ReadWriteWeb DeathWatch: Sony

ReadWriteWeb DeathWatch: Sony

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New Sony has posted losses for four consecutive years, and the company has lost its leadership position in just about every market it used to dominate. Can Sony’s new rock star CEO refocus the company before Apple, Microsoft and Samsung devour everything it has left? The Basics Remember the Walkman? The...
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ReadWriteWeb DeathWatch: Barnes & Noble

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Barnes & Noble remains a big player in a growing industry, and until Google changed everything this week, it made fantastic hardware for the money. But as with Nokia, a changing market and financial problems are driving a proud Number Two into a subordinate role that threatens to choke it out...
ReadWriteWeb DeathWatch: Barnes & Noble

ReadWriteWeb DeathWatch: Nokia

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Like RIM before it, this week's DeathWatch victim is another looming casualty in the smartphone race. But despite its fall from grace, Nokia still has friends in high places. If CEO Stephen Elop can reorganize the company's business fast enough and catch some lucky breaks from best-buddy Microsoft, it...
ReadWriteWeb DeathWatch: Nokia

ReadWriteWeb DeathWatch: Hewlett Packard

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For the second installment of ReadWriteWeb’s new DeathWatch series, we cast a beady eye on Hewlett Packard. Let’s be clear: Unlike our first DeathWatch victim, HP is not about to go out of business anytime soon. But momentous market changes - not to mention an epic series of fumbles,...
ReadWriteWeb DeathWatch: Hewlett Packard

'RIP GOOD TIMES': Silicon Valley's Cuban Missile Crisis

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Not too long ago, I found myself sitting in the second row of a conference room, anxiously scribbling notes, at what is now known as the “RIP Good Times” presentation. The presentation has become a cultural touchstone of modern-era silicon valley. I am writing this post because I am of...
'RIP GOOD TIMES': Silicon Valley's Cuban Missile Crisis

"RIP Good Times": Silicon Valley's Cuban Missile Crisis

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Not too long ago, I found myself sitting in the second row of a conference room, anxiously scribbling notes, at what is now known as the “RIP Good Times” presentation. The presentation has become a cultural touchstone of modern-era silicon valley. I am writing this post because I am of...
"RIP Good Times": Silicon Valley's Cuban Missile Crisis
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TiVo co-founder, CTO Jim Barton resigns

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Co-founder of TiVo and CTO Jim Barton has long outlasted our deathwatch, but his time as an executive at the DVR maker quietly came to an end this week according to documents filed with the SEC. CEO Tom Rogers thanked Jim for his "commitment to innovation" in a statement, and...
TiVo co-founder, CTO Jim Barton resigns

Greylock Bats off Market Concerns, Calls Pandora an IPO Candidate [Video]

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Last week we invited Greylock’s David Sze and Reid Hoffman into the studio for a chat about the state of the venture market, with its odd mix of soaring valuations and horrible returns. As it turned out, these two might be the worst guys in Silicon Valley to ask. I...
Greylock Bats off Market Concerns, Calls Pandora an IPO Candidate [Video]
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