Dish Inks Agreement With Gannett and 2 Hot Stocks to See Now
Dish (NASDAQ:DISH) and Gannett (NYSE:GCI) have come to an agreement on the vexed issue of programming fees, particularly in the context of the Auto Hop feature introduced by dish that allows subscribers to skip ads. The agreement avoids the discontinuation of programming from Gannett owned content stations. The terms of the agreement are not yet known.
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Cisco (NASDAQ:CSCO) has terminated a seven-year-old sales partnership with Chinese company ZTE after a probe into allegations that ZTE illegally sold CISCO equipment to Iran’s major telecom firm.
An ownership dispute between China and Japan regarding some islands has led to boycotts of Japanese products, particularly cars, in China. This has affected sales of Japanese car makers in September with Toyota (NYSE:TM) falling off 48.9% on an annual basis, Honda’s (NYSE:HMC) down 40.5% and Nissan’s lower by 35.3%, while Suzuki’s shipments are off by 42.5%.
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