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UBS: NASDAQ's 'Gross Mishandling' Of The Facebook IPO Cost Us $356 Million

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UBS has announced quarterly earnings, and with it, has spelled out for the first time, how the botched Facebook IPO opening day cost it hundreds of millions (as had been previously reported). Specifically, it says that operational failures at the NASDAQ caused it to lose 349 million Swiss Franc (which...
UBS: NASDAQ's 'Gross Mishandling' Of The Facebook IPO Cost Us $356 Million

UBS to Take Legal Action Against Nasdaq Over Facebook IPO

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Swiss bank UBS is planning to take legal action against Nasdaq OMX Group to recoup losses it made related to the Facebook IPO, the company said on Tuesday as it......
UBS to Take Legal Action Against Nasdaq Over Facebook IPO

Is Apple ready to issue a dividend?

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There has long been talk that Apple would — or should — someday pay a dividend to its investors. Such talk got more serious when Tim Cook stepped into the CEO role last fall. And now, it looks like this wishful thinking by Apple shareholders might come to fruition. Here’s...
Is Apple ready to issue a dividend?

UBS to sue Nasdaq over Facebook flotation

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Swiss bank suing the US hi-tech stock market Nasdaq for 'gross mishandling' of the share sale, in which it lost SFr349m (£240m)Swiss bank UBS lost SFr349m (£240m) on the flotation of Facebook and is suing the US hi-tech stock market Nasdaq for "gross mishandling" of the share sale.The loss, which...
UBS to sue Nasdaq over Facebook flotation

NASDAQ CEO Bob Greifeld Was MIA For Five Hours During The Facebook IPO Disaster

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It's been about three weeks since the Facebook IPO debacle on the Nasdaq, which was plagued by delays and glitches.  So far the total tab of losses being claimed by customers from trading shares of Facebook on Nasdaq is around $500 million.  UBS alone claimed that it lost $350 million....
NASDAQ CEO Bob Greifeld Was MIA For Five Hours During The Facebook IPO Disaster

Heist of the century: Wall Street's role in the financial crisis

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Wall Street bankers could have averted the global financial crisis, so why didn't they? In this exclusive extract from his book Inside Job, Charles Ferguson argues that they should be prosecutedBernard L Madoff ran the biggest Ponzi scheme in history, operating it for 30 years and causing cash losses of...
Heist of the century: Wall Street's role in the financial crisis

Why Apple will pay a dividend

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The liquid securities alone on Apple’s (AAPL) balance sheet, roughly $98 billion, would make it the 43rd most valuable company in the world. Apple’s cash would rank it just behind McDonalds (MCD), an astounding and bizarre statement in the annals of modern cash management. No company in its right mind...
Why Apple will pay a dividend

ART CASHIN: These Are The Two Hot Theories Behind Apple's Sell-Off (AAPL)

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Apple shares have under-performed the broader market over the last several days, spawning a host of theories from investors. Art Cashin, director of floor operations at UBS, presented two of the more plausible ideas in his morning note today.  The explanations deal with both a re-weighting by index funds and issues...
ART CASHIN: These Are The Two Hot Theories Behind Apple's Sell-Off (AAPL)

Apple Could Sell 12 Million NEW iPads This Quarter

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Phil Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president of worldwide marketing, says last weeks iPad launch was the company’s strongest ever. And while it does include 9 days of pre-orders, opening weekend iPad sales of 3 million is an impressive feat. How many companies can claim to have sold three million tablets...
Apple Could Sell 12 Million NEW iPads This Quarter

UBS: For now, mobile still comes down to Samsung v. Apple

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It’s no secret Apple is really skilled at sucking huge profits out of its product lineup, particularly with the iPhone. But Samsung is getting a lot better at this too, according to the analysts at UBS. And the two are currently dominating the handset industry when it comes to profits,...
UBS: For now, mobile still comes down to Samsung v. Apple

2 Big Reasons Apple Investors Should Be Thrilled About The Dividend Announcement

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Apple has just announced a dividend and a buyback. Morgan Stanley explains why investors should be happy about this a) in the last 10 years, the top 1/3 of tech stocks ranked by dividend yield have outperformed the bottom 1/3 by 14% on average, while in more recent years,...
2 Big Reasons Apple Investors Should Be Thrilled About The Dividend Announcement

Shares Of Sina Are Diving After China Goes On Weekend Censorship Rampage

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Netizens in China continue to chatter about a coup, so over the weekend, users of Twitter-like sites run by Sina.com and Tencent were prevented from commenting on each other's posts, according to FT. It's a reminder that a major risk to these companies is the fact that the government...
Shares Of Sina Are Diving After China Goes On Weekend Censorship Rampage

One Of These Hardware Chains Is Killing The Other One On Facebook (LOW, HD)

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Lowe's is half as big as Home Depot in terms of market cap and has "inferior store locations," but there is one area where it is winning. Lowe's is kicking ass on Facebook. The North Carolina-based chain saw 199,031 visits to its Facebook page, the highest among big retailers...
One Of These Hardware Chains Is Killing The Other One On Facebook (LOW, HD)

BREAKING: Apple To Hold A Conference Call On What It's Going To Do With All Its Cash

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Just breaking from Bloomberg... *APPLE SCHEDULES CASH CONFERENCE CALL FOR TO TOMORROW, MARCH 19 More to come... Please follow SAI on Twitter and Facebook.Join the conversation about this story »See Also:iPad Lines Around The WorldWhy UBS Just Cranked Up Its Apple Target To $675Here's What's In The New iPad......
BREAKING: Apple To Hold A Conference Call On What It's Going To Do With All Its Cash
Apple and Samsung stole all Q1 mobile phone profits
Apple could sell 12 million new iPads this quarter, analyst says
UBS: Half of new iPads sold will tap into 4G

LaCie 're-engineers' USB 3.0 lineup for MacBooks

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LaCie has re-engineered its UBS 3.0 lineup for Apple's new line of USB 3.0-equipped MacBooks. According to LaCie, it has optimized its storage range to take advantage of Intel's Ivy Bridge processors, which support USB 3.0 natively for the first time. In this instance, LaCie has updated its range to...
LaCie 're-engineers' USB 3.0 lineup for MacBooks

Nasdaq to pay out £26m to clients hit by Facebook share confusion

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Stock exchange in New York awards compensation after first-day trading hitch left buyers in the darkThe Nasdaq stock exchange in New York is to offer cash and rebates totalling $40m (£26m) to compensate clients affected by the problems with Facebook's first day of share trading last month.After approval by regulators,...
Nasdaq to pay out £26m to clients hit by Facebook share confusion
In U.S. broadband, cable is eating the Bells' lunch

Ron Johnson Says JCPenney Is 'Starting To Act Like A Startup'

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At today's JCPenney event, CEO Ron Johnson talked about the company's big Q1 miss. He said the turnaround is tougher than expected, but that JCP is "starting to act like a startup." "We're moving a lot quicker," he said, and that with startups — "which I'm really familiar with in...
Ron Johnson Says JCPenney Is 'Starting To Act Like A Startup'

Verizon’s shared family data plans coming soon according to leak

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A screenshot obtained by PhoneArena seems to confirm that Verizon is in the advanced stages of development for its long-awaited shared family data plans. Speaking during a UBS conference in December, Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam said the company may roll out shared data plans in 2012. Verizon CFO Fran Shammo in February...
Verizon’s shared family data plans coming soon according to leak

UBS Hit by Loss on Facebook IPO

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UBS AG on Tuesday joined a growing list of market makers and brokers to announce plans for legal action against Nasdaq OMX Group Inc. to recoup losses suffered from Facebook Inc.’s stock-market debut, after the Swiss bank took a big hit in its second-quarter earnings from the deal. UBS said...
UBS Hit by Loss on Facebook IPO

LIVE: Microsoft Earnings! (MSFT)

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Microsoft reports earnings for the first quarter of 2012 today, and we're on hand to bring them to you as soon as they cross the wire around 4pm ET. Click here for the latest or refresh your browser. The stock has been on a nice run for the last few...
LIVE: Microsoft Earnings! (MSFT)

UBS to take legal action against Nasdaq over Facebook IPO

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Swiss bank UBS is planning to take legal action against Nasdaq OMX Group to recoup losses it made related to the Facebook IPO, the company said on Tuesday as it reported its second quarter results....
UBS to take legal action against Nasdaq over Facebook IPO

Apple tracking for 12 million iPad sales this quarter

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UBS analyst Maynard Um believes that Apple is on track to record new iPad sales in the order of 12 million units. The estimate follows Appleís official announcement yesterday that it had sold a record 3 million new iPads in its first three days on sale. Um also believes that...
Apple tracking for 12 million iPad sales this quarter

Report: Oracle's Top Sales Exec Keith Block Is Out (ORCL)

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Oracle is going to part ways Keith Block, head of North American sales, according to UBS analyst Brent Thrill. Thrill told Forbes about the Block news earlier today. Block has been a controversial figure at Oracle. Employees blame him for an epically dysfunctional sales team, in which everyone is fighting...
Report: Oracle's Top Sales Exec Keith Block Is Out (ORCL)
Half of all new iPads sold will be 4G LTE enabled, UBS says

Why UBS Just Cranked Up Its Apple Target To $675

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It's another day ending in "-day" so another analyst has cranked up their price target on Apple. This time it's Maynard Um at UBS, putting a price target of $675 on the stock. That's up from the previous target of $550 billion. The reasons? They expect the iPhone 5...
Why UBS Just Cranked Up Its Apple Target To $675
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