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Lee Enterprise stock falls to new 52-week low after reporting 5 percent drop in first quarter revenues

Lee Enterprises, Inc. stock today (2/4) fell to a new 52-week low – $1.15 per share – after reporting first quarter operating revenues declined 5 percent compared with a year ago.

The company's first quarter includes the Thanksgiving and Christmas holiday season, typically the best advertising period for newspapers, and the results apparently disappointed investors. Shares of the Davenport-based media firm, owner of the Quad City Times, dropped more than 10 cents per share in heavy trading after the company announced its earnings.

Isle earns $3.1 million in first quarter; Bettendorf gambling boat battered by construction, Illinois slots

The first quarter financial results of Isle of Capri Casino, Inc. drew praise from stock analysts Wednesday (9/2), but its Bettendorf riverboat was noteworthy for just the opposite – falling revenues.

The Isle earned $3.1 million for the first quarter, or 8 cents per share, a turnaround from last year when the gambling firm lost 6 cents per share, or $2.3 million. The St. Louis-based firm also reported a significant increase in net revenues for the period, jumping nearly 5 percent to $260 million, compared to $249.5 million during the same period a year ago.

Bettendorf downtown 2.0 starting to look like old version: gas stations and convenience stores

The revised downtown Bettendorf streets aren't yet complete, but gas station/convenience store developers are already moving to re-establish their presence along the busy State and Grant Street corridors.

Isle of Capri to close its Natchez casino and sell adjacent hotel, other assets to competing casino

Isle of Capri Casinos, Inc. plans to close its Natchez, Mississippi casino in October and sell the company's nearby hotel to the competing casino there.

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