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Harley Davidson's Roaring Performance Translates Into Buy
Harley-Davidson Inc. (NYSE:HOG) operates in two segments, namely Harley-Davidson Motor Company (HDMC) and Harley-Davidson Financial Services (HDFS).
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Harley Davidson Inc 5 year agreement with Infosys for partial IT outsourcing
The company with operations in 30 countries and development centers in India, China, Australia, Canada, US and Japan will be opening a new technology and consultancy centre in Milwaukee for Harley Davidson Inc. A five year contract that been inked ...
Harley-Davidson: 3.4% In 47 Days
The Harley-Davidson protected covered call in the list above has a potential return of 3.4% (26% annualized) and a maximum potential loss of 7.8%, so even if the stock price drops all the way to zero, the maximum loss which can be sustained is 7.8%.
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Harley-Davidson Breaks Below 200-Day Moving Average - Notable for HOG
In trading on Thursday, shares of Harley-Davidson Inc (NYSE: HOG) crossed below their 200 day moving average of $43.73, changing hands as low as $43.19 per share.
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Win a Harley-Davidson motorcycle
One lucky person will soon own a 2012 Harley-Davidson motorcycle for as little as $20. Fire rescue departments from both Langford and Sooke have teamed up selling raffle tickets for the big prize, a Harley-Davidson Switchback worth more than $20,000.
Young workers shorten career climb through mentoring
When John Blazenko hired Robert Dul in 2006 as a junior inspector for Agrium Inc., the young employee was green, barely out of technical school in Edmonton.
Family legacy begins at the House of Harley-Davidson
Dia Matteson has become the new president and director of Motorcycle Times Inc., which owns and operates the Harley-Davidson dealerships in Anchorage, Soldotna and Wasilla. At 25 years old, she is now Harley's youngest female dealer. Dia Matteson ...
Displaced Harley-Davidson IT workers offered jobs
Harley-Davidson Inc. has cut 125 information technology positions as it realigns the division, but the displaced workers have an opportunity to land new jobs with Harley or a company it has hired to handle IT services, a Harley spokesperson said ...
Harley outsources some IT services to Infosys  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Infosys to Hire in US  Wall Street Journal
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Harley Dyna Switchback ideal for cruising Fraser Canyon
Also along for the ride, literally, was Jeff Pennock, creator of www.vridetv.com, whose website offers visitors a virtual experience of Canada from a motorcyclist's perspective.
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'My two-wheel therapy'
The makers of bikes and gear are reaching out to women like never before through special events and marketing campaigns that include Harley-Davidson's No Doubts. No Cages. program. Women no longer have to endure jackets, gloves and helmets ...