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THE MICROSOFT INVESTOR: How Microsoft Blew Windows (MSFT)

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The Microsoft Investor is a daily report from SAI. Sign up here to receive it by email. MSFT Weak As Tech Slides    Stocks are up in early trading on China's rate cut and Bernanke's monetary policy speech to the Senate. Shares of MSFT are sinking after morning highs, and...
THE MICROSOFT INVESTOR: How Microsoft Blew Windows (MSFT)

Has Samsung gone too niche with its new GS4 smartphones?

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commentary Samsung's new Galaxy S4 devices are geared toward niche markets, but they also force consumers to accept some compromises in terms of hardware specs. Will the strategy work? [Read more]...
Has Samsung gone too niche with its new GS4 smartphones?

Will the Cloud Challenge Apple's Dynasty?

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The news may be about the iPad this weekend but it's the cloud that will hover hot over Apple by the Fall and in many respects challenge its hegemony over how we store and share music and video. According to CNET, that's about the time of year that it looks...
Will the Cloud Challenge Apple's Dynasty?

BNET Today | Management, Strategy, Work Life Skills & Advice for Professionals

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BNET Today | Management, Strategy, Work Life Skills & Advice for Professionals

No UGC, please – but will the Olympics’ social media strategy work?

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Like some of the athletes it will host this summer, London 2012′s upcoming Olympic Games is exerting itself and sweating hard, to ensure its teammates in Big Media can win out. According to tickets’ entry terms for event spectators: “Images, video and sound recordings of the Games taken by a...
No UGC, please – but will the Olympics’ social media strategy work?

UTV Media acquires British social media agency Simply Zesty for up to £5 million

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UTV Media, a large British media company, has agreed to acquire social media agency Simply Zesty for initial consideration of £1.7 million. Depending on Simply Zesty’s future performance, the price paid may climb to a maximum of £5 million. The price for Simply Zesty’s business represents four times its anticipated...
UTV Media acquires British social media agency Simply Zesty for up to £5 million
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