Earnings roundup: CBOE Holdings, Newell Rubbermaid

The Associated Press

Among the earnings stories for Friday, May 3, from the AP Financial Desk:

— Exchange operator CBOE Holdings Inc. said that its net income rose 27 percent in the first quarter as trading of index options and futures contracts increased, giving the company greater transaction fees.

— Madison Square Garden Co. reported a 24 percent jump in net income during the third quarter compared with last year, when the company was ensnared in a fight with Time Warner Cable, which blacked out Knicks for about six weeks.

— Newell Rubbermaid Inc.'s net income fell nearly 32 percent, hurt by restructuring costs, but the maker of Sharpie pens and Rubbermaid containers posted adjusted results that beat expectations.