Pre-Market Stock News (September 28, 2007)

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(BBND) BigBand Networks traded down almost 30% on earnings and revenue warning.
(CBS) CBS has created CBS EyeLab, a site of short clips from its shows to attract web views who only want to spend a few minutes watching video.
(COMS) 3COM reportedly being sold to Bain Capital and Huawei; stock halted up 32%.
(CRA) Celera received $2M milestone payment from Merck.
(DELL) Dell will sell computers in Wal-Mart stores in Brazil and Mexico.
(DIS) Disney reportedly closed its cellular service.
(DUF) Duff & Phelps priced its IPO at $16.00.
(FCSX) FC Stone trades ex-split today.
(FMCN) Focus Media raised 2007 targets.
(GOOG) Google’s free ad-based phine getting more media coverage; facing harder battle ovver DoubleClick acquisition.
(NOV) National Oilwell Varco trades ex-split Monday.
(PCL) Plum Creek noted positively on ethanol help on "Inside Wall Street" in Business Week.
(SEH) Spartech announced a 2M share buyback plan.
(SIRI) Sirius trading down over 1% on concerns over FCC comments.
(SPWR) SunPower partnering with Macy’s to install solar power in stores in California.
(TWTC) Time Warner Telecom noted positively on "Inside Wall Street" in Business Week.
(UEIC) Universal Electronics noted positively by analysts on "Inside Wall Street" in Business Week.
(WCC) Wesco announced a $400M buyback plan.

Jon C. Ogg
September 28, 2007