Take a look at some of Wednesday's morning movers:
Walt Disney - Disney reported fiscal second-quarter profits of $0.58 per share , three cents above estimates, with revenues also above consensus. Chairman/CEO Bob Iger tells CNBC there will be a sequel to the smash hit movie “The Avengers.”
International Game Technology - The company issued a statement of support for CEO Patti Hart, who’s been embroiled in controversy in her role as a member of Yahoo’s board of directors. IGT says its own board has reviewed Hart’s academic credentials and found no inconsistencies. Yahoo is currently in the process of doing a similar review involving its CEO Scott Thompson.
Macy's - The retailer reported first-quarter profit of $0.43 per share, three cents above estimates. CEO Terry Lundgren credits continuing sales and earnings momentum, as well as strategies such as localization of merchandise offerings.
Dean Foods - The food and beverage maker reported quarterly profit of $0.31 per share, excluding certain items, above estimates of $0.21 cents. The company says it saw growth across all its segments, supported by tight control of expenses.Page 1 of 3 | Next Page