Nokia - The handset maker says it’s found a software bug in its new Lumia 900 smartphone, which can cause the phone to lose its data connection. It says the bug will be fixed early next week. Nokia also lowered its outlook, warning that its phone business would post losses for the first and second quarter due to competitive pressures at a time when it’s revamping its product lineup.
Travelzoo - The travel website operator is planning to put itself up for sale, according to Reuters. It’s said to be in the process of hiring a financial advisor.
The earthquake in Indonesia has investors watching the shares of coffee roasters and retailers, such as Dunkin’ Brands, Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, Starbucks, and Peet’s Coffee and Tea, Caribou Coffee, Coffee Holding, and Farmer Bros. Indonesia is the world’s fourth-largest coffee producer, although it’s too early to assess any possible supply disruption.
Yelp - Goldman Sachs has begun coverage of the consumer reviews site with a “neutral” rating, saying Yelp is still in the early stages of monetizing its popularity. Citi has issued a “neutral” on Yelp, while Jefferies rates it a “hold,” and Oppenheimer a “perform.”Page 2 of 3 | Prev Page | Next Page