Sprint Ranks High In Tracking Carbon and 2 More Heavily Traded Stocks To Follow
Sprint Nextel Corporation (NYSE:S): Closing price $7.06
Sprint has been named by the Environmental Investment Organisation in its 2013 Environmental Tracking Carbon Rankings as the highest ranking of all firms in the United States and 13th worldwide, and also as a leader for North America and its number-one ranked telecommunications company. Sprint also received the Disclosure Leader Award for its Scope 3 emissions reporting. The EIO rankings emphasize Scope 3 emissions, which are indirect emissions from categories like purchased goods from suppliers, disposal of waste, employee commuting and business travel.
Citigroup (NYSE:C): Closing price $45.87
The Wall Street firm has been appointed by Coca-Cola HBC as the depositary bank for its American Depositary Receipt program. Citi’s appointment comes after the successful Share Exchange Offer by Coca-Cola HBC for all the ordinary shares and American Depositary Shares f Coca-Cola Hellenic Company, which closed on April 19. Chief Financial Officer, Coca-Cola HBC, Michalis Imellos commented, “We are very pleased with the appointment of Citi as ADR depositary and are looking forward to developing a strong working relationship with Citi, which I am sure will benefit both Coca-Cola HBC AG and its ADR holders.”
Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT): Closing price $32.72
Alongside the next version of Windows called Windows Blue, Microsoft is also developing Mohoro, which would be a form of Windows served up remotely over the network, according to Mary Jo Foley at ZDnet. It seems that Mohoro will be a way to use the Windows desktop in a software-as-a-service way, dubbed “desktop as a service,” meaning that instead of having Windows installed on the PC or tablet, the device would grab Windows and apps from the Internet and beam it to your device, says Julie Bort at Business Insider.