Yahoo! Set to Report Highly Anticipated Earnings and 4 Very Active Stocks Moving Now

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Yahoo, Inc. (NASDAQ:YHOO): It is expected that the results for the third quarter will show slight or no growth in revenue. Yahoo, Inc. runs one of the most-visited sites on the Internet and still is unable to boost their revenue from advertisements. The company is expected to report better profit results, due mainly to cost cutting.

Lululemon Athletica (NASDAQ:LULU): Lululemon Athletica has a market capitalization of $9.94 billion. The company employs 5,807 people, generates revenue of $1,000.84 million and has a net income of $184.96 million. The firm’s earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA) amounts to $316.98 million. The EBITDA margin is 31.67% with an operating margin  of 28.67% and a net profit margin 18.48%.

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Sirius XM Radio Inc (NASDAQ:SIRI): Sirius XM Radio Inc.’s Chief Executive Officer, Mel Karmazin, has finally sold shares of company stock via his adopted trading plan on October 16. 90 million shares, hrough stock option awards that he had vested, were sold. The final sale comprised 13.1 million shares.Mel’s sales are like a needle in a haystack and have been devoured on the buy side.

Yelp, Inc. (NYSE:YELP): Accion, Yelp, Inc., and the NYSE’s Big StartUp will host the “Round Robin: Utilizing Technology in Business,” a half-day training event that will gather seven experts and more than 100 local small business owners for discussions and training on essential business technology trends and issues. The event will take place November 10 from 8 a.m. to noon PST.

Sprint Nextel (NYSE:S): Softbank Corp.’s acquisition of Sprint Nextel Corp. will likely give the Japanese company effective control over two United States wireless carriers that hold rights to the coveted airwave spectrum, which adds to the appeal of the $20 billion deal. For U.S. consumers, that could translate into better network quality and more affordable smartphone payment plans.

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