Atlanta, Georgia based PulteGroup, the home building company announced a strong quarterly report and witnessed its stocks climb, following the news. The company also struck a deal with Paul Singer's Elliott Management.
PulteGroup agreed to add three new directors to its board. Two of the new members will help choose its next CEO when it's current CEO Mr. Dugas leaves.
Coca-Cola got a mixed a recommendation starting from 'hold' to 'sell' from the research analysts.
Twenty two ratings firms that presently cover the company gave it a 'Hold' rating. Three analysts rated the stock with a 'Sell' rating. Ten gave the company a 'Buy' rating and nine gave it a 'Hold' rating.
Analysts found natural changes in the brains of people who were asked to read books, in a trial intended to demonstrate that books can have a noteworthy effect on the personality.
They found that a capable story can make 'muscle memory' in the cerebrum in the same path as though the occasions had really happened to the onlooker.
Engineers at the Georgia Institute of Technology have come up with a proposal to develop a friend for the Mars rover. The friend is suggested to be created in the form of a robotic lizard.
A new research is in pipeline which is conducted by researchers of Georgia Tech Research Institute. They are studying the species of smaller fish named `remora' in a hope to apply their research in the development of next-generation adhesives.
A group of researchers from Georgia Regents University revealed that children who experience stress at an early stage of life are at a higher risk of suffering heart problems. At a very early stage, their heart's ability to pump oxygen-rich blood throughout body reduces and their body becomes stressed.
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