Facebook Targeted By Hackers in Europe and 4 Hot Stocks Moving Now

Bank of America (NYSE:BAC): U.S. mortgage interest rates may drop even more as the Federal Reserve increases its purchases of new mortgage bonds, claim bond traders, reported Financial Times.

Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL): Swiss Federal Railways and Apple have reached an agreement regarding the use of SBB’s station clock on particular devices like iPads and iPhones. The arrangement was mutually agreed upon by both parties in a license agreement. Regarding the use of the clockface on particular Apple devices such as iPads and iPhones, the parties have made an arrangement allowing Apple to use the SBB station clock under a license agreement, the company stated. The parties agreed that the amount of the licensing fee and other details about licensing arrangement will be confidential. The SBB station clock was designed by Hans Hifinker for the company in 1944. “A special feature of the clockface is its striking red second hand in the shape of a railway guard’s signalling disc,” SBB stated.

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Facebook, Inc. (NASDAQ:FB): There have been numerous reports from users on Twitter that Facebook is down in Sweden, Denmark, Ireland, Norway, and Portugal. The website DownRightNow.com claims that there is “likely service disruption” on Facebook. The site gathers its information through a few different methods, such as official site announcements, Twitter reports, or direct reports to the site. In this instance, Twitter users continued to report Facebook outages on the micro blogging service. A Twitter account associated with the hacking group Anonymous claims responsibility for the European attacks on Facebook.

AT&T, Inc. (NYSE:T): Today’s expansion will extend AT&T’s 4G LTE network to more consumers and businesses in the region and is a part of AT&T’s continuing rollout in the New York City metropolitan area. AT&T 4G LTE will now span from Queens Village in New York City to Westbury, N.Y.

Nokia Corporation (NYSE:NOK) completed its divestment of Vertu, which is the global leader in luxury mobile phones, to EQT VI. The transaction was announced on June 14. Nearly 1,000 employees have transferred with Vertu, and Nokia keeps only a 10 percent minority shareholding in Vertu.

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