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Lee Enterprises second quarter earnings flat after adjusting for one-time insurance boost a year ago

Lee Enterprises – owner of the Quad City Times – reported second quarter earnings Thursday (5/4) of $6.4 million, down 67 percent from the same period a year ago when a one-time insurance settlement added more than $13 million to the company's bottomline.

Net income for the three months ended March 26 was 11 cents per share compared with 36 cents per share for the same period a year ago.

Lee Enterprises, Inc. earns $12.4 million in first quarter despite 7% drop in operating revenue; promises focus on more cost reductions in 2017

Lee Enterprises, Inc. earned $12.4 million in the first quarter ended Dec. 25 despite a 7.2 percent drop in operating revenues for the three-month period compared with a year ago.

The Davenport-based company Thursday (2/2) reported earnings of 22 cents per share, compared with 21 cents per share in the first quarter of 2015.

Lee Enterprises reports higher third quarter earnings despite a 5 percent drop-off in overall revenues

Third quarter earnings at Lee Enterprises, Inc. have increased compared with the same period a year ago despite a nearly 5 percent drop in net revenues at the Davenport-based media company.

The company Thursday (8/4) reported earnings of $4.4 million, 8 cents per share, for the three-months ended June 26, compared with $2.14 million, 3 cents per share, for the same quarter in 2015.

Isle of Capri Casino, Inc. earnings up for 4th quarter, fiscal year; lower debt, higher profits boost stock

Isle of Capri Casinos, Inc. – operators of Bettendorf's Isle of Capri Casino – reported improved earnings Tuesday (6/14) for the fourth quarter and fiscal year despite flat revenues for the 12-months ended April 26.

After company officials finished discussing the Isle's lower debt levels and improved profit margins in a conference call with analysts, the firm's stock price jumped nearly $1 per share (6 percent) to $17.32 in early trading.

The company reported fourth quarter net revenue of $265 million compared with $269 million for the same period last year. For the 12-months ended April 24, the Isle had net revenue of $979 million compared with $977 million for fiscal 2015.

Second quarter Lee Enterprise earnings increase thanks to one-time $30-milion insurance settlement

Lee Enterprises, Inc. – owner of the Quad City Times and 46 other daily newspapers – reported Thursday (5/5) morning second quarter earnings of $19.5 million, or 36 cents per share, thanks largely to a one-time insurance gain of $30.6 million.

Without the insurance proceeds, the company would have reported a 1 cent per share loss for the 3-month period ended March 27, compared with a 3 cents per share gain for the same quarter a year ago.

Isle of Capri Casinos, Inc. posts higher earnings despite 2.5 percent drop in overall revenues

Isle of Capri Casinos, Inc. posted higher earnings for its third quarter ended January 24 despite a 2.5 percent drop in overall revenues.

The gambling firm, owner of the Bettendorf Isle of Capri casino riverboat, reported third quarter earnings of $6.6 million, or 16 cents per share, compared with $5.4 million, or 13 cents per share, for the same period a year ago.

Lee reports higher 4th quarter earnings; lower expenses offset 4.3% drop in operating revenue

Lee Enterprises reported higher fourth quarter earnings today (12/10) compared with a year ago thanks primarily to lower operating expenses that offset a 4.3 percent decline in revenue for the three-month period.

For the fourth quarter ended Sept. 27, Lee reported earnings of 18 cents ($10.13 million) compared with 6 cents per share ($3.38 million) for the same quarter last year. For the fiscal year, earnings totaled 44 cents per share ($24.3 million) compared with 13 cents per share ($7.67 million) a year ago.

Isle 2nd quarter earnings up; weak revenues lead to stock sell-off and 19 per cent drop in stock price

Isle of Capri Casino, Inc. officials reported second quarter earnings of $11.45 million (28 cents per share) Wednesday (12/2), but its stock got hammered as investors apparently were concerned with weak casino revenues, particularly at the company's St. Charles, Louisiana operation.

The Isle's stock lost more than 19 percent of its value, more than $3.70 per share, in morning trading after the company reported its second quarter numbers. The stock had more than doubled in value since the first of the year, from $8.45 per share January 1 to $21.43 per share November 5.

Lee Enterprises earns $1.8 million in 2nd quarter; subscription revenue up and newsprint expenses fall

Davenport-based Lee Enterprises, Inc. posted net income of $1.8 million – 3 cents per share – for its second quarter ended March 29, thanks in part to higher subscription revenues and lower newsprint and interest expenses.

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