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Estimize aims to replace sell-side analysts with crowdsourced earnings estimates -- and now Gnip is selling its data

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You only have to listen to one public company earnings call to understand how wary sell side analysts are of standing up to the companies they cover. Each question posed during any call’s Q&A begins with “First of all, congrats, CEO, on your great quarter, and thanks for taking...
Estimize aims to replace sell-side analysts with crowdsourced earnings estimates -- and now Gnip is selling its data

The other Microsoft Surface mystery: Keyboard included?

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In many ways it’s the signature feature of Microsoft’s upcoming Surface tablet computer — the magnetically attached cover that doubles as a keyboard. Microsoft says the keyboard/cover will come in two different varieties: one with a touch-sensitive surface, dubbed Touch Cover; and another with slightly raised keys for better typing, dubbed...
The other Microsoft Surface mystery: Keyboard included?

U.S. Mac sales make small rebound

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Apple's U.S. retail Mac sales were up for the first month of the quarter, but not to the extent recently claimed by a Wall Street analyst, the NPD Group said today....
U.S. Mac sales make small rebound

Microsoft wants to make its own Windows Phones, analyst says

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According to a prominent Wall Street analyst, Microsoft is currently working with a handful of hardware manufacturers to develop its own handset to coincide with the release of its next Windows Phone release. [Read more]...
Microsoft wants to make its own Windows Phones, analyst says

Nothing To Worry About In These Dismal Apple Supply Chain Reports

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Wall Street analyst Brian White of Topeka Capital has built some kind of "Apple Monitor" thing where he monitors the health of the various companies in Asia that supply Apple with parts. For some reason, in February, the whole sector fell off a cliff, Business Insider reports. White says business...
Nothing To Worry About In These Dismal Apple Supply Chain Reports

Is Silverlight for iPhone finally on its way?

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Developers are abuzz over a Wall Street analyst's claim that Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer may make an appearance at the upcoming Apple World Wide Developers Conference in early June. Could this be the long-rumored debut of Silverlight for the iPhone?...
Is Silverlight for iPhone finally on its way?

10 Stunning Facts About What People Are REALLY Doing On The Internet

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What do people do online, how do they get online, and how are startups changing our behavior? Mary Meeker, a former Wall Street analyst and current Silicon Valley investor, put together an annual presentation on the state of the Internet and mobile. In it, she answers a bunch of those...
10 Stunning Facts About What People Are REALLY Doing On The Internet

Facebook's Stock Dive Isn't Over

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Facebook's stock price hit a new low last week - and it could be poised to plunge even further. The downward spiral that started last Thursday ended the next day at $19.05 a share, just shy of half of Facebook's initial public offering price in May. WHile Facebook's underlying business...
Facebook's Stock Dive Isn't Over
WALL STREET ANALYST: Hackers Are Attacking Bitcoin So They Can Scoop It Up For Lower Prices

Wall Street Analysts Keep Writing Passionate Love Letters To LinkedIn (LNKD)

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LinkedIn will report its Q3 earnings tomorrow after the market closes. Wall Street analyst are downright giddy, and their latest research reports on LinkedIn read like love letters. "We have little reason to expect anything but continued strong operating momentum," says Canaccord Genuity analyst Michael Graham. XOXO, right? JP Morgan's Douglas...
Wall Street Analysts Keep Writing Passionate Love Letters To LinkedIn (LNKD)

Analyst tallies perks of September launch of new iPhone, iPad

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A September launch of the next iPhone, as well as a new, smaller iPad would make it easier for Apple to erase the bad taste of the second quarter and beat its own lowered expectations this quarter, a Wall Street analyst said....
Analyst tallies perks of September launch of new iPhone, iPad

Groupon slides under $8 a share, setting yet another record low

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Just yesterday TNW brought you the news that Groupon was having stark difficulties in the public market, hitting a new record low. That stock price put its total value below the buyout offer that Google had previously offered it. Today, however, is a repeat. Instead rallying from its more than...
Groupon slides under $8 a share, setting yet another record low
Apple CEO Tim Cook: why yes, we do care about market share

Microsoft to build a Windows Phone handset? No, that’s not very likely, Mr. Analyst

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It’s almost an obvious thought: Now that Microsoft has built its own console, to great success, and its own tablet/laptop hybrid, to general, if early acclaim, why wouldn’t the company build a phone as well? After all, if the other two moves led to more market share, exactly what Windows...
Microsoft to build a Windows Phone handset? No, that’s not very likely, Mr. Analyst

APPLE'S TV DREAM REVEALED: Embarrass Hardware Makers, Stiff Content Providers, Destroy Cable Companies

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Over the last several months, Apple's vision for television has become clearer. Thanks to work by Wall Street analyst Gene Munster on the hardware side and the New York Post's Claire Atkinson on the content and cable side, we now have a pretty good picture of what Apple wants...
APPLE'S TV DREAM REVEALED: Embarrass Hardware Makers, Stiff Content Providers, Destroy Cable Companies

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?
Let's admit it... Steve Jobs was lucky

20 Startups That Mary Meeker Thinks Could Change Everything We Do

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Technology is rapidly changing everything we do. Mary Meeker, a former Wall Street analyst who's now a prominent Silicon Valley investor, highlighted a number of innovative companies in her recent presentation about the future of the Internet. We pulled out the game-changing startups she mentioned and added few others. The...
20 Startups That Mary Meeker Thinks Could Change Everything We Do

Morgan Stanley Analyst Defends SAP Over 'Inflated' Growth Claims (SAP)

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Morgan Stanley analyst Adam Wood has come to SAP's defense over a flap started yesterday by another Wall Street analyst who criticized the company. Wood called the competitor's research note a "Poor piece of analysis where the only outcome could be that SAP decides to stop disclosing as much in...
Morgan Stanley Analyst Defends SAP Over 'Inflated' Growth Claims (SAP)

Meet Scott Devitt: Morgan Stanley's Facebook Analyst Who Takes The Bus To Work

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Scott Devitt has long stood out for being cautious in a world of Internet bulls. In the more than 12 years that he has covered Internet companies as a Wall Street analyst, Devitt has developed a measured approach to a sector that often succumbs to hype. Devitt, who replaced star...
Meet Scott Devitt: Morgan Stanley's Facebook Analyst Who Takes The Bus To Work
ANALYST: All Of My Clients Think There's A Bitcoin Bubble, But A 'Perfect Storm' Is Causing Prices To Surge
Apple’s stock projected to reach $2,000 by the end of 2015

Analyst: Microsoft might make its own Windows Phone, too

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Earlier this week, Microsoft jumped into the computer hardware business, announcing plans to make its own Surface tablet computer. Now, following the unveiling of Windows Phone 8 yesterday, a longtime Wall Street analyst says Microsoft could be laying the groundwork to make a similar move with Windows Phone. In a...
Analyst: Microsoft might make its own Windows Phone, too

RIM won't save itself by withdrawing from consumer markets

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There's a Canadian mobile phone executive who is probably humming a happy tune right now and has a little extra spring in his step this morning. However he doesn't work for Research In Motion (RIM), the BlackBerry maker which last night announced a $125m quarterly loss as it saw revenues...
RIM won't save itself by withdrawing from consumer markets

Windows 8 for $40: Will this convince you to upgrade?

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With the release of Windows 8 expected later this year, Microsoft is making a bid for the attention of existing Windows users by streamlining and lowering the cost of moving to the new Windows version. Computers running Windows XP, Windows Vista or Windows 7 will be able to upgrade to...
Windows 8 for $40: Will this convince you to upgrade?

Mary Meeker Explains the Mobile Monetization Challenge

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Looming over the Internet industry is the mismatch between the growth in mobile usage and mobile monetization. Most recently, it was the risk factor that helped take down Facebook’s ill-fated IPO roadshow, when the company warned at the last minute publicly (and perhaps more emphatically privately) that mobile monetization really...
Mary Meeker Explains the Mobile Monetization Challenge

Apple seen taking 5% of HDTV market, earning $17B in revenue

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If Apple were to offer high-definition television sets with an average selling price of $1,500, one Wall Street analyst believes the company could capture 5 percent of the market and earn $17 billion in revenue....
Apple seen taking 5% of HDTV market, earning $17B in revenue

Apple Is Cut To Neutral By Citi Because It Doesn't Think iPhone 5 Demand Is Great (AAPL)

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Apple is getting another price cut from a Wall Street analyst. But this time, there's a twist. It's also getting its rating cut. Citi's trio of Apple analysts, Glen Yeung, Walter Pritchard, and Jim Suva, are cutting Apple's price target to $525, and rating it neutral, down from buy....
Apple Is Cut To Neutral By Citi Because It Doesn't Think iPhone 5 Demand Is Great (AAPL)
Analyst Questions Sales Numbers For SAP's 'Fastest-Growing' Product (SAP)

Google Cuts 1,058 Full-Time Jobs In Q3 As It Streamlines Motorola Mobility's Workforce

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Google’s Q3 earnings leaked today, and among the reported stats was a noteworthy gap in full-time employees between its Q2 and Q3 results. At the end of June, Google had 54,604 full-time employees, thanks to a massive influx of 20,293 new Motorola Mobility staff. As of September 30, the company...
Google Cuts 1,058 Full-Time Jobs In Q3 As It Streamlines Motorola Mobility's Workforce
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