Nintendo RELEASES New Wii U Controller and 3 Morning Hot Stocks Trading Today
The success of of its Facebook Exchange, a third-party ad exchange, has prompted Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) to move it out of beta mode. The company has been going to town about the success of the exchange, and now has client testimonials to prove it.
More on BP (NYSE:BP) asset disposals. The company has sold its stake in the Draugen field in the Norwegian Sea to a Royal Dutch Shell (NYSE:RDSA) unit for $240 million. The sale is not likely to affect BP’s Norwegian operations, where production is likely to double once it completes its Skarv and Valhall fields projects.
Johnson & Johnson (NYSE:JNJ) CEO Alex Gorsky hires Bayer CropScience CEO Sandra Peterson to take charge of the company’s consumer health and manufacturing operations which have been suffering from a series of product recalls.
Nintendo’s (NTDOY.PK) new Wii U game controller has the added functionality of a 6.2 inch touchscreen for playing games in addition to the gadget’s usual TV option. The device is likely to launch in time for the Japanese holiday season, and may help Nintendo get back within its fold gamers lost to rivals.
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