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Billionaire Activist Dumps eBay for PayPal

One of the recent business news is that Carl Icahn the billionaire activist and investor has exited eBay Inc.

According to an article published in Reuters on November 16, 2015, Icahn relinquished all his shares in eBay Inc and took shares in PayPal Holdings Inc. amounting to the same number. That is according to regulatory fillings in the third quarter as shown on Monday.
Icahn sold his eBay stake of 46.3 million shares and bought an equal number of shares in PayPal to exit from eBay completely.

Last year, he had pushed for the idea of splitting eBay from PayPal. He however gave up on the push saw both the split changed to June last year by the directors and executives at eBay.

Icahn is also well known for the large stakes he takes in companies as well as the changes he pushes for in different firms. His stake in American International Group Inc. in the third quarter stood at 1.36 million shares.

The BlackBerry Expects Handset Profit By Next Year

BlackBerry expects to post a huge profit one year from now, thanks to the dispatch of its Priv model, as the organization recuperates following a wounding couple of years that saw it lose its prevailing position in the cell phone market.

Speaking to CNBC at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation CEO Summit held in Manila, the BlackBerry CEO John Chen asserts that the company is doing quite well now after a recent financial standpoint. He adds that their focus is to grow their businesses to new heights. John Chen told CNBC that they still have somewhat high fixed costs. However, the handset profitability will probably come to reality next year.

Following the official launch of its first Android-powered gadget dubbed, the Priv, the Toronto based firm has received plenty of positive reviews from customers and some of key industry players alike. The Priv is a big deal when it comes to receptivity and market acceptance, and the CEO encouraged its users to report their likes and dislikes for proper adjustment to be done.

He says, “This [the Priv] is a major deal as far as business sector acknowledgment and receptivity is concerned. We need the business sector to let us know what it prefers and we can alter it appropriately,”

Apparently, the BlackBerry phones have received massive criticism in the past due to lack of appropriate apps. Nevertheless, John Chen claims that the Priv’s Android software is intended to open up the BlackBerry’s application program interface.

Most Recent Breaking News About Business

Wal-Mart Earnings Fly Beyond Market Expectations

Based on Tuesday’s business reports, Wall-Mart Stores Inc, seemed to be doing well contrary to the current market expectations. The company went against all odds and recorded its fifth significant gain in the United States’ same-store-sales, with its shares increasing by at least 4%. This was indeed a slightly stronger share performance!

In what seemed as a confirmation to the positive trend, the company said that it saw the good tidings beforehand. The company’s expectation was that sales would open at least a year and increase rather gradually within the present quarter’s festive shopping spree. It however acknowledged that the competitive nature of business would be sustained within the quarter.

For a while, though, Wall-Mart’s revenues have been subjected to enormous pressure, emanating from costs, directed at increasing initial wage level and sprucing up the stores. Based on the existing parameters, the company issued a warning that the said costs would result into low earnings to the tune of 12%. A situation, the company said, would force investors to resort to stock dumping.

In expressing its fear of losing investors, by yielding to the said cost pressure, the company reiterated that as the investment hit the profits, the resultant effects are always translated into better services for customers as well as enhanced sales. A statement issued to reporters by the company’s U.S operations chief executive, Greg Foran, said that the company’s current gain of momentum is quite remarkable.

According to October 31st financial reports, the company’s third quarter’s net profit dropped to $3.304 billion, upon a $1.03 share value, from the previous year’s $ 3.711 billion, upon $1.15 share value. Following the drop, market experts had predicted a drop in the company’s share value to 98 cents. However, the final display jumped right on every expert’s face. In essence, the company beat the negative prediction and managed to get a four-cent share-value boost. Impressive!

The overall performance of the company saw at least a 1.5-percent rise in sales, with a 1.7-percent increment in customers’ traffic. In a more detailed performance breakdown, the company noted that apparel, food, and household items did quite well in this quarter. It however acknowledged a setback in its entertainment sector, which it partly said was due to luck of blockbuster-like market products to steer up demand.

Hefty Bonus For Kenyan tea farmers

It is a huge sigh of relieve for Kenyan tea farmers after the Kenya Tea Development Agency, K.T.D.A announced Sh.40 billion bonuses for small-scale tea farmers after recording increased earnings of Sh.50.6 billion which is an increase of Sh.20 billion from the previous year.

Speaking today at a media breakfast meeting at the Intercontinental Hotel,KTDA Chief Executive Officer Lerionka Tiampati attributed this rise in earnings to the weakening shilling and sustained market diversification that has been witnessed towards the end of the current financial year.He further added that as a result,small farmers have also enjoyed higher payments for their crop on deliveries they have been making monthly.The net amount paid to farmers on the basis of accumulated monthly deliveries now stands at Sh 15 billion.The remaining amount will be rolled over to the next month.

Managing Costs
Mr Tiampati also added that the agency was embarking on a massive Cost management exercise aimed at cushioning the farmers against advertise effects of recurring expenses that has been bringing down the farmers’ earnings.One of such drastic measures Mr Tiampati pointed out is the reduction of energy costs by launching the second phase of its Hydro-Electric power plant at Masinga to help cut down electricity costs.

Subsidized prices
K.T.D.A has also announced that this year,the company intends to increase the imports of fertilizers from 77,050 metric tonnes last year to 80,00 metric tonnes this year.This fertilizer will be sold to farmers at a subsidized price.At the same,time the agency announced the take off of its long mooted storage facility in Mombasa as a measure of cutting down on storage costs.Farmers have also been urged to seek cost-friendly farm management systems to ensure much of their income was not being spent on operating their business.

Following today’s announcement,the highest earning farmer is expected to pocket a whooping Sh.198,000 per acre of best tea delivered while the lowest earning farmer will take home Sh.52,000 per acre of low grade tea.This is an average increase of 12% from the previous year.
This will come as good news to farmers in the tea sector especially after the agency declined to implement a similar increase last year citing the dwindling economy and high energy costs.Tea is the major cash crop in Kenya and it is estimated that close to 10,000 households across the country solely depend on tea as a source of income.