Trending Monday Reads: Twitter Inc. (TWTR), Tesla Motors Inc (TSLA), Robots, and Oil

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After a long weekend we are back on Monday morning with some interesting reads in the world of Business, Technology, Economy, and stock markets.

Twitter Inc. (NYSE:TWTR) is trying two new features. The first one shows the time when brands are most responsive and the second one related to Featured tweets which are curated by the owner. Currently both features appear on selected accounts.

A Chinese malware is impacting over 10 million Android devices according to latest report released by Check Point. The company had tracked the malware in February and shows the level of threat which Hummingbird poses.

Twitter Inc. (NYSE:TWTR) has 10M active users, According to a report published by Techcrunch. The company had earlier estimated users of around 35.5M users. It should be noted that Twitter was banned in 2009 in China. However, the company continues to have some loyal users.

Tesla Motors Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) manufactured more cars but it was not able to deliver all as it would have liked. The company was able to deliver only 78 percent of the cars out of the total built in second quarter.

Tesla Motors Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) wants to cater to masses. It is very important that the company fulfills its promise. Based on the two quarters which ended the company will be able to meet its lower end of guidance in terms of car deliveries which stand at 80,000.

Robot pickers in warehouse could be the next big thing if things turn out as expected by a postdoctoral researcher Carlos Hernandez Corbato. His team participated in a picking challenge conducted by Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN).

A Reuter’s analysis shows that margins for shale companies like EOG Resources Inc (NYSE:EOG) and Devon Energy Corp (NYSE:DVN) is expected to decrease over increased hedge.

According to latest report from Rystad Energy, US has more oil reserves compared to Russia and Saudi. The study was conducted on 60,000 fields worldwide over a period of 3 years.

“Reserves numbers matter but lots of other factors also determine short and long term returns from what the oil companies and nations hold,” said Mr Mallinson. “The rise in prominence of the US doesn’t diminish the role of Saudi Arabia or Russia, which have some of the cheapest to produce oil in the world.”

Viraj Shah

Viraj Shah has completed M.Com (Finance) and is currently pursuing his CFP. He tracks US markets along with other global markets like India very closely. He is very passionate about stocks, real estate, and technology. He also believes that money can always be made in the market.

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