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March 18, 2012
13:18 EDTREGN, FSYS, WPRT, SWKS, TWX, CMCSA, AAPL, HLF, GMLP, GTLS, VRSK, SIVB, DIS, ZNGA, MSFT, VVUS, GLNG, CLNE, CAVM, INTU, CBS, MSEssex Invst's founder likes new energy, content, and smartphones, Barron's says
Barron's interviewed the founder and CIO of Essex Investment Management, Joseph McNay, has been beating the Russell 3000 by a wide margin this year He believes that in the short term, the market is slightly overbought. McNay looks for a pullback to the 50-day moving average on the S&P 500, which is around 132 -- and expects it could last a few weeks or a month. "Short-term interest rates are the lowest in our lives, says McNay, so it makes common stocks and gold-related investments the most interesting places to invest." "You want to be in companies that grow faster than money loses its value, so that you maintain your purchasing power," McNay notes. Stocks that pay dividends have more appeal. MCNay thinks Apple (AAPL) will raise its dividend. McNay says, in the long term, gold is still in a bull market. McNay's Picks: MSFT; AAPL; MS; ZNGA; CMCSA; CBS; DIS; TWX; INTU; SIVB; SWKS; CAVM; VRSK; WPRT; CLNE; GTLS; FSYS; GLNG; GMLP; STSS; REGN; VVUS; HLF. Reference Link
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June 18, 2015
06:16 EDTCMCSALester Holt expected to be named permanent 'Nightly News' anchor, WSJ reports
Brian Williams will stay with NBC in an undisclosed role and Comcast is expected to make Lester Holt permanent anchor of "Nightly News," a source tells The Wall Street Journal. Williams was taken off the air earlier this year following allegations he exaggerated a story from his days covering the war in Iraq in 2003. Reference Link
06:10 EDTMSFTMicrosoft writedown for Nokia now more likely, says Jefferies
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June 17, 2015
17:40 EDTCMCSAComcast 'isn't interested' in T-Mobile, Washington Post says
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17:37 EDTMSGM hires advisers as Fiat Chrysler tries to force merger talks, Reuters says
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14:42 EDTAAPLOption volume leaders
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13:28 EDTDIS, TWXHBO to make serious run at Bill Simmons, Hollywood Reporter says
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12:15 EDTCBSNexstar and CBS enter into affiliation agreement renewals
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10:25 EDTAAPLApple iPhone estimates raised at BofA/Merrill
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10:22 EDTCMCSAComcast not interested in pursuing T-Mobile, DJ says
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10:13 EDTCMCSADeutsche Telekom shopping T-Mobile to Comcast, FT reports
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10:11 EDTMSFTMicrosoft aligns engineering team, Chief Insights Officer to leave
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09:46 EDTMSFT, ZNGAJefferies to hold company meetings at E3 Expo
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09:40 EDTAAPLActive equity options trading on open
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09:36 EDTAAPLActive equity options trading on open
Active equity options trading on open: AAPL FB AMD ADBE TWTR BABA QIHU NFLX BAC
07:29 EDTAAPLApple Music offering high revenue rate to attract indie labels, Billboard says
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07:26 EDTCMCSADeutsche Telekom, Comcast in talks over possible T-Mobile sale, Reuters says
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07:10 EDTAAPLSoftbank, Foxconn form JV to make robots, Nikkei reports
Softbank (SFTBF) and Apple (AAPL) supplier Foxconn will set up a joint venture to make robots, The Nikkei reports, citing sources. According to the sources, the JV may first focus on mass production of Pepper, a home robot that can respond to human emotions and requests, and plan to initially make around 10,000 units annually. The JV may also market the robot and potentially other models globally. Reference Link
07:06 EDTMSNoble CEO fires back at critics of company’s accounting practices, WSJ says
Noble Group (NOBGY) CEO Yusuf Alireza disputed allegations about the company’s accounting practices, particularly that it is hiding the true nature of its debt and improperly valuing its 13% stake in Australian coal miner Yancoal, the Wall Street Journal reports. In a letter to former longtime Morgan Stanley (MS) banker Michael Dee, Alireza said that the company’s evaluation of Yancoal is “reasonable and consistent with market practice and accounting policies” and that “any suggestion otherwise is ill-informed and factually incorrect,” the report says. “As an associate company, we must rely on a cash flow model to value our stake, which is consistent with market practice in the mining industry,” the Noble CEO added, the report says. Reference Link
06:48 EDTMSMore big banks waiving overdraft fees, WSJ reports
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06:20 EDTDIS, CMCSA, TWXHulu luring content producers from Netflix, WSJ reports
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