, or $1.07 a share.

The company said its sales backlog was "reduced somewhat" in the quarter to about $3 million as of Dec. shares gained more than 8 percent after the company said Friday that it has purchased the exclusive worldwide marketing and licensing rights for the XOXO fragrance brand from Victory International. The company recorded income from continuing operations of $10.8 million, or 17 cents a share, against the Thomson First Call-derived estimate for earnings of 14 cents a share.

Additionally, Torch has received a commitment for $6.9 million in new debtor-in-possession financing from Regions Bank and Export Development Canada. said the Food and Drug Administration has approved their drug Abraxane for injectable suspension in metastatic breast cancer. Its previous outlook was for earnings of $2.05 to $2.15 a share, while the Thomson First Call-derived estimate was for earnings of $2.07 a share.

.07 a share.The company said its sales backlog was "reduced somewhat" in the quarter to about million as of Dec. shares gained more than 8 percent after the company said Friday that it has purchased the exclusive worldwide marketing and licensing rights for the XOXO fragrance brand from Victory International. The company recorded income from continuing operations of .8 million, or 17 cents a share, against the Thomson First Call-derived estimate for earnings of 14 cents a share.Additionally, Torch has received a commitment for .9 million in new debtor-in-possession financing from Regions Bank and Export Development Canada. said the Food and Drug Administration has approved their drug Abraxane for injectable suspension in metastatic breast cancer. Its previous outlook was for earnings of .05 to .15 a share, while the Thomson First Call-derived estimate was for earnings of .07 a share.The banks have also agreed to provide a discretionary facility of up to million for bonding and letters of credit, the company said. The approval marks a new class of "protein-bound particle" drugs, the companies said. The Greenwich, Conn.-based direct marketer said the earnings revision was based on strong results from it European operations. shares added more than 6 percent in afternoon action.Info USA also said that it expects to meet or exceed analyst estimates for 2005. It said wholesaler sales to retail increased 0.8 percent. Coors said it issued the fourth-quarter sales figures in response to reports that U. beer sales industrywide declined for the final three months of the year. Vornado said it also received a prepayment penalty of .5 million and

Isco also said it expects revenue of $650,000 for the fourth quarter, and that it has purchase orders worth more than $2.5 million scheduled for shipment in the first quarter.Shares of Lazare Kaplan climbed nearly 5 percent after the diamond retailer reported an 11 times increase in its second-quarter earnings.Lightpath Technologies shares advanced more than 3 percent after the company said it expects sales of roughly $3.3 million for the second quarter, a 75 increase from its year-ago equivalent total of $1.9 million. 31, up from its year-ago equivalent total of $289 million. shares surged nearly 7 percent after the company reported first-quarter net income of $10 million, or 16 cents a diluted share, versus last year's net loss of $49.6 million, or $1.07 a share.The company said its sales backlog was "reduced somewhat" in the quarter to about $3 million as of Dec. shares gained more than 8 percent after the company said Friday that it has purchased the exclusive worldwide marketing and licensing rights for the XOXO fragrance brand from Victory International. The company recorded income from continuing operations of $10.8 million, or 17 cents a share, against the Thomson First Call-derived estimate for earnings of 14 cents a share.Additionally, Torch has received a commitment for $6.9 million in new debtor-in-possession financing from Regions Bank and Export Development Canada. said the Food and Drug Administration has approved their drug Abraxane for injectable suspension in metastatic breast cancer. Its previous outlook was for earnings of $2.05 to $2.15 a share, while the Thomson First Call-derived estimate was for earnings of $2.07 a share.The banks have also agreed to provide a discretionary facility of up to $2 million for bonding and letters of credit, the company said. The approval marks a new class of "protein-bound particle" drugs, the companies said. The Greenwich, Conn.-based direct marketer said the earnings revision was based on strong results from it European operations. shares added more than 6 percent in afternoon action.Info USA also said that it expects to meet or exceed analyst estimates for 2005. It said wholesaler sales to retail increased 0.8 percent. Coors said it issued the fourth-quarter sales figures in response to reports that U. beer sales industrywide declined for the final three months of the year. Vornado said it also received a prepayment penalty of $4.5 million and $1.2 million of unamortized fees, which will be included in income in the first quarter. It was filed in November 2002 by Perfect Putter and its owners. reported fiscal third-quarter earnings of $6.1 million, or 35 cents a share, compared with $4.5 million, or 27 cents a share, last year.Two analysts surveyed by Thomson First Call are expecting earnings of 66 cents a share on revenue of $398 million for 2005. said that it, along with certain affiliates, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection to facilitate a restructuring of its debt. The maker of business documents and promotional products said sales were $91.8 million, up from $66.4 million a year ago. shares rose more than 4 percent after the company said late Thursday that first-quarter profit rose 13 percent from a year ago to $196 million, or 32 cents a share, a penny ahead of Wall Street's consensus view. Albany Molecular Research ) stock jumped more than 10 percent in Friday trading after the company raised its fiscal 2005 earnings estimate to $2.13 to $2.18 a share.

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Isco also said it expects revenue of $650,000 for the fourth quarter, and that it has purchase orders worth more than $2.5 million scheduled for shipment in the first quarter.

Shares of Lazare Kaplan climbed nearly 5 percent after the diamond retailer reported an 11 times increase in its second-quarter earnings.

Lightpath Technologies shares advanced more than 3 percent after the company said it expects sales of roughly $3.3 million for the second quarter, a 75 increase from its year-ago equivalent total of $1.9 million. 31, up from its year-ago equivalent total of $289 million. shares surged nearly 7 percent after the company reported first-quarter net income of $10 million, or 16 cents a diluted share, versus last year's net loss of $49.6 million, or $1.07 a share.

The company said its sales backlog was "reduced somewhat" in the quarter to about $3 million as of Dec. shares gained more than 8 percent after the company said Friday that it has purchased the exclusive worldwide marketing and licensing rights for the XOXO fragrance brand from Victory International. The company recorded income from continuing operations of $10.8 million, or 17 cents a share, against the Thomson First Call-derived estimate for earnings of 14 cents a share.

Additionally, Torch has received a commitment for $6.9 million in new debtor-in-possession financing from Regions Bank and Export Development Canada. said the Food and Drug Administration has approved their drug Abraxane for injectable suspension in metastatic breast cancer. Its previous outlook was for earnings of $2.05 to $2.15 a share, while the Thomson First Call-derived estimate was for earnings of $2.07 a share.

.2 million of unamortized fees, which will be included in income in the first quarter. It was filed in November 2002 by Perfect Putter and its owners. reported fiscal third-quarter earnings of .1 million, or 35 cents a share, compared with .5 million, or 27 cents a share, last year.Two analysts surveyed by Thomson First Call are expecting earnings of 66 cents a share on revenue of 8 million for 2005. said that it, along with certain affiliates, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection to facilitate a restructuring of its debt. The maker of business documents and promotional products said sales were .8 million, up from .4 million a year ago. shares rose more than 4 percent after the company said late Thursday that first-quarter profit rose 13 percent from a year ago to 6 million, or 32 cents a share, a penny ahead of Wall Street's consensus view. Albany Molecular Research ) stock jumped more than 10 percent in Friday trading after the company raised its fiscal 2005 earnings estimate to .13 to .18 a share.

In July, the business and consumer data-collection company forecast 2004 revenue of 5 million to 5 million and earnings of 28 cents to 32 cents a share. sales volume to retail fell 0.8 percent, with sales to retail decreasing 0.2 percent compared with 2003. The judge said that automated truck transmissions manufactured and marketed by the three companies infringed an Eaton patent and are unlawfully being imported into the United States, according to Eaton. said Friday that it's been repaid 5 million of loans secured by partnership interests in the General Motors Building, located in Chicago. The lawsuit will subsequently be dismissed by the parties with no admission of any wrongdoing, Callaway said.The average estimate of analysts polled by Thomson First Call is for 2004 earnings of

In July, the business and consumer data-collection company forecast 2004 revenue of $335 million to $345 million and earnings of 28 cents to 32 cents a share. sales volume to retail fell 0.8 percent, with sales to retail decreasing 0.2 percent compared with 2003. The judge said that automated truck transmissions manufactured and marketed by the three companies infringed an Eaton patent and are unlawfully being imported into the United States, according to Eaton. said Friday that it's been repaid $275 million of loans secured by partnership interests in the General Motors Building, located in Chicago. The lawsuit will subsequently be dismissed by the parties with no admission of any wrongdoing, Callaway said.

The average estimate of analysts polled by Thomson First Call is for 2004 earnings of $1.44 a share. soared more than 15 percent after the company said its TCD6001 and TPS4100 digital amplifier products would be used in Panasonic's automotive in-dash audio head unit systems.

The rally builds on a surge during Thursday's session after the company inked a deal for the use of its products in liquid crystal display televisions made by Sharp. shares leapt more than 7 percent after the company said it expects third-quarter earnings of 10 to 11 cents a share with revenue coming in more than 15 percent above its year-ago total of $18.1 million.

The jewelry retailer also reaffirmed its full-year 2004 earnings forecasts after posting December same-store sales growth of 6 percent from the year-earlier period.

The company said it's on track to achieve its previous forecast for 2004 earnings of $1.43 to $1.48 a share.

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In July, the business and consumer data-collection company forecast 2004 revenue of $335 million to $345 million and earnings of 28 cents to 32 cents a share. sales volume to retail fell 0.8 percent, with sales to retail decreasing 0.2 percent compared with 2003. The judge said that automated truck transmissions manufactured and marketed by the three companies infringed an Eaton patent and are unlawfully being imported into the United States, according to Eaton. said Friday that it's been repaid $275 million of loans secured by partnership interests in the General Motors Building, located in Chicago. The lawsuit will subsequently be dismissed by the parties with no admission of any wrongdoing, Callaway said.The average estimate of analysts polled by Thomson First Call is for 2004 earnings of $1.44 a share. soared more than 15 percent after the company said its TCD6001 and TPS4100 digital amplifier products would be used in Panasonic's automotive in-dash audio head unit systems.The rally builds on a surge during Thursday's session after the company inked a deal for the use of its products in liquid crystal display televisions made by Sharp. shares leapt more than 7 percent after the company said it expects third-quarter earnings of 10 to 11 cents a share with revenue coming in more than 15 percent above its year-ago total of $18.1 million.The jewelry retailer also reaffirmed its full-year 2004 earnings forecasts after posting December same-store sales growth of 6 percent from the year-earlier period.The company said it's on track to achieve its previous forecast for 2004 earnings of $1.43 to $1.48 a share.

.44 a share. soared more than 15 percent after the company said its TCD6001 and TPS4100 digital amplifier products would be used in Panasonic's automotive in-dash audio head unit systems.The rally builds on a surge during Thursday's session after the company inked a deal for the use of its products in liquid crystal display televisions made by Sharp. shares leapt more than 7 percent after the company said it expects third-quarter earnings of 10 to 11 cents a share with revenue coming in more than 15 percent above its year-ago total of .1 million.The jewelry retailer also reaffirmed its full-year 2004 earnings forecasts after posting December same-store sales growth of 6 percent from the year-earlier period.The company said it's on track to achieve its previous forecast for 2004 earnings of

In July, the business and consumer data-collection company forecast 2004 revenue of $335 million to $345 million and earnings of 28 cents to 32 cents a share. sales volume to retail fell 0.8 percent, with sales to retail decreasing 0.2 percent compared with 2003. The judge said that automated truck transmissions manufactured and marketed by the three companies infringed an Eaton patent and are unlawfully being imported into the United States, according to Eaton. said Friday that it's been repaid $275 million of loans secured by partnership interests in the General Motors Building, located in Chicago. The lawsuit will subsequently be dismissed by the parties with no admission of any wrongdoing, Callaway said.

The average estimate of analysts polled by Thomson First Call is for 2004 earnings of $1.44 a share. soared more than 15 percent after the company said its TCD6001 and TPS4100 digital amplifier products would be used in Panasonic's automotive in-dash audio head unit systems.

The rally builds on a surge during Thursday's session after the company inked a deal for the use of its products in liquid crystal display televisions made by Sharp. shares leapt more than 7 percent after the company said it expects third-quarter earnings of 10 to 11 cents a share with revenue coming in more than 15 percent above its year-ago total of $18.1 million.

The jewelry retailer also reaffirmed its full-year 2004 earnings forecasts after posting December same-store sales growth of 6 percent from the year-earlier period.

The company said it's on track to achieve its previous forecast for 2004 earnings of $1.43 to $1.48 a share.

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In July, the business and consumer data-collection company forecast 2004 revenue of $335 million to $345 million and earnings of 28 cents to 32 cents a share. sales volume to retail fell 0.8 percent, with sales to retail decreasing 0.2 percent compared with 2003. The judge said that automated truck transmissions manufactured and marketed by the three companies infringed an Eaton patent and are unlawfully being imported into the United States, according to Eaton. said Friday that it's been repaid $275 million of loans secured by partnership interests in the General Motors Building, located in Chicago. The lawsuit will subsequently be dismissed by the parties with no admission of any wrongdoing, Callaway said.The average estimate of analysts polled by Thomson First Call is for 2004 earnings of $1.44 a share. soared more than 15 percent after the company said its TCD6001 and TPS4100 digital amplifier products would be used in Panasonic's automotive in-dash audio head unit systems.The rally builds on a surge during Thursday's session after the company inked a deal for the use of its products in liquid crystal display televisions made by Sharp. shares leapt more than 7 percent after the company said it expects third-quarter earnings of 10 to 11 cents a share with revenue coming in more than 15 percent above its year-ago total of $18.1 million.The jewelry retailer also reaffirmed its full-year 2004 earnings forecasts after posting December same-store sales growth of 6 percent from the year-earlier period.The company said it's on track to achieve its previous forecast for 2004 earnings of $1.43 to $1.48 a share.

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In July, the business and consumer data-collection company forecast 2004 revenue of $335 million to $345 million and earnings of 28 cents to 32 cents a share. sales volume to retail fell 0.8 percent, with sales to retail decreasing 0.2 percent compared with 2003. The judge said that automated truck transmissions manufactured and marketed by the three companies infringed an Eaton patent and are unlawfully being imported into the United States, according to Eaton. said Friday that it's been repaid $275 million of loans secured by partnership interests in the General Motors Building, located in Chicago. The lawsuit will subsequently be dismissed by the parties with no admission of any wrongdoing, Callaway said.

The average estimate of analysts polled by Thomson First Call is for 2004 earnings of $1.44 a share. soared more than 15 percent after the company said its TCD6001 and TPS4100 digital amplifier products would be used in Panasonic's automotive in-dash audio head unit systems.

The rally builds on a surge during Thursday's session after the company inked a deal for the use of its products in liquid crystal display televisions made by Sharp. shares leapt more than 7 percent after the company said it expects third-quarter earnings of 10 to 11 cents a share with revenue coming in more than 15 percent above its year-ago total of $18.1 million.

The jewelry retailer also reaffirmed its full-year 2004 earnings forecasts after posting December same-store sales growth of 6 percent from the year-earlier period.

The company said it's on track to achieve its previous forecast for 2004 earnings of $1.43 to $1.48 a share.

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In July, the business and consumer data-collection company forecast 2004 revenue of $335 million to $345 million and earnings of 28 cents to 32 cents a share. sales volume to retail fell 0.8 percent, with sales to retail decreasing 0.2 percent compared with 2003. The judge said that automated truck transmissions manufactured and marketed by the three companies infringed an Eaton patent and are unlawfully being imported into the United States, according to Eaton. said Friday that it's been repaid $275 million of loans secured by partnership interests in the General Motors Building, located in Chicago. The lawsuit will subsequently be dismissed by the parties with no admission of any wrongdoing, Callaway said.The average estimate of analysts polled by Thomson First Call is for 2004 earnings of $1.44 a share. soared more than 15 percent after the company said its TCD6001 and TPS4100 digital amplifier products would be used in Panasonic's automotive in-dash audio head unit systems.The rally builds on a surge during Thursday's session after the company inked a deal for the use of its products in liquid crystal display televisions made by Sharp. shares leapt more than 7 percent after the company said it expects third-quarter earnings of 10 to 11 cents a share with revenue coming in more than 15 percent above its year-ago total of $18.1 million.The jewelry retailer also reaffirmed its full-year 2004 earnings forecasts after posting December same-store sales growth of 6 percent from the year-earlier period.The company said it's on track to achieve its previous forecast for 2004 earnings of $1.43 to $1.48 a share.

.48 a share.

In July, the business and consumer data-collection company forecast 2004 revenue of 5 million to 5 million and earnings of 28 cents to 32 cents a share. sales volume to retail fell 0.8 percent, with sales to retail decreasing 0.2 percent compared with 2003. The judge said that automated truck transmissions manufactured and marketed by the three companies infringed an Eaton patent and are unlawfully being imported into the United States, according to Eaton. said Friday that it's been repaid 5 million of loans secured by partnership interests in the General Motors Building, located in Chicago. The lawsuit will subsequently be dismissed by the parties with no admission of any wrongdoing, Callaway said.

The average estimate of analysts polled by Thomson First Call is for 2004 earnings of

In July, the business and consumer data-collection company forecast 2004 revenue of $335 million to $345 million and earnings of 28 cents to 32 cents a share. sales volume to retail fell 0.8 percent, with sales to retail decreasing 0.2 percent compared with 2003. The judge said that automated truck transmissions manufactured and marketed by the three companies infringed an Eaton patent and are unlawfully being imported into the United States, according to Eaton. said Friday that it's been repaid $275 million of loans secured by partnership interests in the General Motors Building, located in Chicago. The lawsuit will subsequently be dismissed by the parties with no admission of any wrongdoing, Callaway said.

The average estimate of analysts polled by Thomson First Call is for 2004 earnings of $1.44 a share. soared more than 15 percent after the company said its TCD6001 and TPS4100 digital amplifier products would be used in Panasonic's automotive in-dash audio head unit systems.

The rally builds on a surge during Thursday's session after the company inked a deal for the use of its products in liquid crystal display televisions made by Sharp. shares leapt more than 7 percent after the company said it expects third-quarter earnings of 10 to 11 cents a share with revenue coming in more than 15 percent above its year-ago total of $18.1 million.

The jewelry retailer also reaffirmed its full-year 2004 earnings forecasts after posting December same-store sales growth of 6 percent from the year-earlier period.

The company said it's on track to achieve its previous forecast for 2004 earnings of $1.43 to $1.48 a share.

Sales jumped 38 percent in the latest three months to $3.9 million from $2.8 million in the same period a year earlier.

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In July, the business and consumer data-collection company forecast 2004 revenue of $335 million to $345 million and earnings of 28 cents to 32 cents a share. sales volume to retail fell 0.8 percent, with sales to retail decreasing 0.2 percent compared with 2003. The judge said that automated truck transmissions manufactured and marketed by the three companies infringed an Eaton patent and are unlawfully being imported into the United States, according to Eaton. said Friday that it's been repaid $275 million of loans secured by partnership interests in the General Motors Building, located in Chicago. The lawsuit will subsequently be dismissed by the parties with no admission of any wrongdoing, Callaway said.The average estimate of analysts polled by Thomson First Call is for 2004 earnings of $1.44 a share. soared more than 15 percent after the company said its TCD6001 and TPS4100 digital amplifier products would be used in Panasonic's automotive in-dash audio head unit systems.The rally builds on a surge during Thursday's session after the company inked a deal for the use of its products in liquid crystal display televisions made by Sharp. shares leapt more than 7 percent after the company said it expects third-quarter earnings of 10 to 11 cents a share with revenue coming in more than 15 percent above its year-ago total of $18.1 million.The jewelry retailer also reaffirmed its full-year 2004 earnings forecasts after posting December same-store sales growth of 6 percent from the year-earlier period.The company said it's on track to achieve its previous forecast for 2004 earnings of $1.43 to $1.48 a share.Sales jumped 38 percent in the latest three months to $3.9 million from $2.8 million in the same period a year earlier.

.44 a share. soared more than 15 percent after the company said its TCD6001 and TPS4100 digital amplifier products would be used in Panasonic's automotive in-dash audio head unit systems.

The rally builds on a surge during Thursday's session after the company inked a deal for the use of its products in liquid crystal display televisions made by Sharp. shares leapt more than 7 percent after the company said it expects third-quarter earnings of 10 to 11 cents a share with revenue coming in more than 15 percent above its year-ago total of .1 million.

The jewelry retailer also reaffirmed its full-year 2004 earnings forecasts after posting December same-store sales growth of 6 percent from the year-earlier period.

The company said it's on track to achieve its previous forecast for 2004 earnings of

In July, the business and consumer data-collection company forecast 2004 revenue of $335 million to $345 million and earnings of 28 cents to 32 cents a share. sales volume to retail fell 0.8 percent, with sales to retail decreasing 0.2 percent compared with 2003. The judge said that automated truck transmissions manufactured and marketed by the three companies infringed an Eaton patent and are unlawfully being imported into the United States, according to Eaton. said Friday that it's been repaid $275 million of loans secured by partnership interests in the General Motors Building, located in Chicago. The lawsuit will subsequently be dismissed by the parties with no admission of any wrongdoing, Callaway said.

The average estimate of analysts polled by Thomson First Call is for 2004 earnings of $1.44 a share. soared more than 15 percent after the company said its TCD6001 and TPS4100 digital amplifier products would be used in Panasonic's automotive in-dash audio head unit systems.

The rally builds on a surge during Thursday's session after the company inked a deal for the use of its products in liquid crystal display televisions made by Sharp. shares leapt more than 7 percent after the company said it expects third-quarter earnings of 10 to 11 cents a share with revenue coming in more than 15 percent above its year-ago total of $18.1 million.

The jewelry retailer also reaffirmed its full-year 2004 earnings forecasts after posting December same-store sales growth of 6 percent from the year-earlier period.

The company said it's on track to achieve its previous forecast for 2004 earnings of $1.43 to $1.48 a share.

Sales jumped 38 percent in the latest three months to $3.9 million from $2.8 million in the same period a year earlier.

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In July, the business and consumer data-collection company forecast 2004 revenue of $335 million to $345 million and earnings of 28 cents to 32 cents a share. sales volume to retail fell 0.8 percent, with sales to retail decreasing 0.2 percent compared with 2003. The judge said that automated truck transmissions manufactured and marketed by the three companies infringed an Eaton patent and are unlawfully being imported into the United States, according to Eaton. said Friday that it's been repaid $275 million of loans secured by partnership interests in the General Motors Building, located in Chicago. The lawsuit will subsequently be dismissed by the parties with no admission of any wrongdoing, Callaway said.The average estimate of analysts polled by Thomson First Call is for 2004 earnings of $1.44 a share. soared more than 15 percent after the company said its TCD6001 and TPS4100 digital amplifier products would be used in Panasonic's automotive in-dash audio head unit systems.The rally builds on a surge during Thursday's session after the company inked a deal for the use of its products in liquid crystal display televisions made by Sharp. shares leapt more than 7 percent after the company said it expects third-quarter earnings of 10 to 11 cents a share with revenue coming in more than 15 percent above its year-ago total of $18.1 million.The jewelry retailer also reaffirmed its full-year 2004 earnings forecasts after posting December same-store sales growth of 6 percent from the year-earlier period.The company said it's on track to achieve its previous forecast for 2004 earnings of $1.43 to $1.48 a share.Sales jumped 38 percent in the latest three months to $3.9 million from $2.8 million in the same period a year earlier.

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In July, the business and consumer data-collection company forecast 2004 revenue of $335 million to $345 million and earnings of 28 cents to 32 cents a share. sales volume to retail fell 0.8 percent, with sales to retail decreasing 0.2 percent compared with 2003. The judge said that automated truck transmissions manufactured and marketed by the three companies infringed an Eaton patent and are unlawfully being imported into the United States, according to Eaton. said Friday that it's been repaid $275 million of loans secured by partnership interests in the General Motors Building, located in Chicago. The lawsuit will subsequently be dismissed by the parties with no admission of any wrongdoing, Callaway said.

The average estimate of analysts polled by Thomson First Call is for 2004 earnings of $1.44 a share. soared more than 15 percent after the company said its TCD6001 and TPS4100 digital amplifier products would be used in Panasonic's automotive in-dash audio head unit systems.

The rally builds on a surge during Thursday's session after the company inked a deal for the use of its products in liquid crystal display televisions made by Sharp. shares leapt more than 7 percent after the company said it expects third-quarter earnings of 10 to 11 cents a share with revenue coming in more than 15 percent above its year-ago total of $18.1 million.

The jewelry retailer also reaffirmed its full-year 2004 earnings forecasts after posting December same-store sales growth of 6 percent from the year-earlier period.

The company said it's on track to achieve its previous forecast for 2004 earnings of $1.43 to $1.48 a share.

Sales jumped 38 percent in the latest three months to $3.9 million from $2.8 million in the same period a year earlier.

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In July, the business and consumer data-collection company forecast 2004 revenue of $335 million to $345 million and earnings of 28 cents to 32 cents a share. sales volume to retail fell 0.8 percent, with sales to retail decreasing 0.2 percent compared with 2003. The judge said that automated truck transmissions manufactured and marketed by the three companies infringed an Eaton patent and are unlawfully being imported into the United States, according to Eaton. said Friday that it's been repaid $275 million of loans secured by partnership interests in the General Motors Building, located in Chicago. The lawsuit will subsequently be dismissed by the parties with no admission of any wrongdoing, Callaway said.The average estimate of analysts polled by Thomson First Call is for 2004 earnings of $1.44 a share. soared more than 15 percent after the company said its TCD6001 and TPS4100 digital amplifier products would be used in Panasonic's automotive in-dash audio head unit systems.The rally builds on a surge during Thursday's session after the company inked a deal for the use of its products in liquid crystal display televisions made by Sharp. shares leapt more than 7 percent after the company said it expects third-quarter earnings of 10 to 11 cents a share with revenue coming in more than 15 percent above its year-ago total of $18.1 million.The jewelry retailer also reaffirmed its full-year 2004 earnings forecasts after posting December same-store sales growth of 6 percent from the year-earlier period.The company said it's on track to achieve its previous forecast for 2004 earnings of $1.43 to $1.48 a share.Sales jumped 38 percent in the latest three months to $3.9 million from $2.8 million in the same period a year earlier.

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Sales jumped 38 percent in the latest three months to .9 million from .8 million in the same period a year earlier.