Dell Inc (NASDAQ:DELL) shares increases by 0.15%, Dean Foods Co (NYSE:DF)

Posted by Kristi Scott May 29, 2013 0 Comment 1034 views


Dell Inc (NASDAQ:DELL): Tuesday’s trading session saw Dell Inc (NASDAQ:DELL) rising by 0.15%. The opening price of $13.39 climbed to an intraday high of $13.40 before settling down to close at $13.35 per share. Around 7.33 million shares were traded in the last trading session, which stood below the average volume of 23.55 million that was measured over 30 days.

Dell Inc (NASDAQ:DELL) is an international information technology company. It offers its customers a variety of services and solutions that are delivered directly by Dell and via other distribution channels. DELL is a holding company that conducts its business across the globe, via its subsidiaries. It operates in four different segments: Public, Large Enterprise, SMB and Consumer. Dell Inc (NASDAQ:DELL)’s Public customers include government, educational institutions, law enforcement agencies, and health care. These operate in their specific communities.

The company’s Large Enterprise customers include national and global corporate businesses. The SMB segment focuses on assisting small and medium-sized businesses. It does this by offering services, products and solutions. The Consumer segment focuses on entertainment, gaming, mobility, and design-delivery technology experience.

Dean Foods Co (NYSE:DF): Tuesday’s trading session saw Dean Foods Co (NYSE:DF) rising by 4.55%. The opening price of $10.12 climbed to an intraday high of $10.59 before settling down to close at $10.12 per share. Around 13.38 million shares were traded in the last trading session, which stood above the average volume of 6.21 million that was measured over 30 days.

Dean Foods Co (NYSE:DF) is a food and beverage company. It operates via two segments: The WhiteWave Foods Company as well as the Fresh Dairy Direct. Fresh Dairy Direct is involved in processing and distributing fluid milk and other dairy products in the United States. It has products such as milk, cultured dairy products, ice cream, ice cream mix creamers and other dairy products. All these are sold under 50 familiar regional and local brand names and an array of private labels. Fresh Dairy Direct produces and distributes, Tru Moo as well.

The company has announced just last week that WhiteWave which is a food and beverage company has now been spun-off. The net proceeds of the sales have been distributed on a pro-rata basis in cash payments to stakeholders who would alternatively have received its fractional shares.


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