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September 30, 2014
11:54 EDTTFCC eliminates sports blackout rules
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11:29 EDTGOOGGoogle could be interested in eBay after spinoff, says Pacific Crest
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11:29 EDTAAPLReport: Apple Watch mass production to start in January 2015, MacRumors says
Apple may begin mass production of its Apple Watch in January of 2015, reports MacRumors, citing a report from Taiwanese news source AppleDaily. Apple is working only with manufacturing partner Quanta to produce the device, which contradicts earlier rumors that Quanta would be handling the bulk of the production. Reference Link
11:28 EDTAAPLeBay 'acted responsibly,' payments industry 'must be consolidated,' Icahn says
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11:25 EDTUALUnited Continental sees FY14 CASM ex-fuel up 1%-2% y/y
United Continental said it is looking to improve long-term shareholder value by generating ROIC greater than 10%, increasing earnings 2x-4x, growing CASM less than inflation and expanding revenue. Says expects to achieve $2B in annual cost savings by 2017, with ~$300M in non-fuel savings and nearly $200M in fuel savings in 2014. Sees 2015-2017 non-fuel unit costs growing less than inflation. Sees average CapEx of $2.8B-$3B from 2014-2017, expects to achieve $15B gross debt target and improve leverage ratios. Expects to complete $1B share repurchase program within the next three years. Comments from slides that are being presented at the Deutsche Bank Leveraged Finance Conference.
10:57 EDTAAPLApple denies selective treatment in Ireland tax deal, The Independent reports
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10:02 EDTAAPLOn The Fly: Analyst Initiation Summary
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09:36 EDTAAPLActive equity options trading on open
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09:31 EDTGEGE unit signs contract with Sky Global
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08:49 EDTTAT&T still sees Q3 wireless postpaid churn 1% or lower
AT&T is holding a meeting with investors today in Atlanta. In advance of that meeting, the company is providing an update on its wireless operational results for Q3, along with details on progress in two emerging lines of business in its Mobility group: connected cars and AT&T Digital Life. For Q3, AT&T still expects wireless postpaid churn to be 1% or lower. The company expects total AT&T Next take rates to be approximately 50% and to have over 400,000 postpaid smartphone gross adds from customers who “bring their own mobile devices." AT&T also expects approximately 58% of its postpaid smartphone base to be on Mobile Share Value plans at the end of the third quarter. AT&T expects meaningful subscriber growth for its connected car services in the next three-to-five years. As of today, AT&T provides either wholesale or retail connectivity to nearly 2 million U.S. registered passenger vehicles with about 500,000 added in the third quarter. In 2015, AT&T expects to connect nearly half of new wireless-connected U.S. passenger vehicles. The company expects to serve more than 10 million such vehicles by the end of 2017.AT&T expects revenues from its connected cars to be driven initially by wholesale customer relationships with auto manufacturers, with the opportunity to develop a direct retail relationship with drivers. Wholesale ARPU, paid for by auto manufacturers, is expected to be in the low single digits and retail ARPU, paid for by the car owners, is expected to be similar to that of a tablet on an AT&T Mobile Share Value Plan. In addition, AT&T Digital Life, the company’s home security and automation service, has approximately 140,000 subscribers at the end of the third quarter with more than half of those added in the last two quarters. As of today, The Digital Life Smart Security plan ranges from $40 a month for a basic security plan to $70 a month with security and automation packages. Additional installation and equipment fees also may apply. Approximately a third of customers that sign up for Digital Life security plans are also adding automation products, with the majority of those choosing video or door-control products.
08:46 EDTAAPLeBay says Apple could speed NFC adoption, would be good for PayPal
08:31 EDTTGameStop Technology Institute announce collaboration with AT&T
GameStop (GME) announced that its GameStop Technology Institute business unit is collaborating with AT&T (T) to further its focus on delivering to its brick-n-mortar retail stores technology advancements that drive positive customer experiences and accelerate the pace of change within the retail industry. As part of the relationship, GTI is working closely with AT&T to define the technical capabilities required to enable customers to interact seamlessly and responsibly through their electronic devices with digital product promotional materials (e.g., video game trailers, special discounts, etc.) located on store shelves and within identified product communication zones. To accomplish this, the company is utilizing AT&T Network Services, such as AT&T Business Fiber, so GameStop stores have reliable and scalable speeds.
08:07 EDTVZVerizon management to meet with UBS
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08:05 EDTAAPL, GOOGeBay could be worth $62/share on sum-of-the-parts, says Piper Jaffray
Piper Jaffray says it still estimates the total valuation of eBay's two divisions at around $62 per share on a sum-of-the-parts basis. Piper believes Marketplace could be more attractive as an acquisition candidate post separation, which it notes investors have been thinking about since the Alibaba (BABA) IPO. The firm thinks competition from Apple Pay (AAPL) and Google Wallet (GOOG) will likely add some uncertainty to PayPal’s standalone valuation. Piper has a Neutral rating on eBay. The stock is up 9% to $57.25 after announcing it will spin off PayPal into a separate publicly traded company.
08:01 EDTGEGE Healthcare to collaborate with GlaxoSmithKline in commercial oncology testing
GE Healthcare (GE) announced an agreement between its affiliate, Clarient Diagnostic Services, and GlaxoSmithKline (GSK). The collaboration aims to improve access to diagnostic testing for cancer patients by establishing a network of clinical laboratories to identify genetic mutations associated with different tumour types. The collaboration will enable GE to develop a broader laboratory and data analytics service that will enable better efficiency in the healthcare market related to oncology precision medicine. This will be made available as a subscription-based service and operated by GE Healthcare. Under terms of the agreement with GSK, GE Healthcare, through its Clarient affiliate, will initially use its clinical laboratory, pathology and genomics expertise, to certify laboratories and generate diagnostic data on metastatic melanoma patients. The first Clarient certified laboratories to initiate this work, are expected to be operational in several countries in early 2015. Laboratory testing will initially focus on more than 70 mutations relevant to melanoma, including BRAF V600E and V600K, with the opportunity to expand testing beyond melanoma into other tumor types, as the network of clinical laboratories develops.
07:53 EDTVZ, TAnalysts see AT&T with early lead over Verizon in connected cars, Reuters says
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07:45 EDTGOOGGoogle introducing new mobile ad types, Ad Age reports
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06:57 EDTAAPLRambus to benefit from Apple Pay, says Jefferies
Jefferies expects Apple Pay (AAPL) to raise interest in mobile payments as well as security requirements for mobile payments in Android-based devices. The firm thinks adoption of Rambus' (RMBS) Crypto Manager hardware based security solution will accelerate in mobile payment platforms and raised its price target for shares to $14 from $13.50. Jefferies keeps a Hold rating on Rambus, but notes its incrementally more positive on the stock.
06:56 EDTGOOGGoogle, Netflix hindered from TV review by CRTC, Bloomberg says
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06:33 EDTAAPLApple suppliers ready for demand after iPhone 6 China approval, Reuters says
Now that Apple's IPhone 6 line-up has been approved for sale in China starting October 17, the company's suppliers are preparing for the influx of demand, according to Reuters, citing comments from sources within certain suppliers. Some of the sources said that their manufacturing capacity at this time of year is facing pressure, while others said that they weren't making iPhones at their optimum magnitude yet. Reference Link
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