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Sour Blackberry

Canada’s Blackberry (BBRY) lost at least 20% in the early stock trading session, following the smartphone manufacturer’s report of a quarterly loss and lackluster sales. In particular, weak demand and foreign exchange restrictions in Venezuela were most damaging to the company.

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Profits by Electronic Art

Electronic Arts, Inc. (EA) is the developer, publisher, marketer, and distributor of video games. The company was a pioneer of the home computer games industry and was founded by Trip Hawkins on May 28, 1982. The stock price of the company has increased from $14.55 to $26.07 per share, soaring by 79%. It has increased due to the margin expansion of the company, high growth in digital sales and two positive events which boosted the share price of the company.

 

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Bank of America Reports Results

Bank of America Corporation’s (BAC) second quarter 2013 net earnings went up almost 2/3rd as a result of improved net interest income, investment and brokerage income, investment banking fees, sales and trading revenue, equity investment income and credit quality as well as expense reductions. These income statement items were partly neutralized by a lack of year-ago gains related to liability management actions and lower mortgage banking income.

 

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Expedia’s Stocks take a Vacation

On July 26 2013, the company’s stock price decreased to $47.2, falling by 27%.  It was the most significant decline in company’s stock price since July 21, 2005. This came after the company’s has surged to all time high in February as a result of its four year rapid growth. The company lost more than $2 billion of market value on the day of its earnings announcement of second quarter and the stock has now fallen into S&P 500 worst performer category.

 

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Express Growth of American Express

American Express Company is a global services company that provides customers with access to products, insights and experiences that enrich lives and build business success. Its principal products and services are charge and credit payment card products as well as travel-related services offered to consumers and businesses around the world.

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American Express’s Express Growth

Over the past year, the American Express Company stock has shown a capital appreciation of 31.18%. American Express’ net income witnessed a growth of 5% in the latest quarter, driven by increased cardholder spending and the consequent revenue boost for the card-issuing company.

 

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Disney Ditched by Moviegoers

The Walt Disney Company, together with its subsidiaries, is a worldwide entertainment company diversified across five business segments: Media Networks, Parks and Resorts, Studio Entertainment, Consumer Products and Interactive Media. In terms of employment, the Company has approximately 144,000 people on its payroll as of October 3, 2009.

 

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Expedia’s Stocks went on vacations

Expedia Inc. (Nasdaq:EXPE) is a US based online travel agency. The company has many online brands in its portfolio such as Expedia.com, Hotwire.com, Hotels.com,  Egencia , Venere, Classic Vacations, Expedia Local Expert,  and eLong. On July 26 2013, the company’s stock price decreased to $47.2, falling by 27%.  It was the most significant decline in company’s stock price since July 21, 2005

 

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The Electronic Art of Profiting

Electronic Arts, Inc. (EA) is the developer, publisher, marketer, and distributor of video games. The company was a pioneer of the home computer games industry and was founded by Trip Hawkins on May 28, 1982. The stock price of the company has increased from $14.55 to $26.07 per share, soaring by 79%. It has increased due to the margin expansion of the company, high growth in digital sales and two positive events which boosted the share price of the company.

 

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Cisco’s Route for Future Profits

Cisco Systems recently made an announcement about the acquisition of Sourcefire, a leader in intelligent cyber security solutions. The announcement stipulated that Cisco pay $76 cash per share of Sourcefire, suggesting a company valuation of $2.7 billion. The offer price is 29% higher relative to Monday’s closing price. The agreement will allow the companies to synergize their products, technologies and research teams to develop and provide advanced protection across the entire attack continuum. Currently, Sourcefire has 650 employees on its payroll.

 

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Boeing’s Shares Soar Supported by Rising Commercial Airplane Deliveries

Boeing’s (BA) 2nd quarter airplane deliveries were up 19 units to 169 airplanes, an increase from 150 in the preceding year, as the company rapidly hiked its production rate and once again resumed 787 deliveries. On the negative side, a slowdown in the company’s military business because of government austerity will in part negate the company’s success in commercial aviation.

 

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