Latest News, Acquisition Updates: McDonald's Corporation, Hewlett-Packard Company, Fab Universal, Federal National Mortgage

  Latest News, Acquisition Updates: McDonald's Corporation, Hewlett-Packard
  Company, Fab Universal, Federal National Mortgage Association, Youku Tudou

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NEW YORK, November 15, 2013

NEW YORK, November 15, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

Market Buzz Report, a leading penny stock newsletters provider, issues major
news alert for McDonald's Corporation(NYSE:MCD), Hewlett-Packard
Company(NYSE:HPQ), Fab Universal Corp(NYSEMKT:FU), Federal National Mortgage
Association(OTCBB:FNMA), Youku Tudou Inc(NYSE:YOKU).

Executives with McDonald's Corporation (NYSE:MCD) are giving some glimpses on
where the company might find growth in the future. Potential initiatives
include kiosks in grocery stores, an intensified push into premium beverages,
and an expansion of breakfast items in global markets where early-day sales
lag. The company will also invest more in its kitchens which could lead to
larger grills areas and open up the possibility of all-day breakfast
offerings. In emerging markets, McDonald's say franchising and real estate
strategies will align with local dynamics.

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Musk visited the injured employees. Hewlett-Packard Company(NYSE:HPQ) and
Google are putting a stop on sales of their Chromebook 11 computer after few
users said that the device's charger was overheating. The measure announced
by the firms comes slightly after a month of unveiling the Chromebook 11 as an
affordable alternative to laptops having similar features.

Having a display of about 11.6 inches, its priced at $279. Search engine firm
Google confirmed working with Consumer Product Safety Commission for fixing
the overheating problem. Currently, the firm has advised users having bought
the Chromebook to use other USB chargers.

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Fab Universal Corp(NYSEMKT:FU) falls after Chinese fraud researcher Alfred
Little issues a short report on the Chinese video content distributor, noting
that "FAB's anti-piracy claims are a total and complete fraud." AL states that
based on the firm's due diligence, FAB's Intelligent Media Kiosks are "loaded
with very obviously pirated U.S. movies." The report also claims that FAB's
kiosk manufacturers have only supplied 1.6K-1.7K kiosks to the company, or 10%
of the claimed 16.8K units deployed. Additionally, AL states that FAB's
director of franchisee sales stated that the company only has ~1K kiosk in
Beijing, vs. the 3.9K disclosed in a company proxy statement. AL writes that
the company faces a significant undisclosed liability due to the company's
promise to kiosk franchisees of guaranteed minimum returns and buyback clauses
using FU stock.

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Federal National Mortgage Association(OTCBB:FNMA) and Freddie Mac preferred
shares are up sharply as Bruce Berkowitz takes to CNBC to talk up his
recapitalization plans for the GSEs. The Fannie Mae Preferred S series (the
most popular vehicle) is ahead 9.7% to $9.70 - in a recap, these would get
paid at par, or $25, and Berkowitz is talking about a time frame of June 2014.
"We helped before with AIG, it can work with Fannie and Freddie." Other
preferred shareholders with whom Berkowitz is trying to garner support include
Blackstone, Perry Capital and GSO Capital. His plan is to purchase and
recapitalize the mortgage-guarantee business of the GSEs and turn them into
state-regulated bond insurers with no federal perks. The nearly $5T in assets
and liabilities currently managed by Fannie and Freddie would remain with the

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Youku Tudou Inc (NYSE:YOKU) expects Q4 revenue of RMB860M-RMB900M
($141.2M-$147.8M), below a consensus of RMB921.5M ($151.3M). But the company
is also forecasting it will achieve non-GAAP profitability in Q4 after posting
a $26.1M ($0.16/share) non-GAAP net loss in Q3.The Chinese online/mobile video
leader took a page from Netflix in Q3 and decided to accelerate the pace at
which it amortized content costs for TV serial dramas and moves, so as to
reflect a "new consumption pattern" among viewers. This led Youku's content
costs to rise 58% Q/Q to $78.2M and equal 56% of revenue, up from 40% in Q2.If
not for the change, content costs would've only totaled $54.6M, +11% Q/Q and
39% of revenue, and non-GAAP net loss would've only amounted to $2.5M.While
total revenue rose 14% Q/Q, ad revenue only rose 3%. Bandwidth costs rose 11%
Q/Q to $29.7M, and sales/marketing costs rose 5% to $25.7M. 

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