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February 11, 2013
06:04 EDTGPMCF, F, AAPL, BUD, ADBE, LCC, VLKAY, MSFT, AAMRQOn the Fly: Periodicals Wrap-Up
WALL STREET JOURNAL: While investors have pushed the Dow Jones Industrial Average up this year near its record high, a different mood is pervading U.S. companies, where executives are less optimistic about the global economy and their own prospects, and many are lowering financial forecasts, the Wall Street Journal reports...The potential deal between American Airlines parent AMR Corp. (AAMRQ) and US Airways Group (LCC) to create the world's biggest airline likely would fly clear of government objections, experts said, the Wall Street Journal reports...REUTERS: Apple (AAPL) has been ordered to appear before Australia's parliament with Microsoft (MSFT) and Adobe Systems (ADBE) to explain why local consumers pay so much for their products, despite the strong Aussie dollar, Reuters reports...Since the days of Henry Ford’s (F) Model T, automakers have considered the "global car" to be their Holy Grail - the same basic design that can be built, in subtle variations, and sold in different markets. Take that fundamental concept, stretch it across many different vehicle types, sizes and brands, then build them by the millions, and you begin to sense the enormity of Volkswagen's (VLKAY) rapidly evolving "mega-platform" strategy and its potential impact on competitors around the globe, Reuters reports...BLOOMBERG: China passed the U.S. in 2012 to become the world’s biggest trading nation as measured by the sum of exports and imports of goods. U.S. exports and imports of goods last year totaled $3.82T, the U.S. Commerce Department said. China’s customs administration reported last month that the country’s trade in goods last year totalled $3.87T, Bloomberg reports...Anheuser-Busch InBev’s (BUD) bid to buy Grupo Modelo SAB (GPMCF) may face an obstacle unforeseen by the parties when the Justice Department sued to block the deal: assignment of the case to U.S. District Judge Richard Roberts, Washington’s slowest judge who was randomly picked to handle antitrust litigation over the $20.1B deal, Bloomberg reports.
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August 18, 2015
16:00 EDTAAPLOptions Update; August 18, 2015
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15:54 EDTAAPL48% of Apple Music listeners give up streaming, Cult of Mac says
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12:11 EDTFSEC joins German probe of Ford's alleged bribery, Reuters reports
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12:05 EDTFFord recalls roughly 26,400 vehicles in NA for seat belt malfunction
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09:39 EDTAAPLActive equity options trading on open
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06:30 EDTAAPLU.S. PTO views Apple D'677 iPhone design patent as invalid, Foss Patents says
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06:15 EDTAAPLNew Apple TV's OS to be TV-optimized version of iOS 9, 9to5Mac reports
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05:55 EDTAAPLQualcomm to supply all modem chips for next iPhone, DigiTimes reports
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August 17, 2015
19:12 EDTAAPLNew Apple TV device to feature iPhone-like interface, 9to5Mac says
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18:46 EDTAAPLGerman carriers prepare for September launch of next iPhone, AppleInsider says
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18:20 EDTVLKAYRegulators question Volkswagen over airbag rupture, Reuters says
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has requested information from Volkswagen (VLKAY) and Takata (TKTDY) over a previously-reported incident involving the rupture of a side air bag, Reuters reported. Volkswagen has not yet recalled any vehicles in connection with Takata's allegedly faulty air bags, the report noted. A Takata spokesperson said, "We believe [the Volkswagen incident] is unrelated to the previous recalls, which the extensive data suggests were a result of aging and long-term exposure to heat and high humidity." Reference Link
17:44 EDTAAPLApple says services, store, cloud may be down for some users, Bloomberg reports
16:00 EDTMSFT, AAPLOptions Update; August 17, 2015
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10:05 EDTAAPLApple preparing first Kangaroo bond, Reuters reports
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09:38 EDTMSFT, AAPLActive equity options trading on open
Active equity options trading on open: AAPL FB BAC MU NFLX TWTR HUN TSLA BABA MSFT
08:22 EDTAAPLSprint customers can upgrade iPhone anytime, included in monthly rate
Sprint (S) announced that customers can upgrade their Apple (AAPL) iPhone anytime, included in their monthly rate. New and upgrade eligible Sprint customers can get iPhone for just $22 per month with iPhone Forever. Anytime customers don't have the latest iPhone, they are eligible to upgrade. They bring their iPhone, upgrade on the spot and away they go. It's that simple. iPhone Forever is available on any eligible Sprint rate plan and upgrade eligibility is always included in your price. New or existing customers who are upgrade eligible can bring in any smartphone and get a 16GB iPhone 6 model and their monthly rate will be reduced to just $15 until their next upgrade. As a special promotion, customers who get iPhone 6 and upgrade before December 31 continue with the discount price of $15 until their next upgrade.
07:54 EDTAAPLApple iPhone sales likely to fall in start of fiscal 2016, says Pacific Crest
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07:42 EDTFNew Street-high target of $465 gives Tesla shares a charge
Shares of Tesla Motors (TSLA) are jumping after Morgan Stanley boosted its price target by $185 to $465, a new high among Wall Street analysts. The company is positioned to dominate as car sales shift to robot-driven and shared vehicles, the firm argues. SELLING MILES: Morgan Stanley analyst Adam Jonas raised his price target for Tesla Motors to $465 from $280, well above Friday's closing price of $243.15. Today, ten trillion vehicle miles are driven annually, with almost all of them delivered by "companies practicing a 100-year-old business model of human-driven, privately owned, internal-combustion vehicles," Jonas tells investors in a research note. General Motors (GM), Ford (F), Toyota (TM) and Honda (HMC) are among the publicly traded traditional carmakers. The market of selling cars is going through some fundamental changes, argues Jonas. He believes Tesla is "uniquely positioned" to dominate given its expertise in autonomous technology and networked machine learning. An app-based, on-demand mobility service could more than triple Tesla's potential revenues by 2029, the analyst estimates. He expects Tesla over the next 18 months to roll out formalized business plans on shared mobility, allowing the electric vehicle maker to sell miles in addition to cars. His new price target of $465 reflects Tesla's potential to lead the revolution of the shared mobility public transportation hyper-structure and more confidence around the commercial viability of Tesla Energy. ROBOT-DRIVEN: Jonas expects nearly all car sales to eventually shift from human-driven, individually-owned cars to robot-driven and shared cars. If Tesla wants to succeed on its mission of accelerating the world's transition to sustainable transport, the move to a shared mobility model is critical, he argues. All of Tesla's cars are electric, connected, and able to "learn" through over-the- air firmware updates at any time, which no other established automaker can claim today, Jonas writes. MARKET REACTION: Investors are buying into what Jonas is arguing. Shares of Tesla are up 5%, or $13.10, to $256.25 in pre-market trading. Over the past three months through Friday's close, the stock is down 2%.
07:39 EDTMSFTTMC to hold a conference
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06:38 EDTAAPLApple Watch revenue leader in wearable category, Business Insider reports
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