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January 6, 2014
06:12 EDTAAPL, NVDA, QCOM, INTC, VLKAY, GM, SSNLF, TM, VZ, CMCSA, DTV, TWC, DIS, DISH, NFLX, JPMOn the Fly: Periodicals Wrap-Up
WALL STREET JOURNAL: Aggressive investors were a driving force behind a number of deals at big companies in 2013. According to FactSet SharkWatch, there were 10 instances in 2013 in which a U.S. company agreed to break itself up or sell or exit businesses after an investor pushed it to make such changes, even if the moves didn't always satisfy the activist, the Wall Street Journal reports...U.S. prosecutors and regulators are expected to announce this week that JPMorgan Chase (JPM) will pay over $2B in penalties for alleged failures to warn about Bernard L. Madoff's massive fraud, sources say, the Wall Street Journal reports...REUTERS: U.S. cable and satellite television operators, already locking horns with programmers over subscriber fees, are now squaring off over the mobile apps that viewers are increasingly using to watch TV (NFLX, DISH, DIS, TWC, DTV, CMCSA, VZ), Reuters reports...Toyota Motor (TM) and its two local joint-venture partners sold more than 900,000 vehicles in China last year, according to two executives, beating its annual sales target after tensions eased in a territorial row between Japan and China, Reuters reports...BLOOMBERG: Samsung (SSNLF), which sells almost one of every three smartphones, wants to parlay that technology into automotive navigation and entertainment systems for an industry that makes more than 80M vehicles a year (GM, VLKAY, TM, INTC, QCOM, NVDA), Bloomberg reports...Apple (AAPL), facing behind-the-scenes pressure from some shareholders to add more female directors and executives, has taken a step to address the criticism and diversify its board, Bloomberg reports.
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August 18, 2014
06:42 EDTAAPLApple may call 5.5-inch iPhone '6L,' 9to5Mac reports
Apple may call its rumored 5.5-inch iPhone model the "6L," 9to5Mac reports, citing Asia-based rumor site Apple Daily. In this scenario, the 4.7-inch iPhone would be called the iPhone 6. Reference Link
06:03 EDTSSNLFAUO continues to see curved TV orders from Sony and Samsung, DigiTimes says
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05:23 EDTAAPLInvenSense downgraded to Neutral from Buy at Goldman
Goldman Sachs downgraded InvenSense (INVN) to Neutral citing valuation with shares near its $25 price target. Goldman also believes the near-term catalyst of share gains at Apple (AAPL) has passed. InvenSense closed Friday down 1c to $24.99.
August 17, 2014
20:16 EDTCMCSA, TWCFCC must decide on TWC arrangement as it reviews Comcast deal, WSJ says
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18:38 EDTAAPLToo early to sell Apple, Barron's says
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17:23 EDTGMJudge appoints lead counsel in GM ignition switch cases, Reuters says
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15:42 EDTDISParamount's 'Ninja Turtles’ holds on to box office lead, Bloomberg says
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August 15, 2014
16:00 EDTAAPL, NFLXOptions Update; August 15, 2014
iPath S&P 500 VIX Short-Term Futures up 1c to 28.88. Option volume leaders: AAPL GILD NFLX PBR TWTR TSLA MNKD AMZN C according to Track Data.
13:25 EDTVLKAYU.S. appeals court upholds dismissal of Porsche short squeeze suit, Reuters says
Porsche (POAHY) has convinced a U.S. federal appeals court to uphold the dismissal of a lawsuit that alleged the luxury car manufacturer of fraudulently controlling the market in Volkswagen (VLKAY) shares after they quietly amassed a large position in Volkswagen and created a "massive short squeeze" in October 2008, Reuters reported. The U.S. appeals court said Porsche could not be held responsible under U.S. securities fraud laws because the alleged wrongful conduct, which was brought on by more than 30 hedge funds who held short positions in shares of Volkswagen at the time, took place outside of the U.S., Reuters added. Reference Link
13:10 EDTGMGM issues recall due to faulty seat hook bracket assembly
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13:06 EDTTMGulf States Toyota recalls certain model year Tundras
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10:28 EDTVZVerizon management to meet with Evercore
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10:09 EDTSSNLF, AAPLSony expected to debut Smartwatch 3 next month, GigaOM reports
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09:35 EDTNFLX, AAPLActive equity options trading on open
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08:29 EDTAAPLChina Telecom now hosting Apple iCloud data in China, Marbridge Daily says
Apple (AAPL), which had previously been storing iCloud data for its Chinese users on servers in the U.S., in reportedly using China Telecom (CHA) as its sole cloud storage services provider in China, according to online Chinese media reports, said Marbridge Daily, citing Sina Tech. Apple and China Telecom have not commented, the report noted. Reference Link
07:38 EDTCMCSA, TWCComcast met with FCC this week to argue for deal, NY Post says
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07:35 EDTJPMJPMorgan reports July net credit losses 2.59% vs. 2.83% last month
Reports July delinquency rate 1.32% vs. 1.33% last month.
06:29 EDTGMGM recalls certain model year 2014 Chevrolet Impalas
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06:23 EDTINTCIntel teaming with SMS Audio for biometric earbuds, WSJ reports
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06:02 EDTSSNLFSamsung acquires home automation startup SmartThings, terms not disclosed
SmartThings announced on its blog that it has been acquired by Samsung and will operate as an independent company within Samsung’s Open Innovation Center group. "It has always been our goal to create a totally open smart home platform that brings together third-party developers, device makers, and consumers. We’re thrilled that Samsung fully supports this vision.We will continue to run SmartThings the way we always have: by embracing our community of customers, developers, and device makers and championing the creation of the leading open platform for the smart home. Our growing team will remain fully intact and will relocate to a new headquarters in Palo Alto, CA. In short: SmartThings will remain SmartThings." Reference Link
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