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Delayed 2012 iMacs may not be delayed after all

What would a New York Times for the youngs look like?

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The New York Times is testing some kind of “entry-level” product aimed at a younger, more Internet-y audience, new CEO Mark Thompson said in the company’s earnings call Thursday. Forbes’ Jeff Bercovici followed up, and an unidentified source tells him that NYT Junior — which is seriously going to need...
What would a New York Times for the youngs look like?

Sprint Deal to Weigh on Softbank Earnings

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Japan's Softbank said its $20.1 billion deal to buy 70% of Sprint Nextel will hurt earnings in the upcoming fiscal year before adding to profits two years down the road....
Sprint Deal to Weigh on Softbank Earnings

Wall Street is betting that Apple's earnings will shrink 4%

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That's a dumb bet, says Katy Huberty, given 14% growth in the markets Apple Inc. serves FORTUNE -- The chart at right, posted before Apple's (AAPL) shares lost another $12 (2.5%) Tuesday, comes out of Morgan Stanley's "What's in the Price?" stock analyzer. It suggests that at Monday's $480 a...
Wall Street is betting that Apple's earnings will shrink 4%

Mr. AAPL's Wild Ride

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Mr. AAPL's Wild Ride: Chris O'Brien of The L.A. Times look at Apple's recent stock volatility. Talking to Howard Silverblatt, a senior index analyst for S&P Dow Jones Indices: Silverblatt said the only company that has come close to having such a strong influence on the broader stock markets since...
Mr. AAPL's Wild Ride

Salesforce.com Q3 Loss Widens Amid Tax Impacts, Higher Costs

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Salesforce.com Inc.’s fiscal third-quarter loss widened as the Web-based business software company was hurt by tax-valuation allowance-related charges and higher costs. For the year, Salesforce again raised its per-share adjusted earnings estimate to $1.50 to $1.52 on revenue of $3.04 billion to $3.05 billion, from its increased August estimate of...
Salesforce.com Q3 Loss Widens Amid Tax Impacts, Higher Costs

Facebook prompts users to buy their Valentine a gift, offers limited-time $1 gifts

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Facebook is promoting its Gifts product at the top of News Feed today, encouraging users to buy their friends or significant other a real gift through its service. The social network also tested a number of $1 gifts for users to send as Valentines. Users who are listed in a...
Facebook prompts users to buy their Valentine a gift, offers limited-time $1 gifts
Zillow's Marketplace revenue nearly doubles in a strong Q4
Marissa Mayer Thinks Yahoo's Hold Music Is 'Garbage' (YHOO)
Netflix adds 2 million more subscribers, turns surprise profit

Zuck: Facebook Will Grow Headcount Quickly In 2013 To Develop Future Money-Making Products

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On Facebook’s earnings call today, CEO Mark Zuckerberg made a strong statement about the company’s further investment in product development, especially those products that are making money for the company. He said on the call: Facebook will grow headcount quickly in 2013 in product development. This will come at the...
Zuck: Facebook Will Grow Headcount Quickly In 2013 To Develop Future Money-Making Products
Lumia smartphones see deep discounts from Verizon, T-Mobile and Amazon

You're hedging. When you say nightmare, how do you define that? If not by sales (40M > Win 7), is it by app counts, by profits, or something else? Essentially, a year from now, what is your criteria that validates said nightmare?

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Okay, fine: We'll continue to hear talk of disappointing internal numbers. The continued dominance of other tablets. Businesses bitching about the software. General consumer apathy. The continued decline of the PC market. More talk of the "Blue" project to try to course-correct. Earnings misses. Stock continues to stagnate or drops....
You're hedging. When you say nightmare, how do you define that? If not by sales (40M > Win 7), is it by app counts, by profits, or something else? Essentially, a year from now, what is your criteria that validates said nightmare?

Google Continues Motorola Restructure, Drops 1K Employees And Divides Staff Into "Home" And "Mobile" Ahead of Sale

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Google unveiled its Q4 2012 earnings today, and among the numbers were its customary look at employee headcounts for the quarter, and that number tells the tale of a conntinued reorganization of the Motorola business it acquired last year. Overall Google’s full-time headcount went up, with 53,861 staff overall vs....
Google Continues Motorola Restructure, Drops 1K Employees And Divides Staff Into "Home" And "Mobile" Ahead of Sale

Vivendi Beats Full-Year Earnings Target

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The French company's results were helped by sales of video games and a smaller-than-expected drop in profit at its French mobile unit SFR....
Vivendi Beats Full-Year Earnings Target

Sina Q4 Sales Beat Street Despite Ad Market Concerns

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Feb 19 (Reuters) - Sina Corp posted better-than-expected fourth-quarter revenue and profit amid concerns about the slowing growth of Chinese online advertising. Shares in the company, which runs China's largest online portal and the Twitter-like "Weibo" microblogging platform, climbed 6 percent to $56.50 after-hours. They have fallen 13.4 percent since...
Sina Q4 Sales Beat Street Despite Ad Market Concerns
Shipping times for 21.5-inch iMacs slip to 2-3 weeks from 7-10 business days

NYT: Barnes & Noble may be moving away from Nook hardware

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Barnes & Noble's hardware division hasn't exactly been glowing recently, and if one New York Times source is to be believed, it'll take more than cute (and charitable) rhymes to keep investors happy. According to the NYT source, company executives want to shift from making Barnes & Noble branded...
NYT: Barnes & Noble may be moving away from Nook hardware

Why Facebook Is Sending Its People to Mobile Coding Camp (And Not Just Engineers)

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Do me a favor — listen to Facebook’s next earnings call and count the number of times CEO Mark Zuckerberg says the word “mobile.” If you played it as a drinking game, you’d be blotto before CFO David Ebersman even got on the line. That’s no mistake (obviously). It’s the...
Why Facebook Is Sending Its People to Mobile Coding Camp (And Not Just Engineers)

Is Amazon.com a silent titan of the online ad industry?

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When discussing web advertising, Google and Facebook come to mind easily. But given new estimates, Amazon may be rising to join their ranks. According to a report released today by eMarketer, Amazon earned almost $610 million last year in ad revenue, and that number is expected to keep rising over...
Is Amazon.com a silent titan of the online ad industry?

Taking Online Payments Mainstream [Sponsored Post]

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The first time I got a check for mowing the neighbor's lawn, I was faced with a vexing problem. "What should I do with this slip of paper that I can't directly take to the store?" What an inconvenience to have to go the bank and deposit the check...
Taking Online Payments Mainstream [Sponsored Post]

Apple Earnings! (AAPL)

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Hi there! We're hours away from Apple's earnings, but when they hit this page will take you to the results as soon as possible. In the meanwhile, here's a quick look at what everyone is expecting, via Piper Jaffray's Gene Munster: Revenue: $54.58 billion EPS: $13.34 Gross Margin: 39.5% iPhone:...
Apple Earnings! (AAPL)
Tesla Shares Are Going Bonkers Again (TSLA)

Apple's New iMac Isn't Delayed, But it is Supply Constrained

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Rumors that Apple’s newly redesigned iMacs have been delayed until 2013 are just that. Sources close to Apple tell AllThingsD that the machines will begin shipping later this year as planned. The 21.5-inch iMac will debut before the end of this month, with its 27-inch sibling arriving in December. “The...
Apple's New iMac Isn't Delayed, But it is Supply Constrained

Groupon Streamlines Its Food Operations: Mike DeLuca Now VP Of Savored As Well As Breadcrumb

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Groupon got put through the meat-grinder last week as founder and CEO Andrew Mason defended himself and managed to hold onto his role after another terrible earnings quarter. Now Groupon is getting down to the business of streamlining: Mike DeLuca, the VP of sales for Groupon’s restaurant reservation system Savored (just...
Groupon Streamlines Its Food Operations: Mike DeLuca Now VP Of Savored As Well As Breadcrumb

Wall Street is from Mars, Silicon Valley is from Venus

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The widely varied reaction to Apple's earnings this week exemplify the divide between Silicon Valley and Wall Street. [Read more]...
Wall Street is from Mars, Silicon Valley is from Venus

EMarketer: Google Takes Back Top Spot In 2012, Out-Selling Facebook In Digital Display Ads

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Google took the lead in US digital display ad revenue last year, earning $2.26 billion. After coming in second to Facebook in 2011, Google outsold their top competitor in 2012, selling $80 million more than Facebook’s $2.18 billion. In last week’s digital display ad earnings report,... Please visit Marketing Land...
EMarketer: Google Takes Back Top Spot In 2012, Out-Selling Facebook In Digital Display Ads

Intel annual results beat estimates with $11 billion profit

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Intel has reported its quarterly and annual earnings, posting decreases year-over-year in most aspects, but still beating analyst's estimates. The company states full-year revenue of $53.3 billion, operating income of $14.6 billion, with a net income of $11.0 billion. Intel generated approximately $18.9 billion in cash from operations, paid dividends...
Intel annual results beat estimates with $11 billion profit

Apple profits in Greater China jump 66% year-over-year to $6.8B, 26% quarter-over-quarter in Q1 2013

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Apple continues to show growth in China, reporting $6.8 billion in revenue in Q1 2013, a 66 percent growth year-over-year and 26 percent growth quarter-over-quarter. “It’s clear that China is our second largest region from data that we’ve given you, and it’s clear that there’s potential there,” CEO Tim Cook...
Apple profits in Greater China jump 66% year-over-year to $6.8B, 26% quarter-over-quarter in Q1 2013

Logitech gambled big on video conferencing, lost

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Logitech's PR machine is on the loose this morning, trying to dampen expectations before the company announces its quarterly financial results later in the day. The key message is that we shouldn't expect any great shakes from the video conferencing side of the business. In fact, there'll be a...
Logitech gambled big on video conferencing, lost
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