Pre-Market Stock News (September 17, 2007)

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(ALVR) Alvarion won a WiMAX contract from Digicel Group in the Cayman Islands.
(CTSH) Cognizant Tech announced a 2 for 1 stock split and authorized up to $100 million for share buybacks.
(CX) CEMEX raised revenue projections and said it may divest more assets in US and Europe.
(EDO) EDO Corp. is being acquired by ITT Corp. for 41.19 Billion
(HEPH) Hollis-Eden Pharmaceuticals announced the filing of IND for phase I/II clinical trials with HE3286 in inflammation diseases.
(IART) Integra LifeSciences announced that it received 510(k) clearance from the FDA to market the DuraGen XS Dural Regeneration Matrix in the US.
(IFF) International Flavors announced a $450 million accelerated share buyback as part of its existing $750 million plan.
(LEAP) Leap Wireless rejected the MetroPCS offer.
(MSFT) Microsoft’s $613 million fine in Europe upheld after losing its appeal.
(NFX)  Newfield Exploration is selling North Sea business for $486 million.
(NOK) Nokia is acquiring Enpocket.
(OMPI) Obagi Medical filed to sell up to $100 million in securities.
(PAET) PAETEC Holding to acquire privately held McLeodUSA for $557 million in stock.
(SAI) SAIC won a contract option exercise by NASA from 2004 valued at an additional $205.9 million.
(SNIC) Sonic Solutions announced a multi-year licensing agreement with RealNetworks (RNWK) for Sonic AuthorScript, the company’s media formatting and CD/DVD burning engine.
(TPC) SunCom Wireless Holdings Inc. being acquired by Deutsche Telecom’s T-Mobile.
(ULBI) Ultralife Batteries won a $24 million contract from Raytheon (RTN) for SATCOM-On-The-Move systems.

Jon C. Ogg
September 17, 2007