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  1. Toyota Posts Record Quarterly Profit in Q1

    For Toyota (NYSE: TM), its fiscal 2016 first quarter was one to remember. The vehicle giant recorded the highest quarterly net profit in its history, in addition to other encouraging gains. For the period, consolidated net revenue was just under 7 trillion yen ($56 billion).
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  3. Wendy's Experiments with Antibiotic-Free Chicken

    With Wendy's (NASDAQ: WEN) announcing it will soon begin serving an antibiotic-free chicken next month, it is clear the usage of the drugs in the country's food chain is coming under scrutiny by food manufacturers and retailers. Wendy's will test the antibiotic-free chicken in four southern markets, including Florida, Missouri, and Texas, and it follows other chains like McDonald's and Chick-fil-A, which have all committed to finding suppliers who do not use antibiotics for non-therapeutic reasons in their birds.
  4. Saudis to Ink $5.4 Billion Patriot Missile Contract

    The U.S. Defense Security Cooperation Agency notified Congress last week of plans to sell the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia $5.4 billion worth of PATRIOT surface-to-air missiles built by Raytheon (NYSE: RTN) and Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT). Specifically, Saudi Arabia has asked Congress to approve the sale of: 600 Patriot Advanced Capability-3 (PAC-3) interceptor missiles in their containers Eight PAC-3 test missiles PAC-3 telemetry kits, Guidance Enhanced Missile flight test targets, fire solution computers, and other assorted supporting equipment, technical documentation, and personnel training services Raytheon builds the fire control and radar systems for the PATRIOT, while Lockheed Martin manufactures the actual interceptor missiles and their launch containers.
  5. Sony Gets Into the Drone Business

    No longer content with making TVs and camcorders, Sony (NYSE: SNE) will begin launching drones through a newly created subsidiary called Aerosense next year. According to Computerworld, the plans call for the electronics giant to team with Japanese robotics company ZMP to create aerial vehicles that can take off and land vertically.
  6. Tyson Foods Misses on Q3 Figures -- Guidance Cut

    Tyson Foods (NYSE: TSN) seems to have acquired a case of indigestion following the release of its third quarter results yesterday. Shares of the company slipped in the wake of the release. For the quarter, sales rose by 4% on a year-over-year basis to nearly $10.1 billion.

Most Active Stocks by Volume

AAPL APPLE INC $114.64 123,896,764
FTR FRONTIER COMMUNICATIONS CORP $5.25 33,988,661
MSFT MICROSOFT CORP $47.54 33,395,981
NFLX NETFLIX INC $121.15 29,626,695
SIRI SIRIUS XM HOLDINGS INC $3.95 28,047,437

Largest Companies By Market Cap

AAPL APPLE INC $114.64 123,896,764
MSFT MICROSOFT CORP $47.54 33,395,981
AMZN AMAZON.COM INC $531.90 2,932,717
GOOG GOOGLE INC $629.25 1,488,672
FB FACEBOOK INC $94.06 20,095,869

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