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Companies to Watch: Canada Goose misses, Intel unveils new chips, Soliton soars on FDA approval

Here are the companies Yahoo Finance is watching today.

A weak quarter at Canada Goose (GOOS). The high-end jacket maker missed on revenue and posted its slowest revenue growth in 2 years. Canada Goose has been focusing on building out its own retail stores and plans to open 20 more by next year.

After years of delays, Intel (INTC) is unveiling its newest batch of processors. Intel says the 10th generation processors, nicknamed Ice Lake, will perform 18% faster than the last generation. It will also offer even better graphics performance. The new processors will begin shipping next month.

Soliton (SOLY) just got FDA approval for its new tattoo removal system, sending the stock rallying more than 150%. The tattoo removal market is expected to top $4.5 billion in the coming years.

Bed Bath & Beyond (BBBY) is settling a spat with some investors by nominating four new members to its board and finding a permanent replacement for its former CEO Steven Temares. The retailer also agreed to form a committee to explore options for underperforming businesses.

Wynn Resorts (WYNN) said it will not be appealing a Massachusetts regulator's ruling against the company. The company said it will pay a $35 million fine for how it handled sexual-misconduct allegations against its founder and former chief executive, Steve Wynn. The penalty will also include a $5000 fine against CEO Matt Maddox.