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3XSQ: Clorox, Gannett clean up on earnings

Monday, February 04, 2013 - 03:01

Feb 4 - Quarterly profit from Clorox and Gannett soundly beat analysts' estimates.

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Mother to three Times Square this Monday from Reuters world headquarters in New York. Let's say it this is what everyone's talking about a thirty plus minute partial blackout at the super ball. The power -- seem to sap the energy out of the Baltimore Ravens. Who led by the problem occurred. They -- to hold on to beat the temperatures go -- 3031. Representatives at the local power company Entergy and the stadium. That the proper pin it would be electrical load coming into the building the exact cause is still unknown. Our power player certainly not the power providers it could be Joseph Flacco the ravens quarterback one of those -- player honors and is a free agent. If you have to shell out millions for him now. But we went with beyoncé instead the entertainer putting to rest the lip synching controversy at the inauguration. She belted out several hit brought back her fellow members of destiny's child and featured an all girl band. A couple of power players to do Clorox posting a profit that beat expectations helped in part. By strong sales of disinfecting wipes during this unusually active season. A new each also performed well. While -- post a profit excluding items that topped the year ago figure strong sales at its TV stations and higher subscription fees for newspapers helping results. Shares right now we have Clorox about a person -- so there. And get it is down just under 4%. Robert Daly did involve cleaning up as well twenty million bucks spent the weekend take for. Warm bodies in the US and Canada the zombie flick that alert teenage girls away from the gridiron. And it's only about ten million shy of what it cost to produce it according to summit and and -- as the same folks. That brought you the twilight series went from there the film also pointing relatively new phrase. Rom dot com has and romantic zombie comedy. Last weekend's winner counseling Reynolds at second why all football flick several lines playbook did -- third. And finally while we're tossing footballs the Japanese is worth growing soybeans. The tradition known as a mom and mocking as normally held in -- shrine were only -- all of roasted slightly different less dramatic fashion but this here. 800 participants gathered inside the landmark but it's our -- goggles. And holding nearly four and a half pounds of soybeans -- That they really hard at imaginary demons during a two hour event. Is it spring ritual held on that says sit on the eve of the spring equinox. But man it looks like a massive waste of at a mommy today. That is the latest -- three Times Square this Monday you can follow us on Twitter at Reuters Insider get more Reuters videos at Reuters dot com slash writers TV. I'm Lisa Bernhard this is --

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3XSQ: Clorox, Gannett clean up on earnings

Monday, February 04, 2013 - 03:01

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