On Thursday, Shares of AT&T Inc. (NYSE:T), subtract -0.13% and closed at $39.11 in the last trading session. The last trading range of the stock ranges between $38.91 and $39.20. AT&T Inc. provides telecommunications and digital entertainment services. The company operates through four segments: Business Solutions, Entertainment Group, Consumer Mobility, and International. The Business Solutions segment offers wireless, fixed planned, legacy voice and data, and wireless equipment services to business, governmental, and wholesale customers, in addition to individual subscribers. The Entertainment Group segment provides video entertainment and audio programming channels to about 25.4 million subscribers; broadband and Internet services to 12.4 million residential subscribers; local and long-distance voice services to residential customers, in addition to DSL Internet access services; and voice services over IP-based technology, and technical support and other customer service functions and equipment. The Consumer Mobility segment offers wireless services to consumers, and wireless wholesale and resale subscribers, such as long-distance and roaming services. This segment provides postpaid and prepaid wireless voice and data communications services; consulting, advertising, and application and co-location services; and sells various handsets, wirelessly facilitated computers, and personal computer wireless data cards through company-owned stores, agents, or third-party retail stores, in addition to accessories, such as carrying cases and hands-free devices. The International segment offers video entertainment services to residential customers in Latin America, in addition to wireless data and voice communication services in Mexico. This segment provides digital television services under the DIRECTV and SKY brands; postpaid and prepaid wireless services to about 8.7 million subscribers under the AT&T, Iusacell, Unefon, and Nextel Mexico brands; and sells a range of handsets.
Melco Crown Entertainment Ltd (ADR) (NASDAQ:MPEL), jumped 0.36 % and closed at $16.52 in the last trading session. The last trading range of the stock ranges between $16.12 and $16.58. The company’s Market capitalization is $9.05 Billion with the total Outstanding Shares of 1.52 Billion. City of Dreams Manila receives another accolade, affirming the luxury integrated resort’s service and product excellence that continues to draw acclaim from local and international visitors as a world-class leisure and entertainment destination.
Crown Towers Manila, one of three premier luxury hotels built at the 6.2 hectare complex, garnered two design awards in the prestigious International Hotel and Property Awards 2016, Best Hotel over 200 Rooms (Asia Pacific) and Best Lobby/Public Area/Lounge (Global), at an awards ceremony held recently at Hotel Cipriani in Venice.
“City of Dreams Manila carries the very best DNA of the Melco Crown Entertainment brand. Following Mr. Lawrence Ho, our Chairman and CEO’s grand vision, City of Dreams Manila has joined its sister properties in Macau to become the best in its breed,” Geoff Andres, Property President of City of Dreams Manila, remarked. “We are elated and proud over this international distinction that strengthens City of Dreams Manila’s position as the ultimate in entertainment and hospitality, offering a spectacular and cosmopolitan collection of contemporary and leisure experiences. It affirms our commitment to deliver outstanding quality products and services and enhance the leisure landscape in the country at a level equal to the best in the world.”
Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ:BRCD), lost -1.05% and closed at $9.40 in the last trading session. The last trading range of the stock ranges between $9.39 and $9.57. During the 52-week trading session the minimum price at which share price traded, registered at $7.40 and reached to max level of $10.94. Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. provides storage area networking (SAN) and Internet protocol (IP) networking solutions for businesses and organizations worldwide. It operates through three segments: SAN Products, IP Networking Products, and Global Services. The SAN Products segment offers infrastructure products and solutions, such as fiber channel SAN backbones, directors, and fabric/embedded switches that assist customers in the development and deployment of storage and server consolidation, and disaster recovery and data security, in addition to to meet compliance requirements regarding data administration; and fabric extension, switching, and routing solutions. The IP Networking Products segment provides Layer 2 and Layer 3 switches and routers that are designed to connect users over private and public networks, counting local area, metro, and within and across data centers. This segment also provides converged network products; a portfolio of related software and hardware-based data networking offerings; and Layer 4-7 platforms, counting ADX and virtual application delivery controller products that are designed for application traffic administration and server load balancing activities. The Global Services segment offers break/fix maintenance, installation, consulting, network administration and software maintenance, and customer support services. The company also provides virtual evolved packet software that mainly addresses mobile applications and services.