The LGBT community has serious buying power, nearly $800 billion worth in this country alone.
It seems the big networks are too big, the small networks are too small, and after all this time consumers are still holding out for 'just right.'
Plus, after much ado, Softbank is oh-so-close to acquiring Sprint.
Anadarko and Valero both have markets caps over $10 billion, and they are trading above their 200-day moving averages and below their 5-day moving averages.
The company's hubris and hypocrisy get in the way of appreciating its attempts to improve its mobile operating system.
The market tends to look its best at a peak, and companies their strongest before a fall -- so watch how much faith you put in predictions.
With existing operations and two new casinos in development, don't be surprised if Melco's revenue doubles by 2016.
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