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Yahoo's Shareholder Meeting, Inbox Therapy and More: ATD's Week in Video

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Another week in tech has come and gone, and AllThingsD staffers made the rounds on the media circuit to weigh in on everything that went down. First up was Arik Hesseldahl, who commented on Yahoo’s latest in a CNBC video hit, including Marissa Mayer’s performance at the company shareholder meeting...
Yahoo's Shareholder Meeting, Inbox Therapy and More: ATD's Week in Video
Analyst Estimates On iPhone 5 Launch Weekend Sales Range From 3M-10M

Morgan Stanley's Twitter Feed Is A Wall Street Game Changer

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Twitter is rapidly becoming Wall Street's favorite source of breaking news and first analysis.  Bloomberg's Tom Keene recently had this to say about the "Twitter Vigilantes": "The Internet-first crew pummeled Main Stream Media with immediate paragraphs of perspective, then delivered substantial and smart articles as MSM issued tentative first reporting."...
Morgan Stanley's Twitter Feed Is A Wall Street Game Changer

CHART OF THE DAY: Half Of The American Public Thinks Facebook Is A Passing Fad

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Despite the fact that Facebook has 900 million users, most people think it's a passing fad. CNBC and the AP surveyed 1,003 Americans about Facebook and found 46% think it will fade away. Amusingly, only 31% of the people surveyed think it's a bad investment. Follow the Chart Of The...
CHART OF THE DAY: Half Of The American Public Thinks Facebook Is A Passing Fad

What web is saying: the Facebook IPO

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Feeling overwhelmed with all the Facebook chatter. Is all this talk of the IPO making you yearn for the weekend already. Well, we are going to make life a little easier for you – find you best stuff for you to read. Keep checking often – and remember: the newest...
What web is saying: the Facebook IPO

Gidsy on Berlin Tech and How to Get Ashton’s Attention

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Mr. Dekker in The Maker's Loft. (Silicon Allee) Wilkommen! This is part two of Betabeat's new mini-series, Die Startup-Szene, a peek at the up-and-coming tech hub of Berlin, Germany. We sat down with entrepreneurs from three leading young companies here in the city that is only very, very occasionally referred to as Silicon Allee....
Gidsy on Berlin Tech and How to Get Ashton’s Attention
SPOTTED: Mark Zuckerberg Shows Up For His Big IPO Roadshow In His Hoodie

Apple and those LOL numbers

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Now even the New York Times is misusing the “law of large numbers” Jacob Bernoulli We can forgive the talking heads on CNBC for blathering on about mathematical “laws” of which they are totally ignorant. What do they know? But when James B. Stewart, a Pulitzer-prize winning professor of business...
Apple and those LOL numbers
Does anyone care what Ed Zabitsky says about Apple?

Morgan Stanley now loaning shares of Facebook to short sellers

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Morgan Stanley is now lending shares of Facebook to short sellers, CNBC has recently reported. Morgan Stanley was the offering’s lead underwriter. On the day of Facebook’s IPO, its underwriting banks had to purchase the stock at several intervals to keep it from declining past its launch price. Short selling...
Morgan Stanley now loaning shares of Facebook to short sellers

Will IBM and Google keep the tech rally going?

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more about "CNBC IBM Google", posted with vodpod On The Kudlow Report on CNBC, Jon Fortt discusses whether the tech rally still has legs....
Will IBM and Google keep the tech rally going?
Dylan's Desk: It's do or die time for Microsoft

CRAMER: I Think Facebook's May Numbers Were Really Bad (FB)

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Somewhat lost in all the hoopla over Facebook's secret change in guidance is that fact that it needed to change guidance. In a rather somber video at TheStreet.com, influential CNBC host Jim Cramer said of the whole debacle: "I think the numbers were really bad in May for Facebook. I...
CRAMER: I Think Facebook's May Numbers Were Really Bad (FB)

Warren Buffett: Yahoo has a trust problem

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Warren Buffett weighed in on Yahoo’s embattled chief executive Scott Thompson on Monday , saying that the company has to deal with its trust issue. “[If] you can't trust the people you're working with, you've got a problem,” Buffett said in an interview with CNBC’s Becky Quick. Read full article...
Warren Buffett: Yahoo has a trust problem

Facebook IPO reportedly kicked off with secret meeting

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Facebook’s initial public offering is one of the most anticipated events on Wall Street this year. As Kayla Tausche from CNBC reports, a secret meeting Tuesday may have gotten the ball rolling on the social network’s trading debut. Read full article >>...
Facebook IPO reportedly kicked off with secret meeting

Sean Parker says Facebook IPO could be ‘the largest offering in history’ [video]

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Former President of Facebook, Sean Parker, did an interview with CNBC today in which he discussed Facebook’s “inevitable” IPO and applauded Mark Zuckerberg for keeping the company private for as long as he has. While Parker didn’t provide any insight as to when the public offering would be made or...
Sean Parker says Facebook IPO could be ‘the largest offering in history’ [video]

Billionaires Really Are Smarter Than The Rest Of Us, Researcher Finds

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It's common knowledge that success is two-parts hard work and one-part luck. But what about smarts? Are the world's richest people really the most intelligent people around? Pretty much, yes, according to new research by Duke University's Jonathan Wai, sent to Business Insider and first reported by CNBC's Robert Frank....
Billionaires Really Are Smarter Than The Rest Of Us, Researcher Finds
Nasdaq fined $10M by SEC for breaking rules in Facebook IPO

Apple value falls below $400bn, as Warren Buffett says 'ignore critics'

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Tech company's stock price hit all-time high in September with $705.07 per share, but stocks now at 52-week lowApple's value fell below $400bn for the first time in a year on Monday, as the prominent investor Warren Buffett said the company should ignore its critics and stick to running its...
Apple value falls below $400bn, as Warren Buffett says 'ignore critics'

Someone's Very Good Reputation Is Going To Go Up In Flames Over This Disagreement Between Apple Experts (AAPL)

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Is there going to be an Apple TV set? Former Apple product boss and could-have-been CEO Jean-Louis Gassée could not be more firm in his answer: "I simply don't believe Apple will make, or even wants to make, a TV set." Meanwhile, Apple analyst Gene Munster just went on CNBC to say...
Someone's Very Good Reputation Is Going To Go Up In Flames Over This Disagreement Between Apple Experts (AAPL)

Guy Who Claimed He Owned Half Of Facebook Arrested By The FBI

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CNBC is reporting Paul Ceglia has been arrested by federal agents.  Ceglia, who claims he owns at least half of Facebook, was also arrested in 2009 on four charges of grand larceny after authorities claimed he and his wife failed to deliver wood pellets on time. This is a developing...
Guy Who Claimed He Owned Half Of Facebook Arrested By The FBI

Dow plunges 1,000 points, possibly due to PEBCAK

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Stocks in the US were down 1,000 points earlier today. Initial reports blamed the plunge on fears over debt in Greece, but CNBC is now reporting that the dramatic drop may have been caused by user error. "According to multiple sources, a trader entered a b for billion instead of...
Dow plunges 1,000 points, possibly due to PEBCAK

We're Seeing Reports That Adobe's CTO Has A New Job At Apple (AAPL)

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Kevin Lynch, Adobe's CTO, reportedly has a new job at Apple.  CNBC's Jon Fortt just tweeted the news, citing sources familiar with the move.  We're scrambling to find out more and we've reached out to Apple for comment...refresh this page for the latest. Please follow SAI on Twitter and Facebook.Join...
We're Seeing Reports That Adobe's CTO Has A New Job At Apple (AAPL)

Facebook's CFO Is Meeting With Investors To Tell Them How He's Going To Get The Stock Back To $38 (FB)

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Aug. 10 (Bloomberg) -- Facebook Inc. Chief Financial Officer David Ebersman is meeting with investors in New York today, a person familiar with the matter said, days before the lifting of a ban on stock sales by some of the company's biggest shareholders. Goldman Sachs Group Inc., Microsoft Corp. and...
Facebook's CFO Is Meeting With Investors To Tell Them How He's Going To Get The Stock Back To $38 (FB)

ANDREESSEN: Sending Our Gadget-Making Jobs To China Is Good For Us (AAPL, GOOG)

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Marc Andreessen, who cofounded Netscape and is now betting billions of dollars on Silicon Valley startups, says we should all stop kvetching about sending gadget-manufacturing jobs to China. In the CNBC clip we've embedded below, Andreessen says: I'm a believer in a positive-sum conception of the economy. I'm a...
ANDREESSEN: Sending Our Gadget-Making Jobs To China Is Good For Us (AAPL, GOOG)

Who’s Making FarmVille and Mafia Wars So Profitable? - CNBC

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Who’s Making FarmVille and Mafia Wars So Profitable? - CNBC

Apple loses $34.9 billion in market cap in its worst trading day in 4 years, but why?

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Gene Munster has a target of $900 for Apple’s stock, which is a touch awkward today as the company shed 6.43% of its value, to settle at a valuation of a mere $508 billion. It’s almost below the half trillion mark, which would place it in company with a wealth...
Apple loses $34.9 billion in market cap in its worst trading day in 4 years, but why?

Zuck’s So Busy Buying Billion $ Companies, Facebook May Delay IPO. And That’s Good.

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Would you prefer a CEO who’s in the trenches making their company worth more, or one who sings and dances for potential investors? In Facebook’s case, having Mark Zuckerberg remain the visionary rather than become a celebrity salesman will be crucial to the company staying on top. Zuckerberg’s steered Facebook around...
Zuck’s So Busy Buying Billion $ Companies, Facebook May Delay IPO. And That’s Good.

London Stock Exchange paves way for more tech IPOs with draft rule book for new High Growth Segment

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The London Stock Exchange has published a draft rulebook for the High Growth Segment, the Main Market segment for high growth companies. We heard last year that the UK government was considering the possibility of relaxing rules for high-growth companies on the LSE. David Willetts, the MInister of State for...
London Stock Exchange paves way for more tech IPOs with draft rule book for new High Growth Segment

Making the Switch Making the Switch

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I was a big Clinton and Gore supporter in the 90s …I turned 40 last year and so I figured it was time to make the switch. – Marc Andreessen, on CNBC, talking about his support for Mitt Romney...
Making the Switch Making the Switch
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