Boston, MA, 02/24/2014 – The Walt Disney Company (NYSE:DIS) made a record level of $1.7 billion in domestic box office receipts, which is close to $1.86 billion receipts collected by Time Warner (TMX). If the numbers are broken out in detail than the Disney’s total receipts came from 17 films, 10 out of which were actually released in the calender year. While Time Warner’s receipts are from 35 films, 26 of which belonged to the calender year. Therefore, Disney might not have come as a winner in absolute numbers, but it did have in terms of the year’s best deliveries as four of its films ranked the top in the chart. Other news of optimism is the broadcaster’s recent victory against the Euro Online TV, The Walt Disney Company (NYSE:DIS) being one of the legal opponents.
Symantec Corporation (NASDAQ:SYMC) is reported to have rolled out new mobile solutions to keep the device’s privacy secure. The company is on a display at the two conferences, namely, Mobile World Congress and RSA Conference 2014 with its new solutions which will help secure the information on iOS and Android based mobile devices. The solutions include file sync and share with encryption keys to protect sensitive data and simpler and secure VPN logins. Symantec Corporation (NASDAQ:SYMC) has designed these solutions for both consumers and businesses with the aim to improve the security against the risk attached to the mobiles, which form an integral past of people’s lives now.
CONN’S, Inc. (NASDAQ:CONN) recovered after falling down substantially on Friday. CONN, which is an electronics and appliance seller witnessed a sharp hit in its prices post its dim future guidance and Oppenheimer & Co.’s rating cut. CONN’S, Inc. (NASDAQ:CONN) released the earnings estimate for the year at $3.40-$3.70 per share, down from its earlier guidance of $4. Following which, Oppenheimer had slashed down its rating to market perform and price target of $44 per share.