Stock Highlights: Corning Incorporated (NYSE:GLW); Twenty-First Century Fox Inc (NASDAQ:FOXA) And Southwest Airlines Co (NYSE:LUV)

corningBoston, MA, 02/25/2014  (usastockreport) – Corning Incorporated (NYSE:GLW) announced on Monday that it has installed Distributed Antenna System (DAS) in four out of five medical campus at Lake Nona Medical City. With this, the company will facilitate wireless services to thousands of doctors, employees, patients and students at these campuses. The company’s Vice President Mike O’Day said that Lake Nona Medical City is among the largest medical campuses in the country and was in need to accommodate the present as well as future medical treatment, research and communication requirements. Therefore, Corning Incorporated (NYSE:GLW)’s DAS will support these needs through providing broadcast range of wireless technology, applications and medical telemetry.

After getting the first victory against Aereo online TV last week, Twenty-First Century Fox Inc (NASDAQ:FOXA) along with other broadcasters have filed their first arguments in the Supreme Court yesterday. The broadcasters took a stringent stance in their filings, as they said that the Aereo’s continued retransmission will force them to scale down the free programming of channels. The broadcasters have sued Aereo in various U.S. courts as its business of retransmitting programs without their permission stands to violate the Copyright Act. The Supreme Court accepted the broadcaster’s appeal to hear the case and the arguments are expected to take place on April 22. The Supreme Court will evaluate the possible violation by Aereo of a provision of the U.S. copyright law.

After Southwest Airlines Co (NYSE:LUV) decided to not to use the additional pair of Reagan slots on Friday, it later said that it will return the two slots to the federal regulators on Monday. The carrier stated through an email that the Sunday round trip slot did not fit its schedule and therefore it opted to return it. Southwest Airlines Co (NYSE:LUV) received most of the slots from American Airlines Group in November as part of the court settlement, which blocked the merger of American Airlines and US Airways Group Inc.

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