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July 29, 2014
09:17 EDTKLIC, SIMO, VSI, YNDX, AFOP, MAS, TCPC, WMT, GNC, FTR, T, IDTI, PLUG, DRI, UPS, VZ, CGNX, ARWR, CAMT, HLF, CTL, WINOn The Fly: Pre-market Movers
HIGHER: Windstream (WIN), up 32% after announcing plans to spin off its telecom assets into a publicly traded REIT. Shares of AT&T (T) and Verizon (VZ) are trading higher in the pre-market following Windstream's news, as are CenturyLink (CTL) and Frontier Communications (FTR)... Darden Restaurants (DRI), up 3.8% following the company's announcement that chairman and CEO Clarence Otis will step down and the board will separate the chairman and CEO roles... Plug Power (PLUG), up 10.9% after confirming follow-on GenKey order from Wal-Mart (WMT)... Arrowhead Research (ARWR), up 8% following positive comments made by CEO Christopher Anzalone in an interview on CNBC last night. UP AFTER EARNINGS: Cognex (CGNX), up 15%... Camtek (CAMT), up 19%... Silicon Motion (SIMO), up 8%... Masco (MAS), up 7%... Kulicke & Soffa (KLIC), up 4%... Yandex (YNDX), up 4.6%... Integrated Device (IDTI), up 8%. LOWER: UPS (UPS), down 3% after reporting on Q2, lowering FY14 adjusted EPS outlook... Alliance Fiber Optic (AFOP), down 12.6% after downgraded at B. Riley following the company's Q2 earnings results... TCP Capital (TCPC), down 3.6% after filing to sell $5.4M shares of common stock. DOWN AFTER EARNINGS: Herbalife (HLF), down 12.2%... GNC Holdings (GNC), down 6.2%. Peer Vitamin Shoppe (VSI) also down 3% after GNC's report.
News For WIN;VZ;T;CTL;UPS;FTR;HLF;DRI;GNC;CAMT;PLUG;WMT;ARWR;IDTI;TCPC;CGNX;SIMO;MAS;YNDX;KLIC;AFOP;VSI From The Last 14 Days
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May 14, 2015
06:37 EDTTDISH, Cogent ask FCC to set conditions for AT&T acquisition, Reuters says
DISH (DISH) and Cogent Communications (CCOI) asked the FCC to force AT&T (T) to sell Internet service as a standalone service, as a condition of the telecom giant's proposed acquisition of DirecTV (DTV), according to Reuters. DISH and Cogent also asked the agency to make AT&T sell standalone Internet service at a reasonable price and at the same speeds it provides in package deals, the news service stated. Reference Link
06:07 EDTVZAOL CEO could net almost $180M in company sale to Verizon, WSJ reports
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06:06 EDTVZ, TDISH plans to enter wireless business, Yahoo reports
DISH (DISH) plans to enter the wireless business in an attempt to become the only provider to offer wireless voice, video and data services, Adam Samson of Yahoo Finance reports, citing an internal document. The document, marked confidential, obtained by Yahoo indicates Dish is looking to hire a chief marketing officer to help guide its move into the wireless space, Samson adds. The move comes after DISH acquired nearly half of the spectrum licenses offered in a U.S. government auction. The top U.S. wireless providers are Verizon (VZ), AT&T (T), T-Mobile (TMUS) and Sprint (S). Reference Link
05:34 EDTVZAOL downgraded to Neutral from Buy at UBS
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May 13, 2015
18:09 EDTWMTWal-Mart to launch $50 unlimited shipping service in summer, AP says
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16:40 EDTCAMTCamtek files to sell ordinary shares, no amount given
Needham & Company, LLC is acting as sole book-running manager of the offering.
13:28 EDTWMTWal-Mart set to launch Amazon Prime rival, The Information reports
Wal-Mart (WMT) is nearing the launch of a subscription fast-shipping service that will compete with Amazon Prime (AMZN), Amir Efrati of The Information reports, citing people involved with or briefed on the product. The service is an attempt to boost Wal-Mart's online business and should launch in the next few weeks after being pushed back for technical and other issues, Efrati adds. Shares of Amazon are down $2.63 to $428.39 in afternoon trading while Wal-Mart is down 66c to $78.30. Reference Link
13:23 EDTWMTWal-Mart set to launch rival to Amazon Prime, The Information reports
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12:01 EDTTAT&T to offer Hulu subscription streaming service to customers
AT&T (T) and Hulu (DIS, CMCSA, FOXA) have signed a deal that will bring the Hulu subscription streaming service to AT&T customers through AT&T's websites and mobile applications. AT&T customers will be able to browse Hulu programs and select the shows they want to watch through an AT&T app for mobile device viewing or an AT&T website for Internet viewing. Combined with a leading TV Everywhere catalog, AT&T customers subscribing to Hulu will have one of the best selections available of current and past season full episodes. AT&T and Hulu also are exploring the possibility of bringing a Hulu app to TV. This offering will become available to AT&T customers later this year. The expanded relationship with Hulu complements AT&T's other over-the-top initiatives, including Otter Media.
11:58 EDTTAT&T, Communications Workers of America reach tentative contract agreements
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11:08 EDTARWROptions with decreasing implied volatility
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10:04 EDTVZVerizon's strategic policy adviser Randy Milch to retire
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07:18 EDTVZAOL downgraded to Hold from Buy at Deutsche Bank
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07:16 EDTVZMoffett Nathanson to hold a summit
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07:08 EDTCGNXOppenheimer to hold a conference
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07:06 EDTWMTAlibaba, Wal-Mart partner on consumer payments, China Daily reports
Alibaba (BABA) announced that it would partner with Wal-Mart (WMT) in China on consumer bill payments, according to China Daily. Under the deal, 25 Wal-Mart stores in the city of Shenzhen will enable consumers to pay their bills through Alibaba's payment service, and the arrangement will be gradually expanded to all of Wal-Mart's stores in China, the newspaper stated. Reference Link
06:55 EDTVZ, TInsiders speculate bidding war to erupt over AOL, Business Insider reports
The consensus speculation from investment bankers, hedge fund traders and people close to AOL (AOL) is that another company will emerge and offer a price for AOL that is higher than $50 per share, reports Business Insider. The potential suitors include Time Warner (TWX), Comcast (CMCSA), Yahoo (YHOO), Alibaba (BABA), Softbank (SFTBF), AT&T (T), Netflix (NFLX) and Apple (AAPL). Reference Link
06:39 EDTIDTIIntegrated Device teams with Blu Wireless to unite charging and streaming
Integrated Device announced its collaboration with Blu Wireless Technology to demonstrate integrated wireless charging with 60 GHz WiGig data transmission, a combination that will enable consumers to charge their phones and tablets while streaming 4K HD video and photos to their televisions and computers without cords.
05:53 EDTVZAOL CEO: AOL staying in content business, not selling TechCrunch, TC reports
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05:28 EDTVZAOL upgraded to Neutral from Sell at Goldman
Goldman Sachs upgraded AOL (AOL) to Neutral after Verizon (VZ) agreed to acquire the company for $50 per share. Goldman raised its price target for shares to $44 from $38.
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