Intel Will Debut ‘Experience’ Pop-Up Stores In NYC and 2 Other Dow Movers to Watch

Intel Corp. (NASDAQ:INTC): Current price $24.44

Intel is poised to introduce a number of “experience” pop-up stores soon, with the first launching in New York on November 23. The stores were created for the shopping season and will stay open until late January. Via a promotional video, Intel says that it is ”redefining retail” with free coffee daily, free movies on Fridays, and a showcase of PCs, tablets, and other Intel-powered products at the stores. The pop-up stores will be physically modified three times per day, and it seems that the company has designed a dynamic layout to help move products around in its retail locations. In addition to all this, visitors will also be permitted to test-drive Intel products at home and to recycle used electronics.

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United Technologies Corp. (NYSE:UTX): Current price $108.58

United Technologies’s UTC Aerospace Systems will showcase a range of advanced civil and military technologies and systems at the Dubai Airshow, which runs November 17-21 at Dubai World Central. Military tech on display in booth #1854 will include C130 wheels and brakes and inertial sensors. The terrain proximity TERPROM active demonstration unit will also be found at the UTC Aerospace Systems booth, along with an intelligence exploitation system exhibit.

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UnitedHealthcare Group Inc. (NYSE:UNH): Current price $71.40

UnitedHealthcare introduced Neighborhood Connections, a comprehensive health and community service support program for at-risk TennCare members. Forming a part of the program, UnitedHealthcare will open health assistance centers in Memphis, Knoxville, and Nashville in Tennessee, and recruit 12 care coordinators to support local residents in accessing health care and community services. Neighborhood Connections is a personalized health support program to assist people who are most at-risk for serious health complications, according to a company press release.

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