The Boeing Company (NYSE:BA) reported 172 new orders on its weekly update including GECAS with 85 737s, GOL Airlines with 60 737s, Turkmenistan Airlines ordering one 737, and 2 737s, one 777 and three 787s from unidentified customers. In addition, the firm decreased 737 net orders by 12 in the Changes category.
Bank of America Corporation’s (NYSE:BAC) Merrill Lynch is among top Wall Street institutions which is backing a stock-trading “dark pool” which agrees to resolve Securities and Exchange Commission allegations that the broker-dealer exBX LLC improperly shared confidential client-trading information with a division of Citigroup (NYSE:C), says the Wall Street Journal. Other banks in the group include Credit Suisse (NYSE:CS), Fidelity Investments, and the estate of Lehman Brothers Holdings
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The Walt Disney Company (NYSE:DIS) and Cablevision Systems Corporation(NYSE:CVC) have reached a new multi-year distribution arrangement through which to supply Disney’s line-up of sports, news and entertainment content to customers of Cablevision TV across Internet, television, tablets and handheld devices. By the terms, Cablevision will introduce a number of new services among which include the full suite of authenticated WATCH products, ESPN3 and ESPN 3D alongside the upcoming ABC News/Univision Joint Venture, which consists of a 24/7 news, information and lifestyle multi-platform network for English-dominant and bilingual Hispanic audiences. Additionally, Cablevision will also provide to its television customers broad access to expanded On Demand content via Disney’s comprehensive TV+ initiative.
Hewlett-Packard Company (NYSE:HPQ) Chief Executive Whitman comments that she is ‘very comfortable’ with make-up of the company’s board.
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