From the Economic Times, on US markets yesterday:
After the closing bell, shares of Dow component Hewlett-Packard Co rose 5 percent to $46.10 in extended trade. In results released after the close, the computer and printer maker reported quarterly revenue that beat Wall Street’s estimates. HP also forecast quarterly results that exceeded analysts’ targets. SORRY, WRONG NUMBER Verizon, which led the Dow’s major decliners, ended at $35.34, down 6.6 percent.
The emphasis was certainly not mine.
patient person who was doing this report was doing voice dictation and answered a phone call at the same time. Dragon or something or the other, the software is called.
I have never tried this.
Any comments on this software, or about the global economic cues, or about the editorial malfunction?