GameStop’s Magazine DOMINATES Circulation and 4 Hot Stocks Making Market Waves
GameStop’s (NYSE:GME) Game Informer, a video game publication, saw circulation vault 37 percent over the year to touch 8.2 million. The magazine is now #3 in the country’s circulation rankings, overtaking Better Homes & Gardens in the process.
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DISH Network’s (DISH) Q2 misses by $0.17 on EPS of $0.50 and by $70 million on revenues of $3.57B. Revenue per user was also off estimates – actual $78.11 vs. consensus of $78.91. Loss of subscribers seems to have tapered with only 10,000 net subscribers leaving against 135,000 a year ago. Higher subscriber advertising and promotion spending bloated expenses for the period.
Q2 results at Dean Foods (NYSE:DF) got a boost from disciplined control on expenses across the company. The company’s guidance for Q3 is an EPS of $0.25 – $0.30 while that for the full year is $1.18 – $1.28. Wholly-owned subsidiary The WhiteWave Foods Company plans an IPO.
United Continental’s (NYSE:UAL) July 2012 combined operational results saw its consolidated traffic (revenue passenger miles) decrease 2.8 percent and consolidated capacity (available seat miles) decrease 2.1 percent versus July 2011. The company’s consolidated load factor in July 2012 decreased 0.6 points over the same period. Consolidated passenger revenue per available seat mile remained about unchanged vs. last year.