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January 2, 2013
06:05 EDTF, GD, NOC, LMT, CHTR, CALX, CMCSA, TWC, VZ, GOOG, TM, FIATY, GM, BAOn the Fly: Periodicals Wrap-Up
WALL STREET JOURNAL: The recovering U.S. auto industry (F, GM, FIATY, TM) should hit its stride this year as new vehicle offerings, pickup truck demand and a stable economy push sales above 15M, the Wall Street Journal reports...Growth in broadband revenue has helped cable operators offset a stagnant pay-TV market, but the industry (GOOG, VZ, TWC, CMCSA, CALX, CHTR) is resisting pressure from local governments, businesses and universities to offer ultrafast Internet service, opening the door to new competitors, the Wall Street Journal reports...REUTERS: U.S. stocks are poised for gains to begin the year after passage of a bill to avoid harsh tax hikes that would have hit most Americans and crimped economic growth, Reuters reports...U.S. sales of warplanes, anti-missile systems and other weapons to China's and North Korea's neighbors appear set for significant growth (LMT, NOC, GD, BA) amid regional security uncertainty, Reuters reports...BLOOMBERG: Middle East and North Africa equities are set to outperform emerging markets as higher dividends and state-funded expansion attract investors looking for better returns, says Franklin Templeton Investment Management, Bloomberg reports...Oil increased to the highest level in over 10 weeks in New York--as much as 1.1%--after lawmakers reached a deal to avert automatic tax increases and spending cuts that threatened growth in the U.S. economy, Bloomberg reports.
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July 9, 2014
05:10 EDTBABoeing, Air New Zealand announce first 787-9 Dreamliner delivery
Boeing announced the first 787-9 Dreamliner delivery with launch customer Air New Zealand. This 787-9, painted in a unique black livery, is the first of 10 Dreamliners to join Air New Zealand's fleet. The airline said the airplane will operate the Auckland–Perth route in October 2014 and to both Tokyo and Shanghai in November 2014.
July 8, 2014
13:01 EDTNOCNorthrop Grumman invests $20M to build new 25K square foot facility
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12:25 EDTGMGM won't use insurance to pay ignition claims, Automotive News reports
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11:02 EDTNOCNorthrop Grumman, ATK complete testing of PMBSS
Northrop Grumman (NOC) and ATK (ATK) have completed static testing of the primary mirror backplane support structure, moving NASA's James Webb Space Telescope one step closer to its 2018 launch. The structure was delivered to Northrop Grumman's facilities in Redondo Beach, completing a path program milestone. Static testing demonstrates that the backplane has the structural integrity to withstand the forces and vibrations of launch, and is the final test prior to starting the integration of the backplane with the rest of the telescope.
10:39 EDTGOOGGoogle, Facebook leave net neutrality fight to startups, Bloomberg says
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10:06 EDTBABoeing to build Intelsat 35e EpicNG satellite
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08:52 EDTLMTGCS to work with Lockheed Martin
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08:36 EDTLMTUncertain if F-35s will fly in time for shows, The Hill says
The Pentagon's decision to ground its fleet of F-35 Joint Strike Fighters, built by Lockheed Martin (LMT) and United Technologies (UTX), comes ahead of two major air shows scheduled for next week, according to The Hill. Officials said yesterday that it's uncertain if the planes will be allowed to fly in time for the shows, the newspaper added. Reference Link
07:47 EDTGOOGThe Cato Institute holds a discussion
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07:43 EDTCMCSAComcast growing clout in mobile ads troubling rivals, WSJ says
Executives at several of the large partners to FreeWheel, an online video advertising company acquired by Comcast (CMCSA) in April, are concerned that the cable giant is gathering too much influence over the digital-TV business that will be vital as viewing shifts from traditional sets to mobile devices and tablets, according to The Wall Street Journal. The report lists Time Warner (TWX), Viacom (VIA, VIAB) Disney (DIS) and 21st Century Fox (FOXA) as among FreeWheel's customers, but does not attribute the concerns to executives at any of them specifically. Reference Link
07:32 EDTLMT, GOOGSemiconductor Equipment & Materials International to hold a conference
SEMICON West to be held in San Francisco on July 8-10.
07:07 EDTFIATYFiat founders could tighten hold on firm after Chrysler merge, Reuters says
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07:02 EDTBASpirit selects Ducommun for Boeing 737 MAX
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07:00 EDTVZSprint tests discounted versions of Framily, individual plans, CNet reports
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06:59 EDTVZMobile payments company Isis to change name
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06:54 EDTGMGM Korea head says potential strike could mean output cuts, Reuters says
GM South Korea CEO Sergio Rocha warned employees that a possible strike could prompt further production reductions in one of its major Asian manufacturing centers, according to Reuters, citing comments from Rocha. GM's 15K unionized employees in South Korea plan to cast ballots on whether to hold a strike for a fourth consecutive year, signaling a reemergence of summer labor unrest in the country's vehicle industry. Reference Link
06:46 EDTBAAirbus optimistic about A330neo, urges for weaker euro, Reuters says
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06:29 EDTGMGeneral Motors elects not to recall trucks with brake problems, NY Times says
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06:24 EDTFFord recalls 101,000 vehicles, Detroit News reports
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06:22 EDTBABoeing faces risk to long-term credit if Export-Import Bank is closed, WSJ says
According to a new study by S&P, Boeing (BA) could have to double its financial backing to airline and leasing-company clients over the long term if U.S. lawmakers decide to close the Export-Import Bank, the Wall Street Journal reports. S&P says that a significant expansion of its direct loans and guarantees risks harm to Boeing's long-term credit rating. Other manufacturers, like United Technologies (UTX), Caterpillar (CAT) and General Electric (GE), also face risks should the bank be eliminated. Reference Link
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