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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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Monster Motorcycle a big hit at charity fundraising events
Turns out the Monster Motor-cycle is a 1997 Harley-Davidson softail and its sole purpose is to get attention. The bike is used at community events like fund-raisers and parades to draw people in and help raise money.
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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