Yahoo! CEO CONSIDERS iPhones for All Employees and 3 Heavily Traded Shares Not to Ignore
Cisco Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ:CSCO): All things will soon be virtual, at least that’s what providers like Microsoft, Dell, and even VMware would like midsize administrations to believe. Big companies have a vested interest in developing proprietary cloud and virtual networks that they can parcel out to business consumers. However, while many providers want to stress the virtual over the physical, network giant Cisco and their Chief Executive Officer, John Chambers, isn’t shy about stating that large scale networking isn’t possible without solid hardware and software that controls its use.
JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE:JPM): As Wall Street reels from public outrage and increased regulation, they are unable to find someone who can replace sidelined JPMorgan Chase (NYSE:JPM) Chief Executive Officer, Jamie Dimon. His peers, at other large lenders, are plagued by poor performance, tarnished reputations and a reluctance to step up.
Yahoo! Inc. (NASDAQ:YHOO): According to Business Insider, Yahoo! Inc.’s (NASDAQ:YHOO) Chief Executive Officer, Marissa Mayer, is a devotee of Apple’s (NASDAQ:AAPL) iPhone and has considered purchasing one of the devices for all of Yahoo’s employees.
Sirius XM Radio Inc (NASDAQ:SIRI): According to The Hill, Democratic Congressman Jerrold Nadler has released the draft of a bill which would force Sirius XM (NASDAQ:SIRI) to pay the same compensation as other Internet radio stations do to artists. This legislation would also raise the fees that traditional radio stations must pay to artists.
Delta Airlines (NYSE:DAL): Southwest Airlines has raised fares by $10 per round trip on flights that are less than 500 miles or one-third of their routes. Several large airlines quickly matched the increase. Previously, Delta Air Lines dropped a fare increase of up to $10 per round trip on certain last-minute ticket purchases because other airlines didn’t follow suit.
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