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[ August 5, 2015 | Author: Admin | Views: 51420 | Weather: | Mood: normal]

Pandora Media Inc (NYSE:P) is expected to release its fourth quarter financial results onFeb.5. The Internet radio service will host a conference call on the same day at3:00 PM (PT)/6:00 PM (ET)to discuss the quarterly performance with the investment community. Pandora is the leader in streaming radio in the United States. Pandora offers listeners a personalized music listening experience through its music genome project. Pandora uses intrinsic qualities of music to create stations and then adapts playlists in real time based on individual feedback of each listener. Pandora’s advertising products include Display, Audio (audio ads can be accompanied by display ads) and Video (in banner click initiated as well as auto play) advertising across devices. Pandora’s ad products can be customized by advertisers per campaigns needs such as creating custom “branded” stations. Pandora sells most of its mobile ad inventory through direct ad sales. Top 5 Internet Companies To Invest … Continue reading

[ August 5, 2015 | Author: Admin | Views: 88946 | Weather: | Mood: normal]

As of December 17, The Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA) had booked a net total for 1,074 new planes in 2013, compared with a net total of 1,314 new orders reported by archrival Airbus. On Friday, Boeing added an order for 21 new 777X aircraft from Cathay Pacific Airways, on top of an order for two new 767 freighters from FedEx Corp. (NYSE: FDX). The FedEx order is something of a mixed blessing, however, because the package delivery firm at the same time delayed for two years an order for 11 new 777F freighters. FedEx already had orders for 50 of the 767 freighters on Boeing’s order book. The deferment of the 777F order comes as a result of a slowdown in freight traffic between the United States and Asia. Cathay Pacific’s order is valued at $7.5 billion at list prices, but the actual amount is certainly lower than that. Asias … Continue reading

[ August 4, 2015 | Author: Admin | Views: 80152 | Weather: | Mood: normal]

According to a new report by Cedigaz, the France-based international natural gas association, cited in the Oil & Gas Journal, global marketed natural gas production and “apparent” consumption last year grew at a slower pace than the previous year. The report, published in April, said that global natural gas consumption grew by just 2.2%, to 3,348.7 billion cubic meters, as a “turbulent economic climate, ongoing geopolitical tensions, and security issues in Arab countries” weighed on growth. That rate of growth was 0.6% lower than 2011′s 2.8% growth and even lower than the 10-year average of 2.7% annual growth. The decline in gas consumption growth comes despite a massive surge in North American natural gas supplies, which kept prices depressed for much of the past few years, making the fuel more attractive to utility companies, chemical manufacturers, and other companies with energy-intensive operations. Not surprisingly, consumption in the U.S. rose 4.4%, … Continue reading

[ August 3, 2015 | Author: Admin | Views: 49352 | Weather: | Mood: normal]

Last August, StreetAuthority analyst Nathan Slaughter made a bold prediction. At the time, the price of natural gas had reached decade-low prices just a few months before, falling below $2 per thousand cubic feet (Mcf) in April of 2012. Nathan predicted that natural gas was due for a rebound. He also spotted a huge disconnect between the rising price of natural gas and the share prices of the companies that produce it. Since June 2012, the price of natural gas has doubled, reaching $4.40 in April before tapering off. Now, if we were to take a look at the share price for the stock of a "pure play" natural gas company (as opposed to one that produces a combination of gas and oil), we might expect the share price to mirror the price of gas. After all, the spread between how much it costs for these companies to drill for … Continue reading

[ August 3, 2015 | Author: Admin | Views: 60300 | Weather: | Mood: normal]

The Maryland-based aerospace & defense manufacturer Lockheed Martin (LMT) announced on Wednesday that it is acquiring an IT firm based in the United Kingdom. Specifically, Lockheed Martin is acquiring Armor Group, which is a company that specializes in providing information technology services to businesses in the energy, transport, and public services sectors. Headquartered in Glasgow, Scotland, Armor Group is a privately held company with offices in 15 countries and a staff of over 500 employees. One of the company’s biggest success stories is the Chroma Airport Suite, which is an operational system used in more tan 75 airports to help track both aircraft movements as well as passengers. Lockheed Martin did not disclose any specific terms regarding the acquisition. 5 Best Information Technology Stocks To Watch Right Now: Monsanto Co (MON) Monsanto Company (Monsanto), incorporated on February 9, 2000, along with its subsidiaries, is a provider of agricultural products for … Continue reading