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Dell Confirms Plan to Go Private in $24.4 Billion Buyout Deal

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Michael Dell, the founder of the computing and technology company that bears his name, confirmed today that he intended to buy it back from shareholders. In a deal announced this morning, Dell and Silver Lake Partners will buy out the company’s existing shareholders in a transaction worth $24.4 billion. The...
Dell Confirms Plan to Go Private in $24.4 Billion Buyout Deal

Meet The Early Favorites To Take Over Intel, A $100 Billion Company (INTC)

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Nov. 20 (Bloomberg) -- Intel Corp., seeking a replacement for departing Chief Executive Officer Paul Otellini, needs a candidate with credentials internal contenders lack: a record of success in the market for mobile-device semiconductors. The world's largest chipmaker said yesterday that it named Chief Operating Officer Brian Krzanich, Chief Financial...
Meet The Early Favorites To Take Over Intel, A $100 Billion Company (INTC)
RBC: Apple's iPad mini is coming this fall

RIM Halts Trading To Issue Business Update, Hires RBC And J.P. Morgan For “Strategic Review”

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Canadian smartphone manufacturer RIM has briefly ceased trading of their stock today in order to issue a “business update” from CEO Thorsten Heins to their stockholders. Though the release takes the time to outline some of the company’s recent personnel changes, Heins also points out that the company has enlisted...
RIM Halts Trading To Issue Business Update, Hires RBC And J.P. Morgan For “Strategic Review”
Dell Gets Thin With Wyse Technology Buy

RBC cuts March estimates, sees Apple's momentum returning in the second half of 2013

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RBC Capital Markets on Friday cut its estimates for Apple's just-concluded March quarter, citing apparent weakened demand, but the firm also believes that the iPhone maker could pick up steam in the second half of the year.    ...
RBC cuts March estimates, sees Apple's momentum returning in the second half of 2013

Battle for Dell risks customer confidence, analysts say

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With Michael Dell still battling to get his US$24.4 billion buyout deal approved by shareholders, his company needs to avoid a long, drawn-out battle that could erode customer confidence, analysts say. Dell recently released details about counteroffers to the proposed purchase by Michael Dell and equity investor Silver Lake,...
Battle for Dell risks customer confidence, analysts say
Next-gen iPad mini with Retina display reportedly nearing production

Intel inside the iPad? Maybe, if it builds iPhone chips, RBC says

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RBC Capital Markets today says Intel may be willing to build Apple's ARM-based chips for smartphones if Apple uses Intel chips in a device such as the iPad. An industry source tells CNET that the two companies have been talking on-and-off for the past couple years about a foundry relationship....
Intel inside the iPad? Maybe, if it builds iPhone chips, RBC says
RIM faces Q1 loss, shares halted as future is murky
Facebook prices IPO at $38, valuation set at $104 billion
New MacBooks coming in June, next-gen iPhone launching this fall according to report

Apple's Lower-Cost iPhone to Lack Retina Display?

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RBC Capital Markets analyst Amit Daryanani has released a new research report today citing supply chain checks as the basis for predicting a June or July launch for both the iPhone 5S and a lower-cost iPhone, in line with other recent reports. Daryanani says, however, that the lower-cost iPhone appears...
Apple's Lower-Cost iPhone to Lack Retina Display?

Analysts See Turnaround Underway at HP, Stay Positive

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When Hewlett-Packard disclosed yesterday that it will take a combined $9 billion and change in restructuring charges and writedowns in its services unit, it triggered what will be the biggest single quarter loss in the company’s history: A loss of about $9 billion on a GAAP basis. The good news...
Analysts See Turnaround Underway at HP, Stay Positive
HP Could Cut 25,000 Jobs Next Week

Intel appoints Brian Krzanich as new chief executive

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Chief operating officer replaces Paul Otellini as world's largest chip-maker tries to navigate market where PC sales are downIntel said Thursday that it has chosen its chief operating officer, Brian Krzanich, as its new CEO. He will steer the world's largest chip-maker in a world where PC sales are cratering...
Intel appoints Brian Krzanich as new chief executive

Brightcove’s IPO: What you need to know

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Online video platform provider Brightcove amended its SEC filing today to go public; the company is expected to raise just shy of $60 million, selling 5 million shares for $10 to $12 a piece. Brightcove originally filed its S-1 with the Security and Exchanges Commission in August of last year, but...
Brightcove’s IPO: What you need to know

Apple to launch 'low-end iPhone' without Retina in 2013 -- report

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That's the claim from Amit Daryanani of RBC Capital Markets, who says the device will have a 4-inch display, but come with plastic casing. [Read more]...
Apple to launch 'low-end iPhone' without Retina in 2013 -- report
Analysts dub HP the 'comeback kid' despite imminent $9 billion quarterly loss

iPad Sales Outpace the Mac

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Apple wasn’t kidding around when it said it was going to become a mobile device company first and foremost. According to at least one analyst estimate, the iPad is now outselling the Mac by a fair margin, having almost caught up to its lucrative cousin, the iPhone. RBC Capital Markets...
iPad Sales Outpace the Mac

Report: Initial iPad demand greater than iPhone's

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Filed under: Apple Corporate, Retail, iPadIt's hard to forget the near mania that preceded the iPhone's US launch. New Yorkers began lining up to buy one four days in advance. David Pogue wrote a song about it. Things got out of hand. Now, according to RBC Capital Markets' Mike Abramsky,...
Report: Initial iPad demand greater than iPhone's

"There is a major new marketing war going on between Priceline and Expedia, and Google is the..."

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"There is a major new marketing war going on between Priceline and Expedia, and Google is the beneficiary." - Mark Mahaney, an analyst at RBC Capital Markets, speaking to Bloomberg. The crazy stat: Based on his estimate, Priceline spent about $1.14 billion with Google in 2012, accounting for 2.6 percent...
"There is a major new marketing war going on between Priceline and Expedia, and Google is the..."

Which carrier sold the most iPhones last quarter?

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New numbers tell the tale. FORTUNE -- Apple (AAPL) may be announcing its latest quarterly earnings tomorrow, but that hasn't stopped a slew of analysts from weighing in already--every which way. The latest? Carrier sales. This morning, Verizon (VZ) topped some estimates and announced it had sold 6.2 million iPhones...
Which carrier sold the most iPhones last quarter?

Engadget Podcast 296 - 06.01.2012

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The Engadget Podcasters are doubling down on tech talk this week, filling the empty shelves of your patent office with news you can use about the hottest cloud- and hard drive-based operating systems released this week. The jock from That 70's Show also gets more than his fair share...
Engadget Podcast 296 - 06.01.2012

RIM warns of loss for Q1, hires JP Morgan and RBC Capital Markets to help with strategic review

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RIM announced last quarter that it would no longer be providing its traditional financial guidance for upcoming quarters, but CEO Thorsten Heins has nonetheless seen fit to deliver a "business update" today that offers some indication of what it's store for the company. The headline is that it's unsurprisingly...
RIM warns of loss for Q1, hires JP Morgan and RBC Capital Markets to help with strategic review

RBC expects new MacBooks in late Q2, next-gen iPhone in Sept., Oct.

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RBC Capital Markets expressed belief on Tuesday that Apple will revamp its MacBook portables later this quarter and release a new iPhone in September or October....
RBC expects new MacBooks in late Q2, next-gen iPhone in Sept., Oct.
Getty Images acquired in huge $3.3B buyout

RIM hires JP Morgan and RBC to advise as its business erodes, could mean a sale

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Research in Motion, Inc. has hired on JP Morgan and the Royal Bank of Canada to assist it with a strategic review of its business, reports CNBC. This could result in a heavy restructuring of the company or even a sale. To further enhance our commitment to successfully completing our...
RIM hires JP Morgan and RBC to advise as its business erodes, could mean a sale
Apple may be prepping mobile payment service featuring AuthenTec security

BlackBerry CEO Hints Research In Motion May Be Up For Sale

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Research In Motion is a company in transition. It is going from a global powerhouse smartphone maker to a struggling equipment manufacturer with too much company bloat, an aging operating system and declining user base. In a letter to investors today, CEO Thorsten Heins acknowledged that RIM had contacted bankers...
BlackBerry CEO Hints Research In Motion May Be Up For Sale
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