Polar SA Upgrades to BlackBerry Mobility Solution and 2 Other Hot Stocks to Watch

BlackBerry Ltd. (NASDAQ:BBRY): Current price $8.15

On Wednesday, BlackBerry had some good news to announce for a change. Empresas POLAR SA, a top company in the food and beverage industry in Venezuela, will upgrade to the most recent version of BlackBerry’s Enterprise Mobility Management solution, BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 (version10.1), by which to enhance mobile productivity across the business. Beyond that, POLAR’s decision to employ BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 is based on the flexibility and security that the solution provides for managing BlackBerry smartphones along with other platforms.


Sirius XM Radio Inc. (NASDAQ:SIRI): Current price $3.85

Sirius announced Wednesday the upcoming intro of its newest 24/7-comedy channel, Just For Laughs Radio, which will feature more than 30 years of stand-up comedy taken from the comedy archives of the Just For Laughs Festival in Montreal, including the work of established comedians, international superstars, new faces, and stand-up from comedians before they were stars. The Montreal festival is billed as the world’s largest and most prestigious comedy event, welcoming over 1.25 million people each summer. The Festival’s huge comedy archives include performances from Greg Giraldo, Bill Burr, Dave Chappelle, Dane Cook, Kevin Hart, Mitch Hedberg, Aziz Ansari, Russell Peters, among other comedic talents.


Ford Motor Co. (NYSE:F): Current price $17.27

Ford has announced the installation into a new 2014 Ford Super Duty F-350 Lariat pickup truck, of its 500,000th 6.7-liter Power Stroke V8 turbocharged diesel engine. The engine was installed Tuesday at Kentucky Truck Plant in Louisville. Ford Truck group marketing manager Doug Scott commented that, “This is a significant milestone for an engine that was introduced just a few years ago. Demand for the engine has outpaced our expectations; our customers love the combination of performance, towing capability, and fuel economy.”


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