Insider Trades and Market Movers: Intel Corporation, Ford Motor Company, Oracle Corporation, American Airlines
NEW YORK, December 21, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
The Stock Freak has a team of well diverse market professionals that has combined experience of over 30 years that today are providing members with a quick research report on 4 companies.
Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) - MacAfee, a wholly owned subsidiary of Intel Corporation, announced on Wednesday that it was among a few select companies that Forrester Research invited to take part in its November Forrester Wave report. In this evaluation MacAfee was named a leader in email content security. Some notable insider trades for INTC: On Dec 19th 2012 Paul Otellini, President and CEO of Intel Corp sold 150,000 shares.
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Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F) Notable insider trades for Ford Motor Company. On Dec 18th 2012 Group Vice President Ziad Ojakli sold 25,000 shares for a total amount of $289,500.00. Ford Motor Company also announced yesterday that the All-new 2013 Ford Fusion earned IIHS top safety pick and Recommendation for 2013.
Oracle Corporation (NASDAQ:ORCL) Notable insider trades for Oracle: On Dec 19th 2012 Chairman of the Board Jeffrey Henley bought 350,000 for a total cost of $4,410,000.00. ORCL closed down yesterday (-0.44) with 28,121,673 shares traded. The Company also announced yesterday that it would buy Eloqua for roughly $810 million.
American Airlines (OTCQB:AAMRQ) - Although American Airlines is in the middle of bankruptcy it still continues being one of the most active stocks on the OTC markets. AAMRQ 52- week range has been $0.20 - $3.10. The stock traded roughly around 14 million shares yesterday. The company reported yesterday it has won bankruptcy court approval to enter into a new labor contract with its pilots.
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