Starbucks EXPANDING Globally and 4 Hot Stocks in Demand

Sirius XM (NASDAQ:SIRI) is launching “BuzzFeed Radio,” a weekly show hosted by reporters and editors of Buzz Feed, a fast-growing website known for its quirky content.

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Sprint (NYSE:S):  Sprint just announced that their recently revealed Photon Q will hit store shelves on August 19. The Droid 4 look alike, with a two year contract, will set interested customers back $199. The  truly devoted can pre-order their units today.

FSI International Inc. (NASDAQ:FSII):  Tokyo Electron Limited said that they will acquire chip-equipment maker FSI International Inc. for $252.5 million in cash. This will add a key technology to their chip-making capabilities. The deal, valued at $6.20 per share, represents a 53 percent premium to FSI’s closing price of $4.04.

American Eagle Outfitters (NYSE:AEO):  American Eagle Outfitters is one of the back-to-school season retail winners, according to NBG’s Brian Sozzi. It isn’t only lower prices that are attracting customers, but the company has also been knocking out fashion hits.

Starbucks (NASDAQ:SBUX):  Executive of Starbucks, John Culver, shared the company’s fiscal year 2013 growth plans. Of the 1.2 thousand new stores slated to be opened, less than half will be in the United States. China, naturally, is the largest target for store expansion, but India and Brazil are also in focus.

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