Stocks Discussed on Fox Business's The Opening Bell on Fox Business on Thursday, February 12, 2009

Fox Business, "The Opening Bell on Fox Business" - 2/12/09

Listed below are stocks that were mentioned on Fox Business's The Opening Bell on Fox Business on Thursday February, 12th.

This program gets the day in the market rolling as host Alexis Glick details the developing stories that will dominate the market. This program highlights earnings and data releases as well as interviews and commentary from strategists and trading experts. This show begins 9am ET and runs for one hour, and stocks mentioned on the program are listed below.

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Fox Business - The Opening Bell on Fox Business Stock Commentary for 2/12/2009

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“… Save dollars you save carbon emissions by . Alexis: and I imagine morale in POLYCOM is good and you're not laying anybody off. >> we had a 6% reduction in force, but that was just to align, really, around the assets, around the video business and we're very well …”
“… A two hour meeting in a business or government agency setting, that two hour meeting takes two hours not two days to go across back. Alexis: I see reports boy IDC they wrote them for you. They say the return on investments, one to six months. Cuts carbon emissions, good for band which hadth. What does it mean in terms of …”
“… Family started in the early 90's. Alexis: i've been reading about this and a lot of people say video conferencing is one of the bright spots in technology. One analyst at GARTNER predicted replace 2.1 million airline seats in 2012. Are the prospects for this greater than ever? >> they're absolutely greater than ever. …”
“… Face-to-face, literally, a surreal experience of being with the new product called the qdx. It's a unit sells for under $4,000, in the cog it's a recession buster, if you save travel costs of one trip you've paid for the unit. From a cfo's perspective, the hard dollar is immediate. Alexis: we have been talking …”
“… >> today POLYCOM, inc., a company is launching is new product and we've got here to show you, how can the product open up new markets to video conferencing and cutting costs, joining us now is michael kourey, the cfo of POLYCOM. >> good to see you. Alexis: you've got 3,000 dollars, a successful thing working in corporations around the globe. Tell us about the new one here …”
“… Connell: welcome back. Take a look at the stocks in the news today. Shares of kohl's are trading lower, they were cut to conviction sell by neutral from GOLDMAN SACHS and the results not pretty. What about shares of marriott. Trading lower as well. The hotel operator swung it a fourth quarter loss on restructure charges as the company projected continued …”
“… Connell: welcome back. Take a look at the stocks in the news today. Shares of KOHL'S are trading lower, they were cut to conviction sell by neutral from goldman sachs and the results not pretty. What about shares of marriott. Trading lower as well. …”
“… Play were server farms where computers work like in the that's what this is essentially. Earnings per share 10 cents and stock sup. UBS put a buy on the stock a few weeks ago and it's been up a basic business, they house the computers, servers for large not bad. Charles payne, thanks so much for the seven early movers. …”
“… Finally, dupont fab bro, hot play were server farms where computers work like in the that's what this is essentially. Earnings per share 10 cents and stock sup. Ubs put a buy on the stock a few weeks ago and it's been up a basic business, they house the computers, servers for large not bad. Charles payne, thanks so much …”
“… Okay and gross margins improved 140 basis points. It might be what's moving the stock up 9% at the open. Got to stick with the food AMERICAN ITALIAN PASTA, 53%, they really beat on both the upside and down side. Restaurant sales up 43%. The company's going to focus on private labels of sales. That's up 15% out the gate and …”