The new operating system is expected to be the company's biggest debut ever, as it will target desktops, notebooks and tablets.
Constant innovation in genetics and agronomics will help biotech sustain its growth curve in the long term.
Even though heightened regulatory requirements could put more pressure on the bank's trading margins, the stock is worth more than its current price.
Shale gas added $76 billion to the country's economy last year and has the potential to add close to $230 billion by 2036, predicts IHS Global Insights.
By dividing the company, CEO Rosenfeld is hoping to allow each section to focus more closely on strategic priorities and allocates its resources appropriately.
The company reportedly is considering an online marketplace and fast-shipping service that may compete with Amazon.
The company's commercial-free approach favors subscription revenue, but Sirius is trying to beef up ad sales as well.
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