...EOG seems to be #1 in the shale holdings. wonder what kind of premium that would bring for shareholders...
Some analysts say the coming leadership change at EOG Resources (EOG +0.3%) makes a takeover more possible, with Chevron (CVX) and Statoil (STO) seen as potential suitors. EOG is “an attractive target from the perspective of a super-high-quality asset base in all the right plays in the U.S.,” an RBC analyst says. With CEO Mark Papa leaving in June, “it does increase the possibility” of a deal.
...earnings this week.
...it's not the product.
...so when do the start?
Marriott International is testing out new in-room entertainment in eight hotels across its chain (which is, admittedly, a relatively small test considering the chain operates more than 4,000 properties in over eighty countries) that includes the ability to watch Netflix, Hulu, or listen to Pandora from the high-def television in the room.
...worked for SiriusXm. Profit followed.
...First you must look closer to see the difference between Theo L. Profit and the hack who is posting as theolproflt. If you look at the spelling of profit you will see the letter i has been replaced with an L. Good hack job. Even made me look twice...
...i heard today they are saying the 52/state. should increase the car/count for csx shareholders...no?
Analysts praise Pandora’s leadership position in online music streaming and see strength in the company’s ad growth numbers. Local ad revenue grew by 118 percent year-over-year in 3Q14, and analysts see continued strength in mobile ad growth as well. In addition, the report lists improving industry relationships, increasing in-car usage and potential for international expansion as reasons to like the stock.
JP Morgan has a $34 price target for Pandora.