11:12 EST - Apple ( AAPL ) investors shouldn't worry too much about a delay for a larger-screen iPad--for now. Shares have ticked down this morning following reports a 12.9-inch version has been pushed back to later this year. Sources told WSJ the delay comes from AAPL tweaking the design and features to make the device more palatable for enterprise buyers. CEO Tim Cook said during January's F1Q conference call that iPads are used at nearly all Fortune 500 companies but typically deployed to a small percentage of the workforce. AAPL, working with partner IBM, wants to change that. But analysts have been cautious so far about factoring an iPad resurgence into their numbers. It's notable that iPad revenues were expected to be down 15% this FY even before the delayed-tablet reports. However, analysts do expect sales to rise in the FY which starts in early fall, so hopefully AAPL has something big up its sleeve in time for that.
I wish. Try this from Fidelity site: Wendy's Sees Continuing Pressure From Commodity Costs in 2015
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Wendy's 2014 Sales Hurt by $15.5 Million on Changes in Canadian Foreign Currency Rates Relative to U.S. dollar.
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Wendy's Sees 1st-Half 2015 G&A Realignment Costs of $11.5 Million to $13.5 Million
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I read a couple of articles this weekend referring to GILD more or less as a "one trick pony" who had better come out with another blockbuster, then I found a few articles referring to some other potentials in their pipeline that could be very profitable. One drug is an oncology drug known as Idelalisib and there are a few other very promising drugs in treatment of cardiovascular, respiratory and of course HIV. Why we aren't hearing more about these drugs is quite frustrating. Maybe in upcoming conferences we'll get more information.
Everything else I own is rallying! Unbelievable!
I say quit procrastinating and put your money where your mouth is! I've been waiting for this TV for light years it seems.
To sit on their duffs and remain quiet is hurting the stock price. The media is blaming the theme park for the outbreak instead of the parents who failed to vaccinate.