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The E&P company's earnings fall on lower commodity prices.
Revenues were up, but earnings forgot to follow.
With products for wherever you hurt, the company continues to deliver solid earnings.
Some doubles are better than others.
The medical device company suffered from multiple one-time charges.
This oil services company had a slow start in 2007.
Are lower oil prices and falling earnings this company's biggest issue?
While struggling with costs, this health care provider still managed strong cash flows.
The natural-gas exploration company efficiently exploits existing holdings.
A top-notch operation, but not at THIS price.
What price for little advantage?
The health-care insurer is showing signs it's getting back to business.
Guitar Center is not the ugly duckling the shorts think it is.
The food manufacturer updated investors on its operations for the year.
OSI Restaurant partners reports its last quarterly earnings before going private.
Stride Rite is striding in the right direction.
Burger-rific? Not quite, but it was enough for now.
The off-price retailer's fortunes have rebounded, and its stock has followed suit.