Tag Archives: YHOO

Early movers: HAL, BHI, YHOO, ICE, JCP, fb, AIG, APOL & more

take a look at out which corporations are making headlines earlier than the bell: Halliburton, Baker Hughes —- the 2 oilfield services giants called off their deliberate $28 billion merger afterrunning into strong competition from regulators who had stated the deal would harm competition. Halliburton pays a $3.five billion breakup charge to Baker Hughes because of the deal’s termination, with ... Read More »

After-hours buzz: YHOO, CMG, MTCH & more

Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Tuesday: Shares of troubled technology giant Yahoo dropped after the bell when a slew of news accompanied its quarterly earnings report. Yahoo on Tuesday announced the latest in a long-standing tug-of-war with a vocal group of core investors: It will now consider a reverse spinoff, or the sale of its assets ... Read More »

Early movers: GE, INTC, YHOO, GS, C, BLK, & more

General Electric — Chinese appliance maker Haier is buying GE’s appliance unit for $5.4 billion to boost its global presence. Haier had revenue of $32.6 billion in 2014, making it the world’s biggest appliance maker. The deal also includes a strategic partnership between the two firms in areas such as the Internet, health care and advanced manufacturing. Intel — the ... Read More »

Early movers: GE, INTC, YHOO, GS, C, BLK, & more

General Electric — Chinese appliance maker Haier is buying GE’s appliance unit for $5.4 billion to boost its global presence. Haier had revenue of $32.6 billion in 2014, making it the world’s biggest appliance maker. The deal also includes a strategic partnership between the two firms in areas such as the Internet, health care and advanced manufacturing. Intel — the ... Read More »

Early movers: LEN, BBRY, DRI, KMX, GE, UA, BMY, PG, YHOO, AMZN & more

Lennar — The home builder reported quarterly profit of $1.21 per share, nine cents above estimates, while revenue was in line. Lennar saw both new orders and deliveries jump 10 percent, with the dollar value of those new orders up 20 percent. BlackBerry — The company’s shares jumped 5 percent after posting a loss of three cents per share for ... Read More »