Herbalife kicked things into high gear for earnings this Monday when it announced quarterly results. Herbalife reported earnings of $1.50 a share on $1.26 billion in revenues, beating analysts' estimates of $1.29 a share on $1.23 billion in revenues. Analysts were expecting earnings to beat estimates despite the regulatory scrutiny on the company. The stock price has risen by about 11-percent from its mid-April lows, a direct reflection on management's success
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