[Reuters] - (Reuters) - US Steel Corp (XN) on Tuesday posted an adjusted first-quarter profit that beat Wall Street estimates, partly because it sold off its money-losing operations in Serbia and shipped more flat-rolled steel in the quarter.
[Reuters] - N) beat Wall Street estimates as first-quarter profit was driven higher by increased sales of tools for institutional investors and commodity market information. First-quarter net income was $123 million, or 43 cents per share, compared with $120
[RTT News] - Adjusted earnings per share as well as top line beat Wall Street estimates. Gil Shwed, founder, chairman, and chief executive officer of Check Point, said, "I am very pleased with our strong start to the calendar year. Check Point delivered record
[STLtoday.com] - Peabody Energy Corp., the largest US coal producer, posted first-quarter earnings that beat analysts' estimates after an increase in output and revenue per ton in Australia. Net income fell 2.2 percent to $ million, or 63 cents a share