Intel Corp, Ebay, Canadian Pacific, Chipmos Tech, J. Alexander Hit 52-Week Highs
Intel Corp. (NASDAQ:INTC): Intel Capital has acquired a 10% stake in Tobiii Technology, a privately held eye-tracking technology company, for SEK143M, or $20.8M, Dow Jones reports, citing Computer Sweden. The shares closed at $27.73, down $0.02 or 0.07% on the day. They have traded in a 52-week range of $19.16 to $27.90.
Ebay Inc. (NASDAQ:EBAY): EBay’s PayPal unit is “cautiously optimistic” that it will become the first foreign operator with a license to process electronic payments in China, according to Bloomberg. A license would allow PayPal to compete with local companies like Alibaba’s (ALBCF) Alipay affiliate. The shares closed at $37.69, up $0.86 or 2.34% on the day. They have traded in a 52-week range of $26.86 to $37.72.
Canadian Pacific Railway (NYSE:CP): Canadian Pacific Railway announced a multi-year agreement with Unimin Corp. of New Canaan, Connecticut, for the movement of frac sand from Unimin’s facility in Wisconsin. Unimin is North America’s leading producer of industrial minerals. The facility, the company’s newest and most productive, will open in 2013 in Tunnel City, Wisconsin and will produce 2M tons of frac sand annually for energy markets in North Dakota, Texas, Colorado and elsewhere. Under the agreement CP will become the exclusive rail service provider at this facility for the movement of frac sand to Unimin’s destination markets. The shares closed at $77.97, up $0.48 or 0.62% on the day. They have traded in a 52-week range of $44.74 to $77.92.
Chipmos Technologies (NASDAQ:IMOS): Reported Q4 revenue $152.3M, up 6.6% from $142.8M in Q4 of 2010. The shares closed at $16.70, up $0.25 or 1.52% on the day. They have traded in a 52-week range of $4.39 to $17.60.
J. Alexander’s Corp. (NASDAQ:JAX): Reported Q4 revenue $490.92M vs. $38.79M a year ago. The shares closed at $8.58, up $1.68 or 24.35% on the day. They have traded in a 52-week range of $5.00 to $7.30.
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