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Companies to Watch: Dave & Buster’s, Boeing, Facebook and more

Here are the companies Yahoo Finance is watching today.

A not-so-good time at Dave & Buster's (PLAY). The restaurant arcade chain missed on profit and sales last quarter as well as lowering its guidance. The CEO blamed a shift in the timing of Easter for keeping customers away but said new locations delivered a "strong" performance.

Boeing (BA) is delivering fewer jets. The aerospace giant says only 30 planes were delivered last month, down 56% from a year earlier. It received no orders for new commercial jets last month. Part of the drop was thanks to India's Jet Airlines canceling its orders as it stopped operations.

Another legal challenge for the Sprint (S), T-Mobile (TMUS) merger. A group of states attorney general, led by New York and California, filed a lawsuit to block the merger of the wireless carriers, as the Justice Department continues to review the $26 billion deal. The suit alleges that it would result in price increases, lost jobs and fewer improvements to cellphone services.

Facebook (FB) is relaunching its paid market research program today. The Study app is meant to help the company find out which competing apps and features Facebook should buy, copy or ignore. This comes after TechCrunch discovered earlier this year that the company paid teenagers to gain market data on competitors. The new app will now only target adults 18 and older.

Nintendo (NTDOY) is taking a hit today. Shares of the video game company fell after announcing the delay of its highly anticipated Animal Crossing game called New Horizons. The game was originally scheduled to be released later this year and is now being pushed back to March 2020. The stock fell about 3.5% by the end of the trading day in Tokyo today.