Strs Ohio reduced its position in HP Inc. (NYSE:HPQ) by 1.3% in the 1st quarter, according to the company in its most recent disclosure with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). The firm owned 766,688 shares of the computer maker;s stock after selling 10,357 shares during the quarter. Strs Ohio;s holdings in HP were worth $14,896,000 at the end of the most recent quarter. Other hedge funds have also recently modified their holdings of the company. Claybrook Capital LLC increased its position in HP by 367.8% in the fourth quarter. Claybrook Capital LLC now owns 1,235 shares of the computer maker 's stock worth $25,000 after purchasing an additional 971 shares during the period. Dubuque Bank #038; Trust Co. increased its position in HP by 1,760.0% in the first quarter. Dubuque Bank #038; Trust Co. now owns 1,302 shares of the computer maker 's stock worth $25,000 after purchasing an additional 1,232 shares during the period. Sontag Advisory LLC acquired a new stake in HP in the fourth quarter worth about $26,000. Gradient Investments LLC increased its position in HP by 331.6% in the first quarter. Gradient Investments LLC now owns 1,394 shares of the computer maker 's stock worth $27,000 after purchasing an additional 1,071 shares during the period. Finally, Athena Capital Advisors LLC acquired a new stake in HP in the fourth quarter worth about $29,000. 81.22% of the stock is owned by hedge funds and other institutional investors.
The new Families site, which debuted Thursday, comes amid worries by researchers, activists, and parents about children becoming addicted to their mobile devices. Apple shareholders Jana Partners and the California teacher pension group CalSTRS sent Apple a letter in January pressing the company to do more to address any negative consequences of children keeping their eyes glued to their electronics.The shareholders explained that the sooner Apple addresses the harmful aspects of excessive smartphone use, the more likely it would be able to boost its reputation as a company that s concerned about child welfare. Doing so, could enhance Apple s business and increase demand for its products, the shareholders wrote.