The company's recent quarter was in line with our expectation as outsourcing revenue increased by 6% from a year earlier to $3.3 billion.
The network's gains are fueled by solid performances from SpongeBob SquarePants, which ranks as the top animated series.
Fewer employees might help the company reduce expenses amid low store traffic and weak consumer spending.
The move to protect the jet fighter program from the government's spending reductions will go a long way in supporting the company's earnings.
The satellite service provider protests against the high costs of sports programming.
Compliance with these standards will allow the credit card company to gain merchant acceptance in the U.S. and in international markets.
With New Jersey the latest state to legalize online gaming, the resort company could tap into a tremendous growth opportunity by investing in struggling Atlantic City.
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