Honda Sets Target of 6M in 4 Years and 3 Hot Stocks Buzzing Today

Maker of educational toys, LeapFrog (NYSE:LF), is on a high on reports that its LeapPad2 tablet is likely to be a hot seller. The success of this tablet could be a shot in the arm for the company considering the intense competition it is facing in this sector.

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The closely watched trial between  AMC Networks (NASDAQ:AMCX) and Dish Network (NASDAQ:DISH) is stuck for want of jurors. Jury selection has been reportedly postponed to September 24 because an insufficient number of prospective jurors was available in the jury pool.

BP (NYSE:BP) underlines its commitment to stay in Russia for decades ahead despite the proposed sale of its stake in TNK-BP. “If we’re successful at selling our stake we’d be interested in buying a share in Rosneft,” a BP spokesman reportedly told Dow Jones Newswires.

According to Honda (NYSE:HMC) CEO Takanobu Ito, the company will leverage inexpensive and small cars sold in emerging markets in order to reach a global sales target of 6 million vehicles within four years.

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