Delta’s PA Refinery Undamaged, Wal-Mart Stores To Reopen: Consumer Business Recap
The Philadelphia-area refinery owned by Delta Air Lines (NYSE:DAL) received no damage from Hurricane Sandy, say reports, so the facility remains on target to achieve full run rates next week, following a large maintenance overhaul.
Barnes & Noble (NYSE:BKS) has reached a new content licensing partnership with major studios which should reinforce its library of HD movies and TV shows for Nook Video. The firm’s digital bookstore incorporates support for Ultraviolet as it informally collaborates with other competitors who want to break Apple’s lock on digital movies, by permitting consumers to more easily watch content across devices once they have bought digital rights.
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Wal-Mart Stores (NYSE:WMT) says that thus far, its locations have not sustained any significant damage from the hurricane to the extent that the company is aware, and many stores will reopen, aided by generators. Further, the giant retailer says that the storm will not be a factor in its current holiday planning.
Domino’s Pizza (NYSE:DPZ) will offer the streaming of movies in the United Kingdom under a new arrangement with Lions Gate Entertainment Corp. (NYSE:LGF). Those who order pizza online will obtain a code that permits them to view Lions Gate titles on a rented streaming device.
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