Sirius to Launch ‘SiriusXM Leading Ladies’ and 2 Other Hot Stocks to Watch

Sirius XM Radio (NASDAQ:SIRI): Current price $3.43

On Tuesday, Sirius said that it will introduce “SiriusXM Leading Ladies,” which is a new series featuring open conversations with notable women from entertainment and politics. The series will start off with the actress, writer, producer, director, and star/creator of The Mindy Project, Mindy Kaling, sitting down with Cosmopolitan’s Editor-in-Chief Joanna Coles at SiriusXM’s New York City studios on May 14. Coles will discuss with Kaling her bold approach to life, her style and beauty, along with her career in comedy, television, and film.

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Nvidia Corporation (NASDAQ:NVDA):Current price $14.48

The giant chips maker has begun accepting orders for its Shield hand-held gaming product, and said that shipments will commence in June. The handheld-gaming device, announced back in January, will go for $349, according to a Tuesday website posting by the firm. Nvidia Chief Executive Jen-Hsun Huang is banking on the device being a catalyst into markets aside from that of the PC graphics-chip, which brought 82 percent of the company’s revenue in the first quarter. Shield, alongside other devices like the WikiPad and Ouya, forms part of an increasing amount of gaming hardware, rivaling more established console systems such as Microsoft’s (NASDAQ:MSFT) Xbox and Sony’s (NYSE:SNE) PlayStation, both of which will be updated in 2013.

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News Corp. (NASDAQ:NWSA): Current price $33.49

A police inquiry into possible wrongdoing at News Corp.’s Sun tabloid has now led  to the sixth journalist to be charged with misconduct in a public office, alongside a press officer for United Kingdom tax officials. Clodagh Hartley, who is a political editor at the Sun, and Jonathan Hall, a press officer for Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs, were charged and ordered to present themselves at a London court May 29, according to the Metropolitan Police Service Tuesday in an e-mailed statement. Hall was paid $26,700 by the Sun newspaper between 2008 and 2011 for the unauthorized release of information, reported the Crown Prosecution Service in a separate statement.

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