Marvel beats Street despite a week Q4

Bond, Paul
February 2007
Hollywood Reporter -- International Edition;2/27/2007, Vol. 398 Issue 25, p22
The article presents information about the financial performance of Marvel Enterprises Inc. The company has announced that its fourth-quarter profit fell from $25.9 million a year ago to $11.7 million. Its revenue fell from $117.1 million a year ago to $85.2 million. Marvel said it would earn $1.30-$1.55 per share in 2007, while its previous guidance called for $1.35-$1.55. In 2006, Marvel benefited from the inclusion of a $50 million license fee with video game maker Activision Inc.


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