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MetroPCS urges investors to vote for latest T-Mobile deal

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The carrier is asking shareholders to approve the most recent offer from Deutsche Telekom to merge MetroPCs with T-Mobile. [Read more]...
MetroPCS urges investors to vote for latest T-Mobile deal
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Dell special committee slams new Icahn plan as incomplete

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Committee says activist investor's latest proposal lacks adequate financing and a remedy for the company and its shareholders if his proposal were to fail. [Read more]...
Dell special committee slams new Icahn plan as incomplete

MetroPCS shareholders approve T-Mobile merger

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MetroPCS shareholders approve T-Mobile merger
Clearwire stock jumps 8% on Dish's $5B offer

There Are Two Narratives on Hewlett-Packard's $8.8 Billion Loss, Which One Should You Believe?

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Lynch. (The Telegraph) In the hours since Hewlett-Packard stunned investors by announcing an $8.8 billion loss on its acquisition of Autonomy, competing narratives have emerged to describe just what went wrong. H-P spoke first, explaining that "accounting improprieties" and "outright misrepresentations" committed before it acquired the British search engine maker...
There Are Two Narratives on Hewlett-Packard's $8.8 Billion Loss, Which One Should You Believe?

10 Things You Need To Know This Morning (AAPL, ZNGA, YHOO, FB)

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Good morning! Here's your news: iPhone 5 reviews are out and they are insanely positive. By the way, iOS 6, Apple's new operating system for iPhones and iPads, launches today. You'll be able to download it straight to your device. Here are some cool features to look forward to. And...
10 Things You Need To Know This Morning (AAPL, ZNGA, YHOO, FB)

Zuckerberg: Facebook Stock Drop is Disappointing; Mobile Strategy is Misunderstood

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says it is “disappointing” that the stock has dropped as much as it has but said that the company’s mobile strategy that will guide its growth is “misunderstood.” “The performance of the stock has obviously been disappointing,” Zuckerberg said at the TechCrunch Disrupt conference on Tuesday....
Zuckerberg: Facebook Stock Drop is Disappointing; Mobile Strategy is Misunderstood

Google Hired A Man Who Believes He Will Bring His Father Back To Life (GOOG)

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A lot of what they build in Silicon Valley these days is pretty mundane: sexting apps, social games, and new ways to "share" things over the Internet. So it's pretty exciting when you hear about someone who has some really crazy ideas for what the future might hold. One such...
Google Hired A Man Who Believes He Will Bring His Father Back To Life (GOOG)

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'

Apple's Charity Begins at Home

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Asking if a company holding $137 billion can afford to pay a few billion more to shareholders might seem like a ridiculous question. But it's worth asking with regards to Apple....
Apple's Charity Begins at Home

Tim Cook Speaks at Goldman Sachs Technology Conference

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Apple CEO Tim Cook is now speaking at the Goldman Sachs Technology and Internet Conference, participating in a Q&A session with analyst Bill Shope. Apple is streaming live audio of the session on its investor site, and we'll be sharing some of the highlights here in this post. Question about...
Tim Cook Speaks at Goldman Sachs Technology Conference

Groupon's Massive Stock Spike Seems To Have Been Based On False Reports - Analyst (GRPN)

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Groupon stock spiked 23% on Friday. Why? Ken Sena of Evercore Partners says shorts got squeezed on a "a swirl of speculative information and potentially false reports." Those reports were that... ...Andrew Mason was cancelling an appearence this week - implying a firing that shareholders covet ...and that Google was considering...
Groupon's Massive Stock Spike Seems To Have Been Based On False Reports - Analyst (GRPN)
Going Public Has Changed Mark Zuckerberg...Finally
Apple profits may have fallen for the first time in a decade, says analysts

Tuesday's Clearwire Vote a Key Moment For Sprint, But Won't Settle Things

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Sprint’s bid to acquire network operator Clearwire is up for a shareholder vote Tuesday, but the deal’s fate remains uncertain. While Sprint already owns 51 percent of Clearwire, the deal requires the approval of the majority of shares voted by Clearwire’s other owners. And the biggest of those–Crest Financial–strongly opposes...
Tuesday's Clearwire Vote a Key Moment For Sprint, But Won't Settle Things

Blackstone withdraws bid to buy Dell, blaming poor sales and a 'rapidly eroding financial profile'

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Blackstone has confirmed today that it is withdrawing its bid to acquire Dell, citing poor PC sales, revised operating income projections and a “rapidly eroding financial profile”. In a formal letter addressed to the Special Committee of the Board of Directors at Dell, the group led by Blackstone said it had discovered...
Blackstone withdraws bid to buy Dell, blaming poor sales and a 'rapidly eroding financial profile'

The vultures are out as Carl Icahn buys about 6% of Dell

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Remember what Michael Dell said in 1997 when Steve Jobs returned to save Apple? Asked about his advice for Jobs, Dell said: “What would I do? I’d shut it down and give the money back to the shareholders.” Time wounds all heels, I guess, and Michael Dell might just be finding...
The vultures are out as Carl Icahn buys about 6% of Dell

Apple's Stock Looks Cheap

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Apple stock has tanked 35% from its all-time high, and now sits at $450. If things go badly for Apple over the next several years, the stock could fall a lot farther from here. But if things go even moderately well, the stock should deliver a compelling return. Why?...
Apple's Stock Looks Cheap

Today in Tech: Microsoft hires TV exec to boost original content

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The iPhone 5 reviewed; Yahoo giving shareholders $3.65 billion. iPhone 5 review: Finally, the iPhone we've always wanted [CNET] Well, guess what? Now it has 4G LTE and...well, maybe not a giant screen, but a larger screen. That's not all, though: the already great camera's been subtly improved, speakerphone and...
Today in Tech: Microsoft hires TV exec to boost original content

Apple increases buyback to $60 billion, and quarterly dividend to 15%

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Following its Q1 2013 earnings report on Tuesday, Apple announced that its Board of Directors authorized increasing share repurchasing to $60 billion, up from $10 billion that it announced in 2012. In total, the company expects to utilize a total of $100 billion of cash under this expanded program. Shareholders...
Apple increases buyback to $60 billion, and quarterly dividend to 15%

Apple: We're in "active discussions" on returning more cash to shareholders

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Apple has issued a response to a lawsuit by Greenlight Capital fund manager David Einhorn accusing the company of being too stingy with investors. In a statement posted to its website on Thursday afternoon, Apple reiterated its (relatively new) strategy for paying out dividends and returning cash to shareholders....
Apple: We're in "active discussions" on returning more cash to shareholders

Here's Everything We Know About The Alleged Fraud At Microsoft's PR Agency

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A senior member of Bite Communications' finance team is suspected of embezzling nearly $3 million from the company, its corporate parent disclosed today in a delayed annual report. San Francisco-based Bite's clients include Microsoft, Nokia, Sony and Mozilla The executive was not named. "I feel like we had a relative...
Here's Everything We Know About The Alleged Fraud At Microsoft's PR Agency

Here's Some Good News For Facebook's Mauled Shareholders -- Analysts Aren't Hallucinating Anymore

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If you're a Facebook shareholder who has lost half their money since the May IPO, here's some good news for you: Wall Street has finally sobered up about Facebook's prospects. Specifically, in the wake of Facebook customer Zynga's latest collapse, Wall Street has finally realized that its expectations for the...
Here's Some Good News For Facebook's Mauled Shareholders -- Analysts Aren't Hallucinating Anymore

Microsoft board member retiring; company boosts dividend

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Gilmartin This just in, two pieces of news from Microsoft’s board of directors this afternoon … Microsoft board member Raymond Gilmartin, who has been a director of the company for more than a decade, has decided not to seek re-election at the company’s upcoming shareholder meeting. Gilmartin, the former Merck...
Microsoft board member retiring; company boosts dividend

HTC expects more slippage in the first quarter

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Peter Chou may be optimistic, but first quarter results for this year are expected to raise little cheer for the company's shareholders. Will offering cheap phones in China help? [Read more]...
HTC expects more slippage in the first quarter

Having Successfully Conquered Yahoo, Loeb Gets His Loot (YHOO)

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Yahoo just announced that it would give shareholders $3.65 billion, a huge majority of the $4.3 billion it netted from a sale of Alibaba stock. There are lots of reasons Yahoo did this, but there is one over-riding factor. Third Point hedge fund manager and massive shareholder Dan Loeb...
Having Successfully Conquered Yahoo, Loeb Gets His Loot (YHOO)

Japanese mobile boss claims he's already patented the tech inside Google Glass

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Patent filings, we don't take so seriously. One of Japan's richest men, with the potential to call on an army of lawyers to defend what he claims is his invention, we probably ought to. Masayoshi Son, the billionaire (and philanthropic) CEO of SoftBank, has given a two-hour speech to...
Japanese mobile boss claims he's already patented the tech inside Google Glass

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
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