On Thursday, Shares of Globalstar, Inc. (NYSEMKT:GSAT), included 9.61 % and shut at $0.866 inside the end purchasing and offering session. The last exchanging scope of the stock ranges amongst $0.75 and $0.94. Globalstar, Inc. provides mobile voice and data communications services through satellite worldwide. The company offers duplex two-way voice and data products, counting mobile voice and data satellite communications services and equipment for remote business continuity, recreational, emergency response, and other applications; fixed voice and data satellite communications services and equipment in rural villages, ships, industrial and commercial sites, and residential sites; and satellite data modem services comprising asynchronous and packet data services. It also provides SPOT products, such as SPOT satellite GPS messenger for personal tracking, emergency location, and messaging solutions; SPOT Global phone; and SPOT Trace, an anti-theft and asset tracking device. In addition, the company offers commercial Simplex one-way transmission products to track cargo containers and rail cars, to monitor utility meters, to monitor oil and gas assets, and other applications. Further, it provides engineering services, such as hardware and software designs to develop specific applications; and installation of gateways and antennas. The company mainly serves recreation and personal; government; public safety and disaster relief; oil and gas; maritime and fishing; natural resources, mining, and forestry; construction; utilities; and transportation markets. Globalstar, Inc. distributes its products directly, in addition to through independent agents, dealers and resellers, independent gateway operators, and its sales force and e-commerce Website. As of December 31, 2015, it served about 688,000 subscribers.
Shares of Emerson Electric Co. (NYSE:EMR), subtract -0.49% and shut at $54.70 inside the last exchanging session. The rest of the purchasing and offering scope of the stock levels among $54.59 and $55.37. The association’s commercial center capitalization is $34.69 Billion with the general uncommon loads of 642.78 million. Whether they’re craving cilantro-speckled guacamole or tangy ceviche that still tastes of the ocean, Northgate Markets is a destination for shoppers who want a foodie experience with every trip to the market. The bountiful options offer shoppers a bigger selection of fresh, healthy food—but create a dilemma for supermarkets like Northgate itself: What to do with the food scraps?
Food scraps are a natural and unavoidable result of freshly preparing food on-site, a trend that is rising among grocery stores. For Northgate Markets, these scraps add up quickly: Just one store in the southern California chain uses six cases of avocados each day to prepare guacamole and other fresh items. That’s nearly 300 avocado pits and skins that require disposal—somewhere other than a landfill, according to California legislation that went into effect in April.