‘ Star Wars: The Last Jedi ‘: What Luke’s New Look Reveals About His DestinyDerek HoffmanGoogle+ More Articles Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL): In China Apple’s battle for control of the iPad trademark told the Guangdong Higher People’s Court in southern China that allowing Proview International Holdings to produce branded goods will be counterproductive to this. An upcoming MacBook Pro which is expected to be thinner and lighter along with the upcoming Air models is expected to build additional pressure on ultrabooks according to upstream supply chains and recorded in Digitimes. The stock closed on the day at $542.44 up to $7.03 or 1.31%. They were trading between $310.50 and $535.41 in a 52-week period. Abbott Laboratories (NYSE: ABT): The Belgian drug company Galapagos has signed an agreement with Abbott Laboratories (NYSE: ABT) estimated at up to $1,35B for the development and production of an oral medication for the treatment of arthritis and other autoimmune diseases Reuters notes. The stock ended the day down $0.43 or 0.75 percent at $56.61. They were trading between $46.29 and $57.13 in a 52-week period. Akorn (NASDAQ: AKRX): Akorn reported that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Akorn India Private Ltd or AIPL, completed and closed the previously announced acquisition of certain properties of Kilitch Drugs India Ltd or KDIL, a leading contract manufacturer of sterile injectables in India, as well as some assets of NBZ Pharma Ltd. The stock finished the day down $0.32 or 2.49 percent at $12.53. We have ranged from $4.97 and $12.91 in a 52-week period. British American (AMEX: BTI): A U.S. judge ruled that a new regulation requiring large-scale graphic health warnings for cigarette labels and advertisements infringed free-speech rights in a Reuters-reported ruling that benefits tobacco companies. The stock closed on the day at $101.28 up to $0.34 or 0.34%. They have ranged from $73.48 and $101.31 in a 52-week period. Carter’s (NYSE: CRI): posted revenue in the retail segment Q4 OshKosh B’gosh up 11.9 percent to $89.3M. The shares closed down on the day at $48.57 up $4.88 or 11.17 per cent. They were trading between $26.50 and $44.60 in a 52-week range. Contact the author on this story: Derek Hoffman at [email protected] Contact the editor in charge of this story: Damien Hoffman at [email protected]

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