Aviation, Fitness Sales Drive Garmin Profit; Shares Jump

Planet Fitness Announces Strong Growth In 2013

The stock, however, is still a far cry from the high of $124 it hit in 2007, when personal navigation devices were high in demand and featured on most year-end gifting lists. Garmin said on Wednesday it expects revenue to grow 10-15 percent from businesses other than its personal navigation device unit, where revenue is expected to fall 10-15 percent. The forecast implies that sales from personal navigation devices will account for less than half of the company’s revenue this year. Sales from the personal navigation devices unit fell 12 percent to $382.5 million in the fourth quarter, while sales from all other units combined rose 14 percent to account for nearly half of the company’s total sales of $759.7 million.
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regulators by the end of March, when antitrust and public interest reviews will be launched. The p90X3 results proposed merger between the two biggest U.S. cable service providers is expected to draw intense scrutiny from the Federal Communications Commission, which reviews whether deals are in the public interest, and either the Department of Justice or the Federal Trade Commission, which share antitrust oversight. Comcast is targeting the end of March http://www.sbwire.com/press-releases/p90x3-reviews/sbwire-455028.htm to submit its application to the FCC, spokeswoman Sena Fitzmaurice said. Around the same time, Comcast will also submit documents asking antitrust regulators for approval, she said.
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Ankles away! FlyFit fitness tracker worn on leg, not wrist

FlyFit fitness tracker on biker

The project is nearly halfway to its $90,000 goal with 34 days left to go. Wrist-mounted fitness trackers don’t meet everyone’s needs. It seems like FlyFit could forge a viable path with its focus on leg movements and real-time data. The early funding push appears to be going strong. What do you think?
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