Yahoo! Debuts Fall Comedy Lineup and 2 More Heavily Traded Stocks to Follow
Yahoo! Inc. (NASDAQ:YHOO): Current price $29.23
On Monday, Yahoo launches its Fall Comedy Lineup, including all episodes of eight original web series, the entire Saturday Night Live clip archive, and clips from Viacom’s Comedy Central and MTV shows, among which include The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, The Colbert Report, and others. Over 1,000 hours of comedy content and 5,000 clips are available today on mobile with a brand new Yahoo Screen application for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch and online on the refreshed Yahoo Screen desktop experience. Using its new Viacom partnership, Yahoo is also featuring some of the top Comedy Central and MTV shows’ clips to Yahoo Screen.
Zynga Inc. (NASDAQ:ZNGA): Current price $3.10
An ex-Zynga chief operating officer has received an investment for his video-game startup from the free-to-play pioneer Nexon Co., thus rivaling his ex-employer. According to a Monday statement, Nexon gains exclusive worldwide publishing rights to new PC and mobile titles being created by the Miami-based Shiver Entertainment Inc. Shiver was formed by John Schappert, a video-game industry pioneer who stepped down from Zynga, which makes Farmville, in August of last year, after certain responsibilities overseeing game development were taken from him. Specifics of the cash investment were not announced.
Intel Corp. (NASDAQ:INTC): Current price $22.91
Intel has announced the Intel Solid-State Drive Professional Family, which includes the Intel Solid-State Drive Pro 1500 Series. The new business-class SSDs are engineered specifically for easy IT deployment and secure manageability, offering a reduced total cost of ownership with enhanced performance. The Intel SSD Pro 1500 Series permits IT departments to raise employee uptime and lower cost with its advanced manageability and security features. The Intel Stable Image Platform Program makes sure that key drivers are in place, making the transition to the Intel SSD Pro 1500 Series facile and predictable.
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