On Friday, Shares of Clean Energy Fuels Corp (NASDAQ:CLNE), added 1.13% and closed at $4.47 in the last trading session. The last trading range of the stock ranges between $4.35 and $4.50.
Alphabet Inc (NASDAQ:GOOG), jumped 0.29% and closed at $777.29 in the last trading session. The last trading range of the stock ranges between $774.09 and $780.94. The company’s Market capitalization is $545.01 Billion with the total Outstanding Shares of 343.60 million. Karen Harvey, CEO of Karen Harvey Consulting Group is pleased to announce that some of the most important leaders in Fashion Tech will now be joining Fashion Tech Forum (FTF) on October 13 at Duggal Greenhouse in Brooklyn. FTF, which was officially announced on August 3rd is a platform for the fashion and technology sectors to gather for powerful conversation and to share new information fostering future collaboration. CEO’s, founders, leaders and investors from both sectors will discuss a broad range of issues, fueling the genesis of the hybrid companies of the future.
“From Snapchat to lululemon the 3rd Annual Fashion Tech Forum brings together our vision for sharing powerful insights that are important for the leaders of both fashion and technology companies as they plan their strategy for the future. As it is my commitment to provide content from the most senior leaders from both sectors, ensuring that our C-level audience will be inspired, I am happy to declare these new additions to our lineup. They are the experts bringing fashion and technology together and they will share both their challenges and their advances on the journey to shaping the next decade of product, retail, and innovations that will add value to all of our lives.” – Karen Harvey
New additions and updates being declared recently include:
Levi’s Strauss & Co: Chip Bergh, CEO interviewed by David Lidsky, Deputy Editor, Fast Company and Google (Nasdaq: GOOGL): Ivan Poupyrev (ATAP) and Levi’s Paul Dillinger, VP, Head of Global Product Innovation, to be interviewed by Elizabeth Segran, Staff Writer, Fast Company about their joint program, Project Jaquard.
Intel: Sandra Lopez, VP & GM, Wearables to be interviewed around the surging value of data as an essential business commodity.
Tesla (Nasdaq: TSLA): Ganesh Srivats, VP, North American Sales to be interviewed by Piers Fawkes, Founder & Editor-in-Chief, PSFK on the advancement of luxury retail.
Sarah Robb O’Hagan: Sarah Robb O’Hagan, Founder, CEO and author of the forthcoming book of the same name, EXTREMEYOU will be giving an inspirational keynote.
KidBox: Haim Dabbah, Founder, and Miki Berardelli, CEO, will be talking about the first kids style box that combines cool brands, meaningful savings, and a mission to clothe children in need. They’ll be interviewed by Rebecca Jarvis, Chief Business, Technology, & Economics Correspondent, ABC News.
Emblematic Group: Jamie Pallot, Co-Founder, will be making opening remarks to kickoff this year’s event as one of our hosts for the day.
Theory: Andrew Rosen, CEO, and Shareholder, and Former Chairman and CEO of Coach: Lew Frankfort, to be interviewed by Lauren Sherman, New York Editor, Business of Fashion.
TMellon Enterprises LLC: Tamara Mellon, President, Movado: Efraim Grinberg, CEO and Maison de Mode: Amanda Hearst and Hassan Pierre, Co-Founders to be interviewed by Christene Barberich, Refinery29.
Evrythng: Andy Hobsbawm, Co-Founder & CMO, Away: Steph Korey, Co-founder and TBC to be interviewed by Robin Raskin, Digital Times on the future of the Innovation of Things (IoT).
TTM Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ:TTMI), jumped 0.44% and closed at $11.45 in the last trading session. The last trading range of the stock ranges between $11.37 and $11.48. During the 52-week trading session the minimum price at which share price traded, registered at $4.67 and reached to max level of $11.75.` TTM Technologies, Inc. (TTMI) (“TTM” or the “Company”) recently declared that it has successfully priced $775 million of new U.S. dollar-denominated Term B Loans at an interest rate of LIBOR + 4.25%, which priced 75 basis points lower than its previous Term B Loans issued in May 2015. In connection with this transaction, TTM settled $841 million of the formerly outstanding U.S. dollar-denominated Term B Loans, thereby paying down about $66 million of its formerly outstanding Term B Loans. The new financing is expected to generate annual interest savings of about $19.5 million. This consists of reduced cash interest payments of $10.0 million and reduced non-cash interest expense of $9.5 million. The new Term B Loans have the same remaining tenor as the previous Term B Loans and mature on May 31, 2021. In conjunction with this transaction, TTM will record, in the fourth quarter, non-cash expense of $47.8 million for the write off of the original issuance discount of $25.4 million and debt issuance costs of $22.4 million associated with the Term B Loans originally issued in May 2015.
In addition, the Company has raised the availability of its revolving U.S. Asset Based Loan from $150 million to $200 million, reduced the interest rate 25 basis points and made other minor amendments to the loa contract. The Company’s borrowing under its U.S. Asset Based Loan remains at $80 million.