On Tuesday, Shares of Delta Air Lines, Inc. (NYSE:DAL), included 0.60% and shut at $48.90 inside the end purchasing and offering session. The last exchanging scope of the stock ranges amongst $48.75 and $49.30. Delta Air Lines (DAL) earned the top overall score for the 6th successive year on the Business Travel News (BTN) Airline survey, sweeping all ten categories and bettering 2015 scores in each. This win celebrates the outstanding performance and industry-leading customer service Delta people provide every day.
“Each year, we set ‘Win BTN’ as a company-wide aim and all 80,000 Delta people set out to deliver by providing an industry-leading customer experience around the globe,” said Steve Sear, President – International & Executive Vice President – Global Sales. “This win marks six years in a row of Delta outperforming our competitors in the eyes of the business travel community and the fourth year that we’ve ranked highest in every category. This achievement, and being named No. 1 again this year by BTN readers, further validates our ongoing commitment to creating a seamless travel experience for our customers.”
Shares of Applied Materials, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMAT), added 1.34% and shut at $31.67 inside the last exchanging session. The rest of the purchasing and offering scope of the stock levels among $31.35 and $31.80. The association’s commercial center capitalization is $34.91 Billion with the general uncommon loads of 1.08 billion. The Tech Museum of Innovation is expanding the renowned Tech Awards program to assist develop a cadre of young Silicon Valley innovators focused on using technology to benefit humanity. The new program, called The Tech for Global Good, will honor laureates and develop exhibits and programs about their work with the aim of inspiring the next-generation of social entrepreneurs.
The declarement was made earlier recently at the 16th annual Tech Awards gala, presented by Applied Materials, where seven former laureates were honored for their achievements in using technology to benefit humanity.
“It’s time to expand The Tech Awards from a single evening enjoyed by a fortunate few to a year-long program,” said Tim Ritchie, president and CEO of The Tech. “We have the opportunity to inspire hundreds of thousands of people a year and engage the hearts and minds of young people with purpose-driven technology.”