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February 24, 2014
04:55 EDTAKAM, AKAM, AKAM, AKAM, AKAM, EMC, EMC, EMC, EMC, EMC, SWI, SWI, SWI, SWI, SWI, TIBX, TIBX, TIBX, TIBX, TIBX, MSFT, MSFT, MSFT, MSFT, MSFT, MA, MA, MA, MA, MA, EBAY, EBAY, EBAY, EBAY, EBAY, DFS, DFS, DFS, DFS, DFS, CA, CA, CA, CA, CA, BA, BA, BA, BA, BA, CUDA, CUDA, CUDA, CUDA, CUDARSA to hold a conference
RSA Conference USA 2014 is being held in San Francisco on February 24-28.
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April 14, 2015
09:02 EDTMAProPay adds MasterCard MasterPass checkout service
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07:10 EDTBAAviation Week to hold a conference
MRO Americas 2015 is being held in Miami Beach on April 14-16.
06:15 EDTBABoeing, Lockheed Martin JV unveils Vulcan rocket with reusable engine
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05:46 EDTMSFTMicrosoft's Surface 3 expected to see weak sales, DigiTimes Research reports
Microsoft's Surface 3 is expected to see low shipments and weak sales due to fiercer competition than those for its Surface Pro 3, reports DigiTimes Research. The Surface 3, priced over $600, is expected to only have limited impact on other branded 2-in-1 products, which are priced below $350 on average. Reference Link
05:46 EDTMSFTMicrosoft offers fee cut to attract vendors to pre-install apps, DigiTimes says
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April 13, 2015
16:18 EDTEBAYeBay announces executive appointments ahead of PayPal separation
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16:14 EDTDFSDiscover initiated with an Outperform at Wells Fargo
Wells started shares of Discover Financial Services with an Outperform rating and $67-$70 price target range. It says that within its U.S. large-cap banking coverage universe, Discover is the most leveraged to rebounding credit card loan growth.
12:02 EDTMSFTMicrosoft hires Kurt DelBene to head corporate strategy and planning
Microsoft announced that Kurt DelBene has been named executive vice president of Corporate Strategy and Planning reporting to Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella. DelBene is returning to Microsoft, where he was most recently president of the Microsoft Office Division. After leaving Microsoft in 2013, he then served as senior advisor to the Secretary of Health and Human Services where he was appointed by President Obama to oversee implementation and improvement of Healthcare.gov. He most recently has been a venture partner at Madrona Venture Group, concentrating on investing and advising in early stage, technology-focused startups in the Pacific Northwest.
09:03 EDTEBAYeBay SSS grew 7.3%, Amazon SSS up 24.6% in March, ChannelAdvisor says
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07:12 EDTEBAYeBay PayPal unit worth $39 per share alone, says Bernstein
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07:08 EDTEMCSources: Symantec exploring Veritas sale 'for months,' Reuters reports
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06:47 EDTCUDAPalo Alto, FireEye remain Piper's favorite security ideas
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April 12, 2015
19:01 EDTMSFTNokia maps unit HERE may be of interest to several tech firms, Re/code says
If Nokia is putting its mapping unit HERE up for sale it may draw interest from firms like Microsoft (MSFT), Yahoo (YHOO), Amazon (AMZN) and Apple (AAPL), says Re/code. Reference Link
18:11 EDTCUDAEx-hacker says many capable of launching Sony-style cyber attack, CNET says
Ninety percent of companies are vulnerable to a Sony (SNE)-like cyber attack security experts tell "60 Minutes," CNET says. Companies in the cyber security space include Barracuda (CUDA), FireEye (FEYE), Check Point (CHKP), Fortinet (FTNT), Imperva (IMPV), Palo Alto (PANW), Qualys (QLYS), Symantec (SYMC) and Proofpoint (PFPT). Reference Link
April 10, 2015
14:24 EDTEBAYPayPal lending practices being probed by CFPB
EBay's PayPal unit disclosed last night in a regulatory filing related to the companies' split that on August 7, 2013 and January 13, 2014, eBay, PayPal and certain wholly owned subsidiaries of PayPal received Civil Investigative Demands, or CIDs, from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, or CFPB, requesting that they provide testimony, produce documents and provide information relating primarily to the acquisition, management, and operation of its PayPal Credit products, including online credit products and services, advertising, loan origination, customer acquisition, servicing, debt collection, and complaints handling practices. "The CIDs could lead to an enforcement action and/or one or more significant consent orders, which may result in substantial costs, including legal fees, fines, penalties and remediation expenses. We are cooperating with the CFPB in connection with the CIDs and exploring whether we may be able to resolve these inquiries. Resolution of these inquiries could require us to make monetary payments to certain customers, pay fines and/or change the manner in which we operate the PayPal Credit products, which could adversely affect our financial results and results of operations," PayPal noted.
12:59 EDTEBAYPayPal lending practices being investigated by CFPB, DJ reports
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11:30 EDTMSFTStocks with call strike movement; MSFT MYL
Microsoft (MSFT) October 48 call option implied volatility increased 9% to 38, Mylan (MYL) July 85 call option implied volatility decreased 11% to 31 according to IVolatility.
09:02 EDTBACopa Airlines and Boeing announce airplane order
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07:09 EDTBABoeing acquires motion imagery processing software maker 2d3 Sensing
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06:22 EDTBADoD enacts stricter rules on research spending by contractors, WSJ says
The Department of Defense is enacting stricter rules on how defense companies can spent $4B of the department's research budget, following a report that explained that much of the budget was used to increase contractors' bids or to develop their own proprietary technology, reports the Wall Street Journal. Publicly traded companies in the space include BAE Systems (BAESY), Boeing (BA), General Dynamics (GD), Lockheed Martin (LMT), Northrop Grumman (NOC), Raytheon (RTN) and United Technologies (UTX).
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