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Pompano Beach, FL -- (SBWIRE) -- 12/26/2012 -- International Business Machines Corp. (NYSE:IBM) has managed to acquire an helipad permit from Yorktown's Planning Board according to which company’s officials and employees will be taking rounds of the country via a network of 18 helipads.
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However, the approval of this facility took longer than expected because people were concerned about sound pollution which these heli-crafts emanate while flying or landing but, these objections are seemingly withering away after helicopter fell in the premises of company’s research facility recently therefore, people are more conducive towards the idea of local landing facilities in order to prevent future aerial mishaps.
Furthermore, International Business Machines promised to keep their helicopters speed in check while maintaining their flying latitudes sufficiently higher during travelling from residential areas. Moreover, according to specialists company’s flying machines have noise intensity of 70 decibels that is considered as perfectly acceptable company pilot George Smiley argued.
Shares of International Business Machines Corp. (NYSE:IBM) traded in a range of $192.02 to $193.83, completing the day down $1.02, or -0.53% to $192.40. The total volume of shares exchanged was 1.63 million. The stock was at 6.39% as on Dec 24, 2012 for this year as compared to 7.81% in the last 12 months. The company established a 52-week high of $211.79 on Oct 0, 2012 and is now -8.76% down than that level.
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TriQuint Semiconductor (NASDAQ:TQNT) has now dropped about -34.16% from its record high price level, and has declined by -1.85% for this year. It closed at $4.78, trading -10.95% below its 200 day moving average and 0.20% above its 50 day moving average. Latest close brings its distance from its 52-week low at +11.16%. The stock has a market value is $794.91 million.
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As of latest close, Integrated Device Technology, Inc. (NASDAQ:IDTI) shares are up about 29.85% for 2012 and topped out a 52-week high of $7.52 (Mar 27, 2012). Since then, it has retreated 5.72% but stands 54.13% above 52-week low. The shares advanced above the 200-Day SMA ($5.71) and are now sitting 16.55% above 50-day SMA. The performance measured for the month was +17.58% and weekly performance appeared at +3.96%.
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