Company Specific HeadIines

hLLpť//flnanceŦyahooŦcom/q/h?sƹn?1ƎLƹ2011Ŵ10Ŵ17 (new ?ork 1lmes Ŷ Peadllnes)
hLLpť//flnanceŦyahooŦcom/q/h?sƹC8CLƎLƹ2011Ŵ10Ŵ24 (Cracle Peadllnes)
hLLpť//flnanceŦyahooŦcom/q/h?sƹulSƎLƹ2011Ŵ10Ŵ27 (unlsys CorporaLlon Peadllnes)
hLLpť//flnanceŦyahooŦcom/q/h?sƹMCuƎLƹ2011Ŵ10Ŵ28 (Mcuonald's CorporaLlon Peadllnes)
hLLpť//flnanceŦyahooŦcom/q/h?sƹC8SƎLƹ2011Ŵ10Ŵ26 (C8S Peadllnes)
hLLpť//flnanceŦyahooŦcom/q?sƹMSl1Ǝqlƹ1 (MlcrosofL Peadllnes)
hLLpť//flnanceŦyahooŦcom/q/b?sƹ1Ŧ8A+llnanclal+8logs (A1 Ǝ 1 Peadllnes)

(After doing the generaI BIoomberg HeadIines, use
these Iinks to extract the main happenings at these
companies. You can change the date from the drop
down menu - Every Week has a date range to heIp
you which dates you need to seIect in Yahoo Finance.
The generaI news the Iinks beIow wiII give generaI
idea about the market, where it is Ieading, and what is
happening at the market IeveI - US ).
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Don't forget to add reference Iink (Company HeadIines
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Week 3
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Oct Ŷ 25
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Demand for treasures increased after Moody's Ìnvestors Service cut Spain's credit rating, adding to
concern that Europe's sovereign-debt crisis is spreading.

Bank of America posts profit boosting confidence in the market.

Demand for treasuries decline on the prospects of Europe Making Progress in resolving Debt crisis.

oca-ola third quarter profit gains 8.1% as prices rise.

U.S. 10-Year Treasuries Decline, Yield Ìncreases to 2.18% - two basis points up.

U.S. ompany Risk Rises as Europe's Leaders to Gather on risis.

AT & T's acquisition of T-Mobile blocked by Sprint and US Govt. (Anti-Trust, Lawsuit).

AT & T Sales fell by 0.3 percent to $31.5 billion. Lesser than the estimates. Reason ÷ Sluggish
economy and iPhone lag.

Microsoft Accused of Stifling ompetition in Operating System Market. Sued by Ìsrael based MiniFrame
tech firm.

U.S. Bond Market Still Exposed to European risis.

Microsoft Partners with smart phone part makers Cualcomm lncŦ (CCCM) Lo reduce Lhe cosL of maklng
Wlndows Þhone CS powered smarL phonesŦ

Sprint fails to support its case against AT & T ÷ Anti-Trust Law Suit.

Treasury 10-Year Notes yield fell by 0.03 percentage point to 2.22 percent before European Debt risis
Summit.

AT & T's T-Mobile Purchase Halted.

orporation redit Risk benchmark rises. Slowing Economy.

U.S. 30-year bond yields dropped 14 basis points on European Debt risis concerns.

US Bond Markets sees an overall decline on disappointing economic data. Economic reports missed
estimates and uncertainty grew over how much progress European leaders are making in debt-crisis
talks.

Sprint Nextel orp. (S) and the U.S. Justice Department lost their bid to share confidential documents as
they seek to stop a proposed $39 billion purchase of T-Mobile USA Ìnc by AT&T Ìnc.
Microsoft orp. signed a deal with ompal Electronics Ìnc. for tablets, mobile phones, e-readers and
other consumer devices running the Android or hrome platform. (Patent Licensing, Microsoft gets the
Patent License fees).

Microsoft sees 0.45% increase in revenue in third quarter.

Floods in Thailand to affect Hard Drive prices.(Ìncreased by 40% in a week). Dell introduces new Laptop
to cater style conscious group of consumers.

New York Times ÷ Advertising revenue declines, shores up liquidity by pre-paying loan. NYT continues to
see mixed expectations and revenues as major publishing companies see a declining trend.

Unisys posts 6.z% Increuse In revenue - $1.oz bIIIIon In LIIrd quurLer.

Oracle becomes the top rated Tech firm for Bonds/Stocks for 2012.

Oracle to buy RightNow for $1.5 billion ÷ To expand its service solution sector.

Unisys wins $10M deal from enters for Disease ontrol.

McDonald's orp. third-quarter profit gained 8.6 percent as lower-priced items boosted U.S. store sales.
Net income climbed to $1.51 billion, from $1.39 billion.



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Week 4
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Oct 25
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Nov
Treasuries fell before the U.S. reports third-quarter figures for gross domestic product
tomorrow. Ten-year yields climbed two basis points to 2.13 percent as of 9:29 a.m. Tokyo
time.


The Treasury Department's $35 billion sale of two-year notes may draw a yield of 0.288
percent, according to the average forecast in a Bloomberg News
The securities, which mature in October 2013, yielded 0.290 percent in pre-auction trading.


U.S. government bonds fell, as signs that a strategy to combat Lurope's debt crisis is almost
in place damped demand for the relative safety of Treasuries.
Thirty-year bond yields rose two basis points to 3.24 percent at 10:52 a.m. in Tokyo.

1reasurles Clve up CalnŤ 10Ŵ?ear ?leld LlLLle Changed aL 2Ŧ20Ʒ
The Treasury's $35 billion sale of five-year notes may draw a yield of 1.082 percent,
according to the average forecast.
The securities, which mature in October 2016, yielded 1.080 percent in pre-auction trading.
The record low auction yield of 1.015 percent was set last month.
The ratio of 10-year AAA municipal debt yields to rates on similar-maturity Treasuries fell to
100.5 percent today, the lowest since Sept. 15, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.



The New York Times Company (NYT)
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opporLunlLy for 1he new ?ork 1lmesŦ
%Ie New York %Imes' dIgILuI puywuII Is unIIkeIy Lo coIIecL enougI revenue Lo oIIseL u Iong-runnIng
decIIne In LIe newspuper's prInL udverLIsIng.
The New York Times said its Sunday home delivery rose for the first time in five years
during the six months through Sept. 30.That number increased 0.2 percent from a year
earlier to 992,383 customers.%Ie New York %Imes remuIns LIe mosL IIgIIy cIrcuIuLed Sunduy
newspuper In LIe UnILed SLuLes.

OracIe Corporation (ORCL)
Oracle had sales of $1S0.8 million in the third quarter, up from $138 million a year earlier.
rucIe unnounced LIuL %uLu ConsuILuncy ServIces (%CS), Ius been numed u DIumond IeveI purLner,
LIe IIgIesL runkIng uvuIIubIe, In LIe rucIe PurLnerNeLwork (PN) SpecIuIIzed progrum.
Oracle reported 17% year over year software new license growth.
WILI LIe InsLuIIuLIon oI rucIe's JD Edwurds EnLerprIsene, rucIe's PrImuveru P6 EnLerprIse
ProjecL PorLIoIIo MunugemenL (EPPM) und rucIe BusIness ¡nLeIIIgence AppIIcuLIons, MoIInu
HeuILIcure, ¡nc. Is now ubIe Lo consoIIduLe IInuncIuI und operuLIonuI duLu Lo supporL currenL und
IuLure busIness needs.
Cracleƌs CaLz says buslnesses need $1 Lrllllon Lax hollday

Cracle announced LhaL lL has acqulred 8lghLnowŦcomţ a leadlng provlder of cloud based
cusLomer servlceţ for roughly $1Ŧ3 bllllon neL of 8lghLnow's cash and debL

SmooLhly upgrade Lo Cracle LŴ8uslness SulLe 12Ŧ1 for new luncLlonallLyţ Lower CperaLlng CosLs
and lmproved Shared CperaLlons
Cerner SelecLs Cracle LnLerprlse Manager Lo SupporL new Cloud ServlcesŦ
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LhaL Lhe Lrlal wonƌL happen unLll nexL year and he expecLs lL wlll be a long oneŦ


UIS:
Unisys Corp. (UIS) gained the most in 2 1/2 years after the producer of mainframes and computer
services reported profit that beat anaIysts' estimates.
The company growth in its non-U.S. FederaI IT outsourcing business and higher saIes in industry
soIutions offset a decIine in its U.S. FederaI business.
Unisys' third quarter was so outstanding -- earnings more than doubIed to $78.6 miIIion
has been awarded a contract that couId be worth more than $10 miIIion over 10 years to convert
5,000 empIoyees at the U.S. Department of Energy
Lnisys Corporution reporLed revenues oI $1.oz bIIIIon In LIe LIIrd quurLer, up 6% yeur over yeur.
¡oreIgn currency IIucLuuLIons Iud u sIx percenLuge-poInL posILIve ImpucL on revenue In LIe quurLer.
Battelle Energy Alliance Selects Unisys to Provide Google Apps for Government Email
and ollaboration Solution for Department of Energy's Ìdaho National Laboratory.


cDonaId's Corp. (CD)

cDonaId's pushing its successful Mcafe line in hina.



BS orporation (BS)
Rooney, 92, who joined BS News show "60 Minutes¨ in 1978, died in a hospital in New York ity of
complications after minor surgery, the news division of BS.
BS#evenue IncIed up z% yeur over yeur Lo $¸,¸6¸ mIIIIon reporLed quurLer. %Ie Increuse In
revenue wus boosLed by u ¸% Increuse In conLenL IIcensIng und dIsLrIbuLIon revenue Lo $86; mIIIIon
und u ;% growLI In uIIIIIuLe und subscrIpLIon Iees Lo $q¸8 mIIIIon. AdverLIsIng revenue remuIned IIuL
uL $1,qqz mIIIIon durIng LIe quurLer.
BS orporation Executive Vice President and hief Financial Officer Joseph Ìanniello
to Participate in the Wells Fargo Securities Technology, Media & Telecom (TMT)
onference

icrosoft Corporation (SFT)
Skype Ius now more compeLILors Ior exumpIe %ungo, ¡uceLubeeLc
Microsoft is the top spender on research and development among U.S. tech
companies.it has spend about $9.18 billion on RnD.
Microsoft is celebrating the one-year anniversary of its Kinect and they are ready to
launch it in buslness world as wellŦ

The first Windows Phone Mango-based smartphones are set to hit the U.S. next month.

Q1 of 2011, sales are up 7% from the same period last year, to $17.4 billion.

Microsoft plans to hire staff and be "physically present¨ in West and central Afrlca's
French-speaking nations, regional General Manager Simon Ouattara said.

Microsoft has 91,000 workers and operates in 25 countries, including Brazil, Ìndia,
Japan and the UK, got high marks for offering flex time, telecommuting and job sharing
for workers.

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Week S
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Nov 1
st
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O CBS Profit Rises on Higher Distribution, Licensing Sales
Net earnings increased to $338 million, or 50 cents a share. BS, controlled by 88-year-old hairman
Sumner Redstone, gets more of its revenue from advertising than other major U.S. media companies To
decrease its dependence on the U.S. ad market, BS has pursued international expansion and deals
with online distributors such as Netflix Ìnc. (NFLX), Amazon.com Ìnc. and Hulu LL's service
in Japan.BS struck a deal with Netflix last month that gave the online video service streaming rights to
the full lineup of shows from W, the joint venture between BS and Time Warner Ìnc. (TWX)Mike
Morris, an analyst at Davenport & o., estimates BS and Time Warner would each receive $30 million in
the first year of the deal.
O %he credits risk of U.S decline as an ECP (Unexpected Cut Rates)(3
rd
Nov)
A benchmark gauge of U.S. corporate credit risk declined by the most in a week after the European
entral Bank unexpectedly cut interest rates. The Markit DX North America Ìnvestment Grade Ìndex,
which investors use to hedge against losses on corporate debt or to speculate on creditworthiness,
dropped 3.9 basis points to a mid-price of 121.5 at 9:08 a.m. in New York, according to index
administrator Markit Group Ltd.

O %% Seeks Sprint Plans for Competing
AT&T plans to compete in the wireless phone industry after a decision is made on AT&T's proposed
purchase of T-Mobile USA Ìnc. Sprint is a strong and vibrant competitor as evidenced by events in the
past six months -- a fact that is critical to AT&T's defense of DOJ's claim that the challenged merger will
dampen competition in the mobile wireless industry. AT&T is also seeking information on Sprint's bids for
government contracts over the past three years, the identities of Sprint's business and government
customers, and the number and location of proposed cell sites that Sprint planned at some point to
deploy and abandoned.
O U.S. Company Credit Risk Rises as Italy Borrowing Costs Surge (8
th
Nov)
A benchmark gauge of U.S. corporate credit risk rose for a second day as European bond yields rose on
concern that government upheaval in Ìtaly and Greece may deepen the region's debt crisis. The Markit
DX North America Ìnvestment Grade Ìndex, which investors use to hedge against losses on corporate
debt or to speculate on creditworthiness, added 0.4 basis point to a mid- price of 123.6 basis points at
4:51 p.m. in New York, according to index administrator Markit Group Ltd.
Ìtalian 10-year borrowing costs surged to a euro-era record as the focus shifted from Greece after Prime
Minister George Papandreou agreed to step down to create a new unity government. The swaps index
pared a rise of as much as 2.8 basis points after the European entral Bank's Juergen Stark predicted
the fiscal crisis will be controlled within two years.

O Unisys Strengthens Enterprise-Class Cloud Offerings with New Version of Secure
Private Cloud Solution
Unisys announced Version 2 of its Unisys Secure Private loud Solution , the company's flagship cloud
solution for clients' and cloud service providers' data centers. The enhanced solution incorporates
enhancements to the core software stack, as well as expanded management, security and infrastructure
automation capabilities. These enhancements improve performance, simplify management of
an integrated ÌT environment and make it easier for clients to preserve existing technology investments
Based on client feedback as well as Unisys' own experience in running its entire engineering
development operation thorough this solution, Unisys estimates that the Secure Private loud Solution
can yield a typical organization operational and cost avoidance savings of up to $6 million over
five years

O Dell Cuts Money Market Exposure

Dell tries to be "structurally underweight¨ the financial sector in its cash management strategy, and
heavy exposure to money funds effectively breaks that aim, according to Pedro Andrade, investment
manager at the computer giant. The company liquidated all of its separately managed accounts during
the financial crisis in order to lower risk.

O McDonald's plans more capital spending in 2012
McDonald's orp. plans to increase its capital expenditures next year and predicted commodity costs
would continue to increase.
The fast-food behemoth also reaffirmed its targets for annual average growth in sales at 3% to 5% and
operating income at 6% to 7%, as well as return on incremental invested capital in a high teen
percentage. Next year, the company plans $2.9 billion in capital expenditures, which would include more
than 1,300 restaurant openings and more than 2,400 renovations of current locations. For the current
year, McDonald's has previously projected capital expenditures of $2.5 billion, with about half targeted to
open 1,100 new restaurants and the rest for upgrades at existing locations.



O McDonald's Chooses Unisys for End-User I% Support at 1,000 Restaurants cross ustralia, New
Zealand and the South Pacific

Under the five-year contracts have an estimated combined value of approximately US$30.5 million
(AU$30 million) and represent new business for Unisys.Under the terms of the contracts, Unisys will
provide service desk, on-site and remote support services to McDonald's chain of more than 1,000
company-owned and franchised restaurants across Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific region,
including New aledonia, Fiji, Tahiti, American Samoa and Samoa.
Unisys will provide its Smart On-Site Services for end-to-end support of technology used in the
McDonald's restaurants, including point of sale devices, back-office P equipment, peripherals, wireless
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O McDonald's Positioned for Continued Growth Under the Plan to Win
Over the past nine years the Plan to Win has been the right blueprint for McDonald's and remains relevant
today. Ìt has enabled us to perform well in both robust and challenging economic environments. Most
importantly, the Plan is supported by our unparalleled competitive advantages in size and scale, our financial
strength and our System alignment.
McDonald's reaffirmed its constant currency growth targets:
Average annual sales growth of 3% to 5%
Average annual operating income growth of 6% to 7%, and
Return on incremental invested capital in the high teens


O Dell to entrepreneurs: Head to China

Dell is still the number two P maker in the United States but third-place Apple has started to nip at its
heels, according to a recent Gartner survey. Overall, P sales have been hampered by the explosive
growth of smart phones and tablets, and Dell has been hit especially hard, with its third-quarter P
shipments dropping 7.2%, according to Gartner, compared with Apple's 21% growth.
While Dell has no plans to exit the P business, so expanding the market.


O How Europe's debt crisis hits every ones wallet


O McDonald's October Sales Rise 5.5% on Improvements in sia

McDonald's orp. (MD), the world's largest restaurant chain, said sales at stores open at least 13
months worldwide rose 5.5 percent last month as customer traffic in Asia increased. hief Executive
Officer James Skinner has sought to boost sales in hina by remodeling restaurants and selling locally
relevant breakfast items. This year McDonald's will open as many as 200 stores in the Asian nation,
where it competes with Yum! Brands Ìnc.'s KF and Pizza Hut chains. Gains in Asia were led by
hina, Japan and Australia, the company said.




O McDonald's Aims to Double offee Sales in Germany
McDonald's orp. (MD) aims to "at least¨ double coffee sales in Germany in the next four years,
the Financial Times Deutschland reported today, citing an interview with Bane Knezevic, the restaurant
chain's chief in Germany. The company's coffee sales in the country are currently 122 million euros ($167
million) a year, and the aim is to increase that to between 250 million euros and 300 million euros by
2015, the newspaper cited Knezevic as saying.

O Los ngeles World irports Selects Unisys to Upgrade ID Card Reader System and Network

The Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA), which oversees airport operations for the city of Los Angeles,
has awarded a contract modification to Unisys to upgrade its access control and alarm monitoring system,
used to identify the 45,000 airport employees, contractors, police and others who work at the
organization's three airports.
With the new modification, Unisys will replace the airports' existing magnetic stripe card readers with a
contactless system that will make it more difficult for non-authorized individuals to access secure areas.
The contactless system can also save money by reducing the wear on cards and readers associated with
magnetic stripe systems. The readers will be installed at 870 access points in the airports.
O Microsojt Striles ßodç ßlou With Kinect And Windous 8 Iusion

Microsoft recently announced the latest version of Windows, Windows 8, and also launched a developer
preview of Windows 8.Ìts last launch, Windows 7, was a huge hit and sold over 500 million licenses
worldwide. With Windows8, Microsoft plans to not only repeat those amazing sales figures, but also
capture a significant share of the exploding tablet market, which is current dominated by Apple's iPad and
tablets powered by Google's Android OS.

O MIcrosoIL's 'ArL oI %oucI' projecL Iuses LoucI mouse, dIgILuI urL

icrosoft Hardware has introduced a new marketing campaign and art project called the "Art of Touch," a
digital canvas that lets users with HTS·capable browsers create and share digital art.
The digital palette and canvas are part of a promotional campaign for icrosoft Corp. 's line of touch·based
computer mice, which inspired the project. On the website, budding Picassos can use their mouse (or
trackpad) to create art using brushes and effects developed by generative artists Erik Natzke, "Dr. Woohoo!"
and arius Watz.









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Ìnflation remains elevated, and we forecast that it's going to rise further,¨ said TomohisaFujiki, an interest-
rate strategist at BNP Paribas Securities Japan Ltd. in Tokyo. BNP's U.S. unit is one of the 20 primary
dealers that trade directly with the Federal Reserve. "Growth should pick up next year, and yields will go
up.

Demand will come from banks, insurance companies and from pension funds which are still massively
underexposed to Treasuries,¨ Stuart Thomson, a fixed-income fund manager in Glasgow at Ìgnis Asset
Management, which oversees 75 billion pounds ($118 billion), said in an Oct. 12 telephone interview..


Treasuries gained, pushing 10-year yields down from the highest level in seven weeks, as
concern Europe may take longer to contain its sovereign debt turmoil boosted demand for the safest
assets.


The market will stay very schizophrenic until there is a real concrete plan in hand in Europe,¨ said Adrian
Miller, fixed-income strategist at Miller Tabak Roberts Securities LL in New York. "The negative risk
sentiment tied to Europe is dominating everything and driving Treasuries higher. Expectations of a
resolution have been far overblown.¨

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