On Aug. 18, GameStop (NYSE:GME) released earnings for its 2005 second quarter, which ended July 30.

  • Management says Sony's (NYSE:SNE) new PSP platform was a major contributor in the quarter's 6.2% rise in same-store sales. Nice.
  • GameStop has been on a tear since leavingBarnes & Noble (NYSE:BKS) late last year. Just take a look at the chart.

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  • Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN)
  • Barnes & Noble
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  • Electronics Boutique (NASDAQ:ELBO)
  • Sony

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