Microsoft Makes Deal With the NFL and 2 Other Hot Stocks to Watch

Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT): Current price $34.85

Microsoft and the National Football League have reached a multiyear partnership arrangement in which the NFL will employ Microsoft’s Xbox One and Surface tech to provide unique NFL viewing on Xbox One. Through the terms, Microsoft will supply enhanced interactive experiences by means of devices like Surface and Xbox One. The partnership will also enable NFL teams to access Microsoft solutions, which will improve on-field communications, photo viewing, and play calling among players and coaches, so that on-field performance and decision-making will be enhanced through technology.

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Oracle Corporation (NASDAQ:ORCL): Current price $34.58

On Tuesday, Oracle announced the most recent release of Oracle Service Cloud, which includes Oracle RightNow and also the intro of Oracle RightNow Mobile Agent App for the iPad. By the debut of new robust capabilities to support the servicing of customers when agents are away from their offices, Oracle Service Cloud now leverages the power of Oracle Fusion Tap, which is a native application for iPad that redefines user productivity while moving about. The latest release of Oracle Service Cloud, which includes Oracle RightNow with Oracle RightNow Mobile Agent App, was created specifically for the iPad and ensures that service agents, specialists, and managers can be connected and productive, whether they are at their desks or not.

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General Electric Company (NYSE:GE): Current price $23.76

GE Capital’s Franchise Finance business said Tuesday that it has provided a $45-million real estate-secured revolving credit facility to its new customer Platinum Hospitality Management, an affiliate of Platinum Companies that is based in a suburb of Nashville. Platinum operates a number of premium-branded, select service hotels under the Marriott, Hilton, and Intercontinental brands. Aimed at mid-market hotel franchisees, this new credit facility format allows for interest-only payments and no pre-payment fees while permitting borrowers to move properties into and out of the facility.

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