On Monday, Shares of Twenty-First Century Fox Inc (NASDAQ:FOXA), added 2.11% and closed at $24.73 in the last trading session. The last trading range of the stock ranges between $24.04 and $24.81. FOX Business Network (FBN) delivered its highest rated presidential debate coverage in the network’s nine year history, according to Nielsen Media Research. Reporting live from the debate hall at Hofstra University, FBN’s special coverage of the first presidential debate averaged 673,000 total viewers from 9-10:45PM/ET, beating CNBC’s 520,000 by 29 percent in total viewers. During primetime (8-11PM/ET), FBN also swept CNBC with 532,000 total viewers verses 407,000, a 31 percent advantage.
Led by anchor and managing editor Neil Cavuto, together with FBN’s Lou Dobbs, Trish Regan, Charlie Gasparino and Kennedy, FBN’s comprehensive coverage (8PM-1AM/ET) earned 411,000 total viewers, beating CNBC’s programing, which included repeats of Shark Tank together with the presidential debate, by 41 percent. In Addition To, Lou Dobbs’ 7PM/ET pre-debate special coverage averaged 291,000 total viewers, beating CNBC by 106 percent.
Atwood Oceanics, Inc. (NYSE:ATW), dropped -0.69% and closed at $8.62 in the last trading session. The last trading range of the stock ranges between $8.39 and $9.00. The company’s Market capitalization is $566.40 million with the total Outstanding Shares of 64..80 million. Target Corporation operates as a general merchandise retailer. It offers household essentials, counting pharmacy, beauty, personal care, baby care, cleaning, and paper products; music, movies, books, computer software, sporting goods, and toys, in addition to electronics, such as video game hardware and software; and apparel for women, men, boys, girls, toddlers, infants, and newborns, in addition to intimate apparel, jewelry, accessories, and shoes. The company also provides food and pet supplies comprising dry grocery, dairy, frozen food, beverages, candy, snacks, deli, bakery, meat, produce, and pet supplies; and home furnishings and décor, counting furniture, lighting, kitchenware, small appliances, home décor, bed and bath, home improvement, and automotive products, in addition to seasonal merchandise, such as patio furniture and holiday décor. In addition, it offers in-store amenities, counting Target Café, Target Photo, Target Optical, Portrait Studio, Starbucks, and other food service offerings. Target Corporation sells products through its stores; and digital channels, counting Target.com. As of January 30, 2016, the company operated 1,792 stores in the United States.
Wendys Co (NASDAQ:WEN), lost -0.65% and closed at $10.73 in the last trading session. The last trading range of the stock ranges between $10.68 and $10.86. During the 52-week trading session the minimum price at which share price traded, registered at $8.43 and reached to max level of $11.38. Lending Club (LC), the world’s leading online marketplace connecting borrowers and shareholders, declared recently that Russell S. Elmer has been named General Counsel, reporting to Scott Sanborn, President and Chief Executive Officer. Elmer will succeed Jason Altieri who has served as the Company’s General Counsel for the past seven years.
Elmer, who was formerly with Lending Club from 2012 to early 2014, brings more than 25 years of legal experience, most recently as Deputy General Counsel and Corporate Secretary at PayPal Holdings Inc. (PYPL). As Lending Club General Counsel, Elmer will oversee all legal matters counting corporate securities, M&A, corporate governance, government and regulatory affairs and litigation.
“I’m thrilled to welcome Russ back to Lending Club as General Counsel,” said Scott Sanborn, President and CEO of Lending Club. “I believe his deep legal experience at the intersection of technology and finance in addition to his hands-on knowledge of our business will allow him to be incredibly effective as we enter Lending Club’s next phase.”
Elmer has held a series of leadership roles counting General Counsel at Pricelock and General Counsel at E*Trade. He was also a Partner at Gray Cary Ware & Freidenrich (now DLA Piper) where he spent nearly a decade.