BofA Experiences Website Sluggishness and 3 Dow Movers Making Waves

The Boeing Company’s (NYSE:BA) more than 1,700 737 jets will be subject to stepped up inspections by the FAA due to increased worries concerning potentially dangerous cracks says the Wall Street Journal.

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Bank of America Corporation’s (NYSE:BAC) website experienced slow load times on Tuesday, according to The Charlotte Observer, with a few users unable to access the site at all. Rumors that the problems originated with a radical group which threatened a cyber attack were neither confirmed nor denied by the company, but an organization that claims to be linked with a militant Islamic group wrote on a site called Pastebin earlier on Tuesday that it would initiate an attack on Bank of America and the New York Stock Exchange beginning at 2 p.m.

Caterpillar Inc. (NYSE:CAT): China is following various procedures in its attempt to get access to gas, oil, and minerals that have become accessible of late in the Arctic, reports The New York Times. Specifically, the Chinese are very keen on obtaining rare earth minerals which were recently uncovered in the northern areas of Greenland.

Cisco Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ:CSCO): The tablet display shipments may jump by 56 percent this year, according to the research firm IHS to DigiTimes. Moreover, the shipments could reach 126.6 million units, which is considerably up from the 82.1 million units in 2011.

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