Stocks To Watch: Sprint Corporation (NYSE:S); Corning Incorporated (NYSE:GLW) And CSX Corporation (NYSE:CSX)

Boston, MA, 02/21/2014 – Sprint Corporation (NYSE:S) announced on Thursday that its ground-breakingnew pricing program, Sprint Family Plan, is now being made available to small businesses through Sprint’s retail stores and third-party dealers starting today. The plan will fetch additional savings to the small businesses as they will get unlimited talk, text and 1GB data access just for $25 per month per line. Therefore, small businesses can invite more employees, associates and others to add in their Framily group, aiding to save more without adding costs as bills are generated for each account separately. Sprint Corporation (NYSE:S)‘s chief marketing officer said that the plan has no annual service contracts and early termination fees, therefore, is highly viable for the small enterprise cutomers.

Corning Incorporated (NYSE:GLW)‘s is set to receive some advantage from the stricter emission norms and the latest tv bump. While a stringent emission regulations will imply more sales of its filters and substrates, the rise in LCD tv shipments will also help Cornia further, post its Samsung deal. The company,which has lately acquired new employees, furnaces through the Samsung deal has now greater capacity of manufacturing liquid crystal display glass. Moreover, in view of rigid emission standards, Corning Incorporated (NYSE:GLW)‘s revenue will swing up even more through new automobile sales, which will have to incorporate and comply with these regulations.

CSX Corporation (NYSE:CSX), the biggest rail transportation service provider, said that the harsh weather during the last two months will severely impact its profits for the first quarter. It has been quite clear, that rght from CSX Corporation (NYSE:CSX), Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F) to  J.C. Penney Company, Inc. (NYSE:JCP), all have been issuing softer guidance for the forthcoming quarter due dragged down operations and sales in the chilly winter. However, analysts say that some companies might resort to cover their real problems associated internally under the pretext of severe snow and temperature.

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