Nokia Chosen by CaixaBank as Preferred Provider of Employee Phones; Hewlett-Packard Agrees to Pay $57 Million Settlement


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04/02/2014 [ACCESSWIRE]

Nokia Corporation (NYSE: NOK) – For an in-depth report on Nokia Corporation follow: www.BullTrends.com/stockquote/NOK

NOK shares closed up 2.86% on Tuesday with nearly 37 million shares traded. The stock was one of the biggest volume advancers on the NYSE. The stock’s volume grew after news revealed that CaixaBank chose the company as the preferred provider of employee phones the day before it will discuss the future of the Lumia brand. The agreement between Nokia and CaixaBank includes the purchase of about 30,000 Nokia Lumia smartphones.

The Medicines Company (NASDAQ: MDCO) - For an in-depth report on The Medicines Company follow: www.BullTrends.com/stockquote/MDCO

Shares of The Medicines Company closed down 15.48% on about nearly 9 million shares traded on Tuesday. The stock was one of the biggest decliners on the NASDAQ and hit a new yearly low of $23.53 during intra-day trading. The drop came after the company made a statement that it expects only low-single-digit percentage operating margins on the projects it has in its current backlog.

Primco Management Inc. (OTCBB: PMCM) - For an in-depth report on Primco Management Inc. follow: www.BullTrends.com/stockquote/PMCM

Shares of Primco Management closed up 18.75% on about 477 million shares traded. The stock had one of the biggest price jumps and volume advances in the OTCBB market. The company announced that it has begun construction on Suzie Q's in the final phase of the Washington State Liquor Board Tier I Producer/Processor licensing process.  Once completed, the new upgraded and fully compliant facility will pave the way for the issuance of the Producer/Processor License.

Hewlett-Packard Company (NYSE: HPQ) – For an in-depth report on Hewlett-Packard Company. follow: www.BullTrends.com/stockquote/HPQ

Shares of HPQ closed up 2.69% on Tuesday on almost 16.5 million shares traded. The company hit a new yearly high of $33.45 during intra-day trading. The company agreed to pay $57 million to settle a shareholder lawsuit accusing former Chief Executive Officer Leo Apotheker of making misleading statements about operations before he was ousted. 

 

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