IPO Surge in 2014; GM Recalls 778,000 Cars
The three main U.S. stock indices ended up today despite the fact that retail sales in January dropped 0.4%. After months of deliberation Time Warner Cable (TWC) and Comcast (CMCSA) have finally come to an agreement. The companies confirmed today that they are entering a $45.2 billion deal to combine the nation's two largest cable companies into one. After at least six people have died in auto accidents involving a faulty ignition switch, General Motors (GM) has recalled approximately 778,000 cars.
Word on the Street
- Whole Foods (WFM) shares fall 6%.
- Will the Time Warner Cable (TWC) impact you?
- Jobless claim rises once again.
- General Motors (GM) recalls hundreds of thousands of cars.
- Facebook (FB) launches an alternative way for its employees to commute.
- PepsiCo (PEP) CEO excited about 2013 performance.
- Time Warner Cable (TWC) to be acquired by Comcast in 45B deal.
Published on Feb 13, 2014By InvestorGuide Staff