Shares of Micron Technology, Inc. (NASDAQ:MU) ended Thursday session in red amid volatile trading. The shares closed down -0.25 points or -1.49% at $16.49 with 21.96 million shares getting traded. Post opening the session at $16.70, the shares hit an intraday low of $16.14 and an intraday high of $16.74 and the price vacillated in this range throughout the day. The company has a market cap of $16.95 billion and the numbers of outstanding shares have been calculated to be 1.04 billion shares.
Micron Technology, Inc. (MU) Chief Financial Officer Ernie Maddock will present at the following webcasted investor conferences:
Thursday, Sept. 8 at 10:15 a.m. EDT, at the Citi Technology Conference in New York.
Wednesday, Sept.14 at 3:20 p.m. PDT, at the Deutsche Bank Technology Conference in Las Vegas.
Live webcasts of the presentations and subsequent replays can be accessed from Micron’s Investor Relations website at http://www.micron.com/investors/conference.
Shares of AT&T Inc. (NYSE:T) ended Thursday session in red amid volatile trading. The shares closed down -0.01 points or -0.02% at $40.88 with 18.74 million shares getting traded. Post opening the session at $40.95, the shares hit an intraday low of $40.66 and an intraday high of $41.05 and the price vacillated in this range throughout the day. The company has a market cap of $250.82 billion and the numbers of outstanding shares have been calculated to be 6.15 billion shares.
On Aug. 31, 2016 With hurricanes Madeline and Lester currently tracking toward the Hawaiian Islands, AT&T is ready with our disaster response equipment, and personnel are on standby.
AT&T has started its storm preparedness process as we closely monitor the storm. The two hurricanes could impact Hawaii over the next few days. AT&T is currently topping-off generators at our cell sites with fuel. The sites are equipped with high-capacity back-up batteries. We will stage other emergency response equipment in strategic locations, if needed. Our national reliability center is monitoring outages for quick action.
AT&T has also improved the network redundancy in storm-prone areas. It has installed more generators at critical cell towers and switching facilities, and moved electronics key to network operations above expected flood levels.
“Customers rely on us, especially during major storms,” said Bob Bass, president, AT&T Hawaii. “That’s why we practice readiness drills and simulations throughout the year. We do all we can to have our networks prepared when severe weather strikes.”
The AT&T National Disaster Recovery (NDR) program is one of the industry’s largest and most advanced disaster response programs. It includes more than 320 technology and equipment trailers that can be quickly deployed to respond to disasters. The NDR team works with local AT&T network personnel, regional emergency operations centers and local response centers to keep service going until permanent repairs are made.