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Shutterfly Bids for Kodak's Online Photo Services Business

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Eastman Kodak, which filed for bankruptcy protection in January, has entered into an agreement with Shutterfly for the sale of certain assets of its online photo......
Shutterfly Bids for Kodak's Online Photo Services Business

Amazon faces new questions over tax

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Exclusive: Guardian investigation shows key role of British-based staff in pushing tax rulebook to its limitsMPs are ready to haul Amazon back to parliament to answer new questions about its tax status in Britain after a Guardian investigation's findings suggest the online retailer is pushing the tax rulebook to its...
Amazon faces new questions over tax

HP's Stock Is Getting Smashed After An Analyst Points Out Its PC Business Could Be In Trouble (HPQ, DELL)

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Hewlett Packard shares dropped to below $20 today, a new five-year low for the beleaguered company. Jefferies & Co.’s Peter Misek helped this slide along. He  lowering estimates for HP, and Dell. He predicts soft PC demand, unspectacular sales of new Windows 8 PCs and a punch in the gut...
HP's Stock Is Getting Smashed After An Analyst Points Out Its PC Business Could Be In Trouble (HPQ, DELL)

BlackBerry Z10 not seen as a success, BlackBerry's services business again called into question

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BlackBerry Z10 not seen as a success, BlackBerry's services business again called into question

Why Meg Whitman Is Glad To Be Out Of Politics (HPQ)

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Meg Whitman is a billionaire who loves politics. She doen't need a job, much less being CEO of Hewlett-Packard, a troubled, iconic Silicon Valley tech company. Anne Thompson of the Today Show asked Meg Whitman why she took on the CEO job at HP. "Because HP matters," Whitman said, adding that...
Why Meg Whitman Is Glad To Be Out Of Politics (HPQ)

The Happiest Companies In Tech

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CareerBliss has released its list of the ten happiest companies in tech. If you're on the hunt for a new tech job and want to surround yourself with shiny happy people, consider sending your resume to one of these workplaces.10. Advanced Micro Devices AMD is a major semiconductor company based...
The Happiest Companies In Tech
Nokia warns of slow Q1 financials, even with 2M Lumias sold

Shutterfly only bidder for Kodak Gallery accounts

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Online photo service Shutterfly has emerged as the only bidder for the customer accounts and images of Kodak Gallery online photo services business, the companies said Wednesday....
Shutterfly only bidder for Kodak Gallery accounts

IBM misses estimates, but sees potential in new 'growth initiatives'

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Computer maker IBM missed its estimates in the first quarter of 2013 with hardware sales slowing down. IBM reported revenues of $23.4 billion and net income of $3.4 billion, with earnings per share of $3.00. This falls short of the $24.6 billion analyst estimate from Bloomberg. Hardware revenues fell particularly...
IBM misses estimates, but sees potential in new 'growth initiatives'

On Its Way to Going Private, Dell Beats Street's Expectations

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In what may — or may not — turn out to be its final earnings report as a publicly held company, computing giant Dell just reported profits that beat the expectations of analysts. Dell reported earnings of 40 cents per share on sales of $14.3 billion, better than the consensus...
On Its Way to Going Private, Dell Beats Street's Expectations
Digia acquires Qt business and technologies from Nokia

Shutterfly Bids for Kodak's Online Photo Services Business

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Eastman Kodak, which filed for bankruptcy protection in January, has entered into an agreement with Shutterfly to sell some assets of its online photo services....
Shutterfly Bids for Kodak's Online Photo Services Business
Guess What? IBM's A Software Company Now!

HP better not together?

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Poor HP. For the past year, Hewlett-Packard’s slogan under CEO Meg Whitman has been “better together.” Now at least one Wall Street analyst is calling for HP to break itself apart, arguing that the parts are more valuable separately than as a whole and that it would be better off...
HP better not together?
PayPal’s pitch to small businesses is more than just a card reader

Ning’s Bubble Bursts: No More Free Networks, Cuts 40% Of Staff

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Shared by louisgray Ouch. I keep hearing that Ning has amazing numbers, but who uses these networks? Do you? One month after long-time Ning CEO Gina Bianchini was replaced by COO Jason Rosenthal, the company is making some major changes: It has just announced that it is killing off its...
Ning’s Bubble Bursts: No More Free Networks, Cuts 40% Of Staff
No. 1 U.S. job site Indeed.com acquired by Japan's Recruit Co.

Ning: Failures, Lessons and Six Alternatives

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Ning, the network of social networks that boasted 20 million visitors a month, is making massive staff cutbacks and has announced a complete end to free services for its users. Those who pay for premium services will be asked to pay more, and those who are getting their social...
Ning: Failures, Lessons and Six Alternatives
Nokia 'exceeded expectations' with estimated 4.4 million Lumia phones sold in fourth quarter

HP Boosts Its Q3 Guidance And Its Expected Restructuring Charge

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Hewlett-Packard just dropped a bit of a mixed bag of a press release. The headline is that it now expects its earnings in Q3 to be higher than what it previously gave. It had given a range of 94 to 97 per share as its expected quarterly profit. It now...
HP Boosts Its Q3 Guidance And Its Expected Restructuring Charge

IBM's Net Rises 7.1 Percent on Slight Revenue Growth

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International Business Machines Corp.’s IBM first-quarter earnings rose 7.1 percent as the technology heavyweight reported higher revenue from its software and services business and improved margins, though hardware sales slipped. The company also raised its full-year earnings projection. IBM has consistently moved to higher-margin businesses and away from crowded fields...
IBM's Net Rises 7.1 Percent on Slight Revenue Growth

Microsoft reports first public loss after charge for aQuantive writedown

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Company posted its first quarterly loss as a public company as Google reports stronger than expected second quarter earningsMicrosoft reported its first ever quarterly loss as a public company as the software giant made accounting changes relating to a troubled online services business.The loss was triggered by a previously announced...
Microsoft reports first public loss after charge for aQuantive writedown

Facebook platform industry hires: Hearsay picks up industry vets; Offerpop grows; Spruce cuts account managers, designers

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Social sales and marketing platform company Hearsay Social today announced two high-profile hires: former Google executive Michael Lock as COO and Microsoft veteran Mark Gilbert as VP of Product. Lock spent eight years at Google building the company’s enterprise business. Before then, he worked for IBM and Oracle. Gilbert led various...
Facebook platform industry hires: Hearsay picks up industry vets; Offerpop grows; Spruce cuts account managers, designers
Pivot Patrol: YC Alum SwipeGood Is Now Elastic, A Sales-As-A-Service Platform For Tech Startups

EXCLUSIVE: Here's How Meg Whitman Told Employees About Her Latest Management Change (HPQ)

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HP employees tell us they were shocked to get an email from Meg Whitman this morning. It said HP has hired yet another outsider—George Kadifa of Silver Lake Partners—for a leadership role at HP. Why the surprise? Whitman had told employees that HP needs to find leaders from the inside,...
EXCLUSIVE: Here's How Meg Whitman Told Employees About Her Latest Management Change (HPQ)

Microsoft Will Take $6 Billion Write-down for Online Services Division

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Microsoft will take a US$6.2 billion goodwill charge this quarter to recognize that its online services business won't grow as quickly as it had forecast, the......
Microsoft Will Take $6 Billion Write-down for Online Services Division

It's Official: Yahoo Hires PayPal's Sam Shrauger to Head-Up New Consumer Division

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A Yahoo spokeswoman has confirmed that Sam Shrauger, a former PayPal executive, has joined the company to co-lead the new consumer commerce business unit. Last week, we reported that Shrauger had quietly left eBay’s payments business after heading up product for eight years, and was headed to Yahoo to join...
It's Official: Yahoo Hires PayPal's Sam Shrauger to Head-Up New Consumer Division
How SFR's 'Chocolate Factory' produced a cloud service business in four months

Nokia lowers Q1 2012 outlook despite ‘early momentum with Lumia’

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Finnish mobile phone maker Nokia this morning announced that it has lowered its first-quarter 2012 outlook for the key Devices & Services unit. Press release is below, we’re digging through it and updating this post. Difficult financial performance reflects company in transition Positive early momentum in Lumia smartphone strategy Nokia...
Nokia lowers Q1 2012 outlook despite ‘early momentum with Lumia’

Adobe to Acquire Behance in Bid to Boost Online Business

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Adobe Systems Inc. has agreed to acquire privately held social media platform Behance as it seeks to enhance its online creative services business. No terms were given for the deal. “Behance will play a key role in Adobe’s efforts to serve the creative world in the years to come and...
Adobe to Acquire Behance in Bid to Boost Online Business
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