Disney Beats Targets
After the close of trading, Walt Disney (DIS ) posted 13 cents first quarter earnings per share, vs. 21 cents earnings per share after a disappointing release of the animated "Treasure Planet." Revenue rose 6.4% to $7.47 billion. The media company still beat analysts' average target of 15 cents earnings per share, excluding a writedown of four cents a share on United Airlines aircraft leases.
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