Oracle Will Host CX @ OpenWorld in San Francisco and 2 Other Hot Stocks to Watch

Oracle Corp. (NYSE:ORCL): Current price $31.92

Oracle announced that it will host CX @ OpenWorld at Oracle OpenWorld San Francisco 2013, September  22 through 26. Employing a combination of strategy and tech sessions, mini-presentations, interactive journey mapping workshops, and demonstrations, CX @ OpenWorld will aid organizations in delivering on their customer experience initiatives.

Bringing together top brands and experts so as to address the challenges organizations are up against with their customer experience program, CX @ OpenWorld will include group workshops, informative keynotes, demonstrations, and networking opportunities.

With over 140 sessions spanning CX strategy and design, marketing, sales, commerce, service, social and industry tracks, CX @ OpenWorld supplies organizations with a combination of strategy and tech necessary in order to deliver the business results they desire with the experience their customers want.


Marvell Technology Group Ltd. (NASDAQ:MRVL): Current price $12.25

Marvell has posted second-quarter fiscal 2014 non-GAAP earnings per share (excluding stock-based compensation expense, amortization of acquired intangible assets, acquisition-related costs, restructuring costs, and other one-time expenses and benefits) of 23 cents, which was down by 4.2 percent year-over-year but above its management’s guided range of 17 cents to 21 cents.

Including stock-based compensation, earnings stood at 15 cents per share and surpassed the Zacks Consensus Estimate by 2 cents. At the same time, Marvell reported revenues of $807.1 million, down by 1.1 percent from 2012, but within Marvell’s guidance range of $770.0 million to $810.0 million — and beat Zacks Consensus Estimate of $791.0 million.


Aeropostale Inc. (NYSE:ARO): Current price $8.75

Aeropostale shares may be down more than 18 percent Friday, but Susquehanna believes that the company continues to offer a compelling risk/reward, despite its disappointing second-quarter results and lowered guidance. The ratings firm is staying with its view that Aeropostale can sell fashion and appreciates the optionality on the P.S. and license/franchise business. Shares are still Positive rated but the price target was cut from $19 to $15.


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