Even the iPhone Can't Save Sprint From a Loss
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- Walt Disney (NYS: DIS) keeps the magic alive with first-quarter earnings of $0.80 a share, ahead of analysts' estimates for $0.71 a share.
- Panera Bread (NAS: PNRA) reported earnings that were level with expectations, and announced its CFO is leaving next month.
- Sprint Nextel (NYS: S) reported a bigger-than-expected fourth-quarter loss, despite selling 1.8 million iPhones for the period.
- Nokia (NYS: NOK) plans to reduce costs by cutting 4,000 jobs and shifting work to Asia.
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