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May 21, 2014
11:07 EDTOWW, GOOG, PCLN, EXPE, UAL, LUV, JBLU, AAL, DALRule would force airlines to disclose more fee information, The Hill says
The Transportation Department today proposed a rule that would force airlines to disclose more information about their baggage fees on online airfare search tools like Priceline Group's (PCLN) Kayak and Google (GOOG), according to The Hill. Under the rule, all baggage fees would have to be disclosed before tickets are purchased, the website stated. Additionally, the rule would subject Internet flight tools to new regulations, The Hill stated. Publicly traded airlines include American Airlines (AAL), Delta Air Lines (DAL), JetBlue (JBLU), Southwest (LUV) and United Continental (UAL). Publicly traded online travel agencies include Princeline Group, Orbitz Worldwide (OWW), and Expedia (EXPE). Reference Link
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June 18, 2015
05:41 EDTUAL, DAL, AAL, LUVSouthwest downgraded to Underweight from Overweight at Barclays
Barclays analyst David Fintzen downgraded Southwest (LUV) two notches to Underweight from Overweight saying the company has moved from a margin expansion story to an "average" big four airline trading at a premium valuation. Fintzen expects Southwest's growth to normalize in 2016 and cut his price target for shares to $39 from $50. The stock closed yesterday down 7c to $33.84. The analyst coupled the downgrade with an upgrade of Align Technology (ALGN) to Equal Weight. He remains bullish on airlines, with Spirit Airlines (SAVE) remaining his top pick, followed by Delta Air Lines (DAL), American Airlines (AAL) and United Continental (UAL). Fintzen sees 50% average upside in those four names.
June 17, 2015
15:52 EDTAAL, UAL, DAL, JBLU, LUVAir Transport Assc. reevaluates carry-on changes
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14:34 EDTGOOGGoogle's Nest announces redesigned, refreshed product line
Google's Nest Labs announced refreshes and redesigns across the company’s entire product portfolio, including the introduction of Nest Cam, the second generation Nest Protect, new features for the Nest Learning Thermostat, and a new app. Nest Cam is a 1080p camera featuring a stand as well as improved motion alerts and night vision, offering live video streaming to a phone or computer to keep an eye on the home while the Nest user is away. Cam users can also subscribe to Nest Aware with Video History for an additional monthly fee to gain access to video history, alert summaries, advanced motion sensing, and more. Also, Nest is piloting the ability for YouTube creators to stream directly to YouTube Live from Nest Cam. Nest Protect is the company's second generation smoke and carbon monoxide alarm, offering a custom, split-spectrum sensor that uses two wavelengths of light to look for different types of fires. Building on Nest’s energy partner program, Nest is partnering with home insurance companies to help Nest Protect users save money on home insurance policies. Through Nest Safety Rewards, a participating Nest insurance partner may offer a discount on a Nest user's annual premiums. American Family and Liberty Mutual Insurance are the first insurance partners to provide offers as part of Nest Safety Rewards. Separately, the updated Nest Learning Thermostat has the capability to notify customers when temperatures drop to help avoid frozen pipes, and it also adds new integrations with other Nest products. Finally, the redesigned Nest app 5.0 brings together all three Nest products across multiple platforms. Nest Cam is available for immediate purchase with a suggested retail price of $199. It will begin shipping this month. The camera is set to launch next month in Belgium, France, Ireland, Netherlands, and the U.K. Nest Aware with Video History can be purchased as a 10-day or 30-day subscription for $10 or $30 per month, respectively. Nest Protect is available for immediate purchase for a suggested retail price of $99, and will begin shipping next month. Nest app 5.0 is available in the Google Play Store and iOS App Store. Nest Learning Thermostat software 4.5 will begin rolling out immediately and will take up to two weeks to reach all Nest customers.
13:34 EDTDALStocks with call strike movement; DAL EWZ
Delta Air Lines (DAL) December 46 call option implied volatility decreased 4% to 33, MSCI Brazil Index (EWZ) September 37.5 call option implied volatility increased 2% to 27 according to IVolatility.
10:59 EDTAALStocks with call strike movement; CHK AAL
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10:58 EDTGOOGGoogle announces cross-device measurement for all DoubleClick products
Google announced that cross-device measurement is coming to all of its DoubleClick advertiser products, so marketers can measure conversions that start as a click on one device and end with a conversion on another for all their campaigns across the web, not just with the ads they buy from Google. Reference Link
06:34 EDTGOOGGoogle's former head of Maps to join Uber, Re/code reports
Brian McClendon, the former head of Google Maps and a 10-year company veteran, will join Uber to oversee the company's new Advanced Technologies Center out of Pittsburgh, Re/code reports. McClendon will help guide Uber’s mapping, self-driving car and vehicle safety initiatives, the report says. Reference Link
June 16, 2015
19:38 EDTGOOGNext Google Nexus may have 3D camera, BGR says
Google is working on two Nexus handsets and LG's is testing a 3D camera for its model, reports the Boy Genius Report. Reference Link
14:47 EDTGOOGBanking sources say Twitter open to potential sale, Gasparino says
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13:56 EDTGOOGTwitter hits 52-week low after MKM downgrades on user growth concerns
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12:04 EDTDAL, UALUnited Airlines moving p.s. transcontinental service to Newark from JFK
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11:16 EDTDALStocks with call strike movement; DAL FCX
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08:21 EDTJBLUJetBlue enters into agreement with Goldman to implement ASR program
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07:51 EDTGOOGTwitter downgraded to Neutral at MKM Partners on stalled user growth
As previously reported, MKM Partners analyst Rob Sanderson downgraded Twitter (TWTR) to Neutral from Buy, noting that growth in its user base is stalling out and he sees no catalyst for sentiment to improve in the next two quarters, besides a possible bid from Google (GOOG). Sanderson thinks the company's CEO search brings with it some uncertainty and likely delays user experience improvements, unless Jack Dorsey takes over full-time, but that would require him to give up his CEO post at Square. The firm lowered its estimates on Twitter and cut its price target on the shares to $39 from $57.
06:46 EDTJBLUJetBlue seeks long range Airbus plane for overseas growth, Reuters says
JetBlue (JBLU) is eyeing a long range plane from Airbus (EADSY) that could help carry customers farther distances, possibly growing the airline’s network in South America, Reuters reports, citing comments from an interview with JetBlue executive vice president for Commercial and Planning Marty St. George. JetBlue is particularly interested in Airbus’ A321neo aircraft, the report says. Reference Link
06:01 EDTGOOGNeal Mohan not leaving Google for Dropbox, Re/code reports
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05:52 EDTGOOGStocks with implied volatility movement; GOOG VXX
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June 15, 2015
15:04 EDTDAL, AALDepartment of Transportation permits Delta to retain Seattle-Haneda route
The U.S. Department of Transportation finalized its decision to permit Delta Air Lines (DAL) to retain its authority to provide daily service between Seattle, Washington and Tokyo’s Haneda Airport, subject to conditions designed to ensure that Delta maintains a daily service in the Seattle market year-round. The Department noted that Delta "virtually abandoned" the Seattle-Haneda route last winter by operating service approximately only one week every 90 days between October 2014 and late-March 2015. That led the Department to consider whether to let Delta keep the route or to instead award it to a different carrier, even if from a different U.S. gateway. Besides Delta, American Airlines (AAL) applied for Los Angeles-Haneda authority and Hawaiian Airlines (HA) applied for Kona, Hawaii-Haneda authority. In the proceeding, Delta made an "unequivocal" commitment to restore a full pattern of daily Seattle-Haneda service and to continue that service year-round. Delta also presented evidence of expanded operations in Seattle. The Department has imposed a condition that any failure by Delta to operate any Seattle-Haneda flight, year-round, in either direction, would constitute a violation of its authority. Additionally, any failure by Delta to perform Seattle-Haneda service on two days of any seven-day period would mean the immediate loss of Delta’s authority. The Department also finalized its tentative selection of American Airlines’ Los Angeles-Haneda proposal as a backup to Delta’s award. American’s authority would become effective should Delta fail to meet its requirements for serving the Seattle market.
10:13 EDTUALEmbraer announces United Airlines to add E175 jets to fleet
Embraer (ERJ) announced an agreement with United Airlines (UAL) to add additional E175 jets to the United Express fleet. The agreement consists of ten firm orders, which will be included in Embraer's 2015 second-quarter backlog. Additionally, Embraer expects that United or one of the carriers that operates as United Express will convert options for 18 aircraft to firm orders in the near term. The ten firm orders have an estimated value of $444M based on current list price. Delivery of the first of these aircraft is expected in 2016. The E175s are configured in a dual class 76-seat layout and will operate under the United Express brand. The carrier's 76-seat jet fleet will be comprised exclusively of E175s. This latest acquisition is in addition to a previous order from United Airlines for 30 E175s in April 2013. United's E175 will be equipped with a 12 First class, 16 Economy Plus Seats, and 48 Economy seats. Wi-Fi will also be included.
07:13 EDTUALUnited passengers forced to spend night in military barracks, WSJ reports
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