Citigroup Beats Wall Street Estimates; Ericsson’s Douglas Gilstrap to Resign

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04/15/2014 [ACCESSWIRE]

Citigroup Inc. (NYSE: C) – For an in-depth report on Citigroup Inc. follow:

Shares of Citigroup Inc. closed up nearly 5% on Monday with almost 52 million shares traded. The stock was one of the most active stocks on the NYSE after the company reported a profit of $4.1 billion in the first quarter, after stripping out the effects of an accounting change and a tax item. That was up 2.5 percent from the same period a year earlier, when it made $4 billion.

BlackBerry Limited (NASDAQ: BBRY) - For an in-depth report on BlackBerry Limited follow:

Shares of BlackBerry closed down 1.92 on Monday with about 17.5 million shares traded. The stock was one of the most active on the NASDAQ. The company said over the weeken that it plans to release security updates for messaging software for Android and iOS devices by Friday to address vulnerabilities in programs related to the "Heartbleed" security threat.

Ericsson (NASDAQ: ERIC) - For an in-depth report on Ericsson follow:

Shares of ERIC closed down 3.05% on Monday with about 13.8 million shares traded. The stock was one of the biggest decliners on the NASDAQ. The company announced that Douglas Gilstrap, Senior Vice President and Global Head of Strategy, will resign from his role, effective August 1, 2014, and leave Ericsson's Executive Leadership Team.

Greenfield Farms Food, Inc. (OTC: GRAS) – For an in-depth report on Greenfield Farms Food, Inc. follow:

Greenfield Farms Food Inc. closed up 116% on Monday making it one of the biggest gainers in the OTC marketplace. The stock traded nearly 665 million shares. The company announced it has made significant progress in the reduction of its convertible debt. The September 30, 2013 Quarterly Report on Form 10-Q reported that the largest convertible debt holder, Asher Enterprises, was owed $167,950 in face value of convertible notes. 


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