Microsoft Debuts Internet Explorer for Windows 7 and 2 More Heavily Traded Stocks to Follow

Microsoft Corp. (NASDAQ:MSFT): Current price $37.53
The Verge reports that Internet Explorer 11 is now available for all Windows 7 users. Anyone who wishes may begin downloading the browser, while all others will automatically be updated within the “weeks ahead.” It is being said that Internet Explorer’s most recent version appears identical to IE 10, but on the inside the browser includes WebGL and the same engine that it employs on Windows 8.1. Microsoft says that the changes provide a much faster browser and a more fluid one when browsing websites.
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Tesla Motors Inc. (NASDAQ:TSLA): Current price $140

After an accident in Tennessee involving the third fire in five weeks in a Model S, a safety advocate suggests that United States regulators should check out the luxury electric car. Shares are down by more that 6.5 percent after the reports of the new fire. That follows a 15 percent plunge on Wednesday after the company’s third-quarter results and fourth-quarter outlook shook investors.

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The Wendy’s Co. (NASDAQ:WEN): Current price $8.05

Wendy’s intends to review its dividend rate each year, and will also will consider increases. The company’s goal is to examine its dividend rate with its board, and will think about potential increases so long as it continues to attain its long-term earnings growth plan. Besides that, Wendy’s expects to continue opportunistically buying back shares through the $100-million authorization through the end of 2013.

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