Boston, MA 02/12/2014 (wallstreetpr) – American Airlines Group Inc (NASDAQ:AAL) is proud of its performance so far, just having been around for a couple of weeks following a deal between American Airlines and US Airways last December. The company has reported that it is pleased with its traffic, and much more, the key revenue figures that go with it. AAL said that its traffic increased by 3.8 percent in January where by passengers flew 17.3 billion miles in the month. International flight traffic was up 6.7 percent while domestic traffic was up 2.9 percent. The company also noted that it flew more full seats than before. American Airlines Group Inc (NASDAQ:AAL) stated that it expects revenue for every seat flown per one mile to increase by 2-4 percent in the current quarter.
Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) can no longer hide its growing interest in 30D printing business. The company has invested an undisclosed amount of money in startup in Austin. Intel has put its money out to help Makexyz to improve its operations. Makexyz is a company in Austin that runs a website which links buyers and sellers of 3-D printers. The investment from Intel will help the company to add more staff and also expand its network so that sellers and find more buyers and also discover more and perhaps better 3-D printer models. While the amount of dollars involved in the latest startup investment has not been revealed to the public, a recent report showed that Intel invests an average of $4 million in such projects. Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC)
Tesla Motors Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) is almost perching at $200 per share after the stock make impressive rally since Monday on good news from China. In the Tuesday session the stock touched an intraday high of $202.20, which also became the new 52-week high. However, the stock of Tesla is currently trading around $196.62, slightly shy of the $200 mark. The good news that helped Tesla up was that Chinese Finance Ministry announced that it was going to expand its subsidy program on hybrid or full-electric vehicles. That means that more car buyers in China might buy more of Tesla cars. It was announced that the said subsidy boost will start rolling out in 2015 where the government hopes to have around 500,000 electric vehicles on the roads and about 5 million by 2020. China is one of the places where Tesla Motors Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) continues to receive overwhelming orders for its flagship Model S all-electric car.