Sirius XM Will Air Howard Stern’s Birthday Bash and 2 Other Hot Stocks to Watch

Sirius XM Radio Inc. (NASDAQ:SIRI): Current price $3.72

Howard Stern and Sirius XM Radio announced “Howard Stern’s Birthday Bash,” marking a first for Stern since he began on satellite radio on an entirely new scale. The live broadcast from a “special location” in New York City will be broadcast exclusively on SiriusXM on the evening of January 31, 2014, hosted by Jimmy Kimmel. Additional details, including the major New York venue, VIP guests and performers, special on-air content related to the Birthday Bash, and other surprises will be revealed by Stern in the coming weeks and months on the Howard Stern Show on Howard’s two exclusive SiriusXM channels, Howard 100 and Howard 101.


Ford Motor Co. (NYSE:F): Current price $17.08

Ford announces a remake of a portion of its management team, including the appointment of a new design chief. The historic automaker said that J. Mays, group vice president and head of design, is stepping down after 33 years in the industry, and will be replaced by Motay Callum, who will become vice president of design. During his 16-year tenure at Ford, Mays led the development of the company’s global design, including the teams who created the look for the Focus, Fusion, Fiesta, Mustang cars, and F-150 pickup trucks. Mays came to Ford in 1997 as vice president of design and became group vice president in 2003.


Cytori Therapeutics Inc. (NASDAQ:CYTX): Current price $3.48

Cytori reported on Monday that it could make up to $531 million after licensing its regenerative cell tech to Lorem Vascular. The arrangement permits Lorem to market Cytori’s cell therapy in Malaysia, China, Hong Kong, Singapore and Australia as a treatment for cardiovascular and renal conditions and diabetes. Lorem Vascular will purchase 8 million shares of Cytori at $3 apiece, investing an amount of $24 million in the firm, and it will order $7 million worth of devices and consumable products. The 30-year licensing accord could bring Cytori some $500 million in fees. The parts said they should obtain marketing approval in China next year.


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