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Information Technology : Technology Hardware, Storage & Peripherals | Mid Cap Value
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Western Digital Corporation (Western Digital) is a developer, manufacturer and provider of data storage devices and solutions that address the needs of the information technology (IT) industry and the infrastructure that enables the proliferation of data in virtually every industry. The Company's portfolio of offerings addresses three categories: Datacenter Devices and Solutions (capacity and performance enterprise hard disk drives (HDDs), enterprise solid state drives (SSDs), datacenter software and system solutions); Client Devices (mobile, desktop, gaming and digital video hard drives, client SSDs, embedded products and wafers), and Client Solutions (removable products, hard drive content solutions and flash content solutions). The Company develops and manufactures a portion of the recording heads and magnetic media used in its hard drive products.


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Cruise stocks surge after CDC announces 'phased approach' to cruises after no-sail order expires

2:42 pm ET October 30, 2020 (MarketWatch)

Shares of cruise operators surged Friday, to buck the sharp selloff in the broader market, after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) chose not to extend its full no-sail order, and has instead gone with a "phased approach" to resuming cruise operations. The CDC's no-sail order (http://www.marketwatch.com/story/cdc-extends-us-cruise-ship-ban-to-just-oct-31-2020-09-30) expires on Oct. 31. Shares of Carnival Corp. (CCL) ran up 6.4%, Royal Caribbean Group (RCL) jumped 4.8% and Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. climbed 5.5%, at a time when the S&P 500 sank 2.2%. After the no-sail order expires, the initial phases of the resumption of cruise ship operations will consist of testing and additional safeguards for crew members. The next phases will include simulated cruises to test the operators' ability to limit COVID-19 risk.

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October 30, 2020 14:42 ET (18:42 GMT)

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