By Adam R Jacobson
RBR + TVBR
It’s usually not a good sign when a company notes in its official quarterly earnings release that “detailed financial data and other information” are available in its Form 10-K filed today with the Securities and Exchange Commission, and withholds general distribution of its full quarterly and full-year results.
Yet, DISH Network Corp. beat Wall Street analysts on its Earnings Per Share estimate.
And, a negligible dip in revenue that missed the Street didn’t seem to alarm investors, as shares in DISH were up slightly in midday trading on Wednesday (2/22).
Here’s the biggest reason why shareholders may be pleased with DISH’s Q4 finish.