Domino’s Sales LEAP 22% and 4 Morning Hot Stocks Sparking Chatter

A new artificial sweetener may help PepsiCo (NYSE:PEP) to keep its Diet Pepsi stay sweet longer, leading the company to shelve plans to import the soft drink from other countries.

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India is now the third largest market for Domino’s Pizza (NYSE:DPZ) after the U.S. and the U.K. and has a sales growth of over 22 percent, hence it’s no surprise that the pizza chain intends to establish a 100 new restaurants in the country.

New Barclays (NYSE:BCS) CEO Antony Jenkins is resetting priorities at the troubled bank and top of the list is to restore its tattered prestige with a “transformational” plan to be unveiled next year in the first quarter. Jenkins intends to retain Barclays’ model as a “universal” bank, though he is chopping the return on equity goal to 11 – 11.5 percent from his predecessor Bob Diamond’s plan to achieve 13-15 percent.

On-demand, cloud-based, financial management and human capital management software vendor Workday will supply Google (NASDAQ:GOOG) with online HR tools, that should help the search engine to replace some of its own software, according to a Bloomberg report. Workday filed an S-1 yesterday, ahead of its IPO.

Shares of Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) benefit from a reported move by Google to suspend its Google TV ads programs in favor of a thrust on web initiatives. Netflix should benefit if consumers are drawn away from TV to online and digital content.

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