Nike Inc. (NYSE:NKE): Current price $78.93
On Monday in Rio de Janeiro, Nike unveiled the new Brasil National Team home kit, which will be worn by the hosts next summer. The kit combines performance innovation, cultural design cues, and environmentally sustainable materials, as it helps performance by regulating player body temperature and keeping players cool. NIKE Dri-FIT tech wicks moisture away from the skin to the outside of the garment, where it evaporates more rapidly. Laser-cut holes and engineered mesh in key areas where heat is generated permit increased breathability and airflow.
Johnson & Johnson (NYSE:JNJ): Current price $95.79
On Saturday, J&J and Medivir AB won United States clearance for their pill to treat chronic hepatitis C, representing the first drug permitted for sale in a race to bring new treatments for the virus to market. The FDA-approved simeprevir, to be called Olysio, together with other medicines for the viral disease that damages the liver, according to an agency statement. The drug can curtail current treatment by half, limiting interferon injections that could lead to flu-like symptoms.
Microsoft Corp. (NASDAQ:MSFT): Current price $37.64
Microsoft updated its OneNote for Windows 8.1 application on Monday with some important changes. Visually, the app remains quite similar to the previous version, with some modifications, and the multiple Snap Views in Windows 8.1 are now fully enabled. Besides that, OneNote now supports the Share Charm in 8.1, letting users copy a website or data from an app directly into a new note in the app. When persons share from a Windows 8.1 app or IE11, then it keeps the full richness of the images and text that is captured into a note.
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