United Rentals, Inc.(NYSE:URI)declared the further expansion of its specialty branch network with the addition of eight U.S. locations and two in Canada:

  • The United Rentals Pump Solutions branches in Atlanta, Ga., Carlsbad, N.M., Elmwood Park, N.J., Hayward, Calif., Saskatoon, Sask., and Prince George, B.C., will provide fluid transfer solutions for industrial and commercial applications ranging from high volume and high pressure pumps to small, portable units, counting custom fabrication.
  • The United Rentals Tool Solutions branches in Charlotte, N.C., and Ridgefield Park, N.J., will provide temporary and long-term onsite tool administration, counting inventory tracking, inspections and maintenance.
  • The United Rentals Power & HVAC branch in Amarillo, Texas, will provide engineered power, heating, cooling and ventilation solutions for commercial, industrial and governmental customers, and disaster recovery services.

United Rentals, Inc.(NYSE:URI) started its trading session with the price of $ 88.12 and closed at $ 87.62 by scoring + 0.42% and traded with total volume of 1.81M shares, while the average trading remained 2.41M shares. During last trade its minimum price was $ 87.50 and it gained the highest price of $ 88.60. Its market capitalization was $ 8.46B.

Babcock & Wilcox Co(NYSE:BWC)declared the grand opening of the Solid Waste Authority (SWA) of Palm Beach County’s advanced waste-to-energy facility, the Palm Beach Renewable Energy Facility 2 (PBREF2).

The facility, owned by the SWA and located in West Palm Beach, Fla., was designed, manufactured and constructed by a consortium of Babcock & Wilcox Power Generation Group, Inc. (B&W PGG) and KBR, Inc. It is the cleanest and most-advanced power plant of its kind in North America. The SWA and the consortium celebrated the facility’s grand opening with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Saturday, June 27.

B&W PGG designed and manufactured the plant’s three mass-burn, waste-to-energy boilers, capable of generating up to 95 megawatts of electricity, and its environmental control system. The plant features DynaGrate® air-cooled and water-cooled combustion grates designed by B&W Vølund and will be operated under a 20 year agreement by B&W PGG’s partner, Palm Beach Resource Recovery Corporation, which has operated the adjacent PBREF 1 since 1989.

Babcock & Wilcox Co(NYSE:BWC) showing jumped of 0.37 % and closed at $32.80, after gaining total volume of 1.81M shares. Its opening price was $32.80. Its earnings per share(EPS) is $33.06 and its beta value stands at 0.82 points and has total market capitalization of $3.50B and a total of 106.99M outstanding shares.

Darden Restaurants, Inc.(NYSE:DRI)owns and operates full service restaurants in the United States and Canada. It operates restaurants under the Olive Garden, LongHorn Steakhouse, Bahama Breeze, Seasons 52, The Capital Grille, Eddie V’s, and Yard House brand names. As of June 23, 2015, it owned and operated about 1,500 restaurants. The company was founded in 1968 and is headquartered in Orlando, Florida.

Darden Restaurants, Inc.(NYSE:DRI) reported the plunge of -0.17 % and closed at $71.08, with the total traded volume of 1.81M shares and opening price was $71.94. During last trade its minimum price was $70.82 and it gained its highest price of $72.00 and has a total of 125.79M outstanding shares and its total market capitalization is $8.96B.

Synopsys, Inc.(NASDAQ:SNPS)expanded its Virtualizer™ Development Kit (VDK) portfolio for Renesas’ RH850 MCU with a virtual prototype for the new RH850/P1x series targeting chassis electronic control units (ECUs). The latest virtual prototype builds upon the existing VDK for Renesas RH850 MCUs, which comprises support for the F1x, E1x and C1x series MCUs. The Synopsys VDK for Renesas’ RH850/P1x is a software development kit that uses a virtual prototype as a target to enable automotive engineers to start software development, integration and test months before physical hardware and test benches are accessible, resulting in higher product quality and reduced development cost. The Renesas RH850/P1x virtual prototype was developed through the Center of Excellence partnership between Renesas and Synopsys, which uses joint engineering teams to develop models and VDKs optimized for Renesas RH850 MCUs.

Synopsys, Inc.(NASDAQ:SNPS) reported the surge of 1.50 %, after closing price for the day was $50.65 and opening at the price of $51.00. Its total trading volume for the day was 1.80M shares, versus its average volume of 792,502.00 shares. Its earnings per share are $1.58.