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SELL! Here Are 11 Stocks That Wall Street Expects To Tank (PROJ, WPP, SIGM, FGP, CACB, EGLE, LL, MCBC, SHLD, TLB, OSIR, NGX, ASTI)

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As Zynga and Netflix shares collapse this week, some investors are concerned that they're holding sharply overvalued equities. So we decided we would help out. Business Insider screened the stock market to find those that were trading at least 25 percent Wall Street analysts' average price targets. We found 11...
SELL! Here Are 11 Stocks That Wall Street Expects To Tank (PROJ, WPP, SIGM, FGP, CACB, EGLE, LL, MCBC, SHLD, TLB, OSIR, NGX, ASTI)

HP May Be Debt Free This Year, CFO Lesjak Says

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I just had a quick chat with Hewlett-Packard CFO Cathie Lesjak and we ran through a couple of the key points from the earnings announcement that HP released a few hours ago. Here are a few highlights from our conversation: Earnings: At 82 cents a share, HP pretty much blew...
HP May Be Debt Free This Year, CFO Lesjak Says
CFOs on the hot seat: Students sound off on how Expedia, Zillow and others could improve

The Four Big Things HP Really Needs To Turn Itself Around (HPQ)

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Six months into Meg Whitman's reign as Hewlett-Packard's CEO, the jury is still out on whether she will stop its decline. She is warning that HP’s transformation could take three to five years. But HP doesn’t have years. In its fiscal first quarter, year over year revenue declined in...
The Four Big Things HP Really Needs To Turn Itself Around (HPQ)

How Mobile Can You Go? A Mobile Take On Q3 Tech Earnings

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Editor’s note: Jay Jamison is a Partner at BlueRun Ventures and is based in Menlo Park. He focuses on early stage mobile, consumer and enterprise opportunities, and he serves on the boards of AppCentral (acquired by Good Technology), AppRedeem, Foodspotting, and Thumb. You can follow him on his blog and on Twitter. In August, I wrote about how the Mobile...
How Mobile Can You Go? A Mobile Take On Q3 Tech Earnings

Redbox Draws A Line In The Sand For Netflix By Refusing To Cooperate With Warner Bros. Rental Delay (NFLX, CSTR)

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One of the major narratives in the decline of Netflix's stock price last year was customer dissatisfaction with raised subscription prices. Netflix lost 800,000 subscribers in Q3. Even if some of that has ebbed, it's still worth keeping in mind now that Redbox has refused to cooperate with Warner...
Redbox Draws A Line In The Sand For Netflix By Refusing To Cooperate With Warner Bros. Rental Delay (NFLX, CSTR)

Australian Censorship: Google Vs. The Communications Minister

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In a radio interview on 29 March, Australia’s communications minister Stephen Conroy had some strong things to say about Google: “Notwithstanding their alleged ’do no evil’ policy, they recently created something called Buzz and there was a reaction. People said ’well, look aren’t you publishing private information?’,” Senator Conroy...
Australian Censorship: Google Vs. The Communications Minister

iPhone 5 order cuts dismissed as 'not news,' simply 'noise'

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Wall Street analysts are dismissing recent concerns over iPhone build plans, with one market watcher saying the order cuts could instead be a sign that Apple seeing improved component yields and product margins....
iPhone 5 order cuts dismissed as 'not news,' simply 'noise'

Real Estate Site Zillow (Barely) Beats Analyst Estimates For Q3: $31.9M In Revenue, $0.08 EPS, Tops 1 Billion Mobile Home Views

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Real estate site Zillow just released its third-quarter earnings report, once again coming in just ahead of what Wall Street analysts had predicted. The company said it saw $31.9 million in revenue and earnings of 8 cents per share in the quarter ending September 30. That’s up from revenue of...
Real Estate Site Zillow (Barely) Beats Analyst Estimates For Q3: $31.9M In Revenue, $0.08 EPS, Tops 1 Billion Mobile Home Views
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)

GOOGLE-YOUTUBE VETERAN: OK, Marissa Mayer, Here's How To Not Screw Up Tumblr (GOOG, YHOO)

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Wall Street analysts and Yahoo shareholders are worried that Yahoo is going to screw up Tumblr, its $1.1 billion acquisition. They are worried because Yahoo, and big Internet companies in general, have a history of paying a lot for startups and then killing their momentum. Yahoo's victims are GeoCities and...
GOOGLE-YOUTUBE VETERAN: OK, Marissa Mayer, Here's How To Not Screw Up Tumblr (GOOG, YHOO)
Larry Ellison Declared War On IBM With Oracle's Fastest Ever Computer (ORCL, IBM)

With AOL Set to Report Q2 Earnings Tomorrow, Tim Armstrong's Feeling Closer to Fine (Video)

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When I was in New York last week, I got a chance to sit down with AOL CEO Tim Armstrong, the former not-Marissa-Mayer Googler, to talk about how it’s going in his thankless efforts to turn the New York-based Internet company around. Unlike Mayer, who is just getting started...
With AOL Set to Report Q2 Earnings Tomorrow, Tim Armstrong's Feeling Closer to Fine (Video)

Microsoft takes hits after bad PC numbers

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Wall Street analysts piled on Microsoft after new research showed how low the PC market could go. On Wednesday, IDC pinned at least part of the blame for bad PC sales numbers on sluggish Windows 8 adoption. Microsoft shipped Windows 8 in November and made a big bet to create Surface,...
Microsoft takes hits after bad PC numbers

And now, here’s Zuckerberg riding the Wall Street bull, impaling investors

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Leave it up to Next Media Animation, the Taiwanese firm known for its wacky news videos, to create the only Facebook IPO wrap-up that’s actually worth watching. Sure, this Facebook wrap-up features a dead-eyed Zuckerberg riding the Wall Street bull and mowing down investors, but hey, at least they...
And now, here’s Zuckerberg riding the Wall Street bull, impaling investors
AAPL opens at an all-time high, is heading toward 700 on iPhone 5 launch

HP's PC Sales Crashed 20% And Now Meg Whitman Is Distancing Herself From Windows 8 (HPQ)

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Investors were happy enough with HP's beat on its earnings-per-share to drive the stock up over 13% in after hours trading (so far). But there were still some shocking numbers in its quarter, like how PC revenues tanked 20% year over year. Back in January, 2012, Whitman was saying about...
HP's PC Sales Crashed 20% And Now Meg Whitman Is Distancing Herself From Windows 8 (HPQ)

With Competition Looming, Zipcar Misses Q2 2012 Revenue And Earnings Expectations

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Zipcar is seeing increased competition in the car-sharing market, which is one reason that it might not be growing as quickly as it, or analysts, like. Zipcar reported second-quarter loss of $422,000 today, or $0.01 a share, compared to a net loss of $5.6 million, or $0.17 a share, in...
With Competition Looming, Zipcar Misses Q2 2012 Revenue And Earnings Expectations

Apple expected to report first fall in profits in a decade

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Tech firm's period of 'hyper growth' begins to stall with Wall Street analysts saying demand for iPhone 5 lower than predictedApple is forecast to report the first fall in profits since its financial turnaround a decade ago, as its period of "hyper growth" comes to an end.Wall Street analysts believe...
Apple expected to report first fall in profits in a decade
Yet another analyst touts RIM as 2013′s comeback kid

Analysis: Web 3.0: The Mobile Era

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Editor’s note: Jay Jamison is a Partner at BlueRun Ventures where he focuses on early stage mobile and consumer opportunities. You can read more of his analysis on startups and Silicon Valley at his blog jayjamison.com and you can follow him on Twitter at @jay_jamison. The highest flying of internet high-flyers, Facebook and Zynga, were...
Analysis: Web 3.0: The Mobile Era

Analyst: Mobile Continues To Take Share From Desktop Search

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Later today comScore will release its US search market share numbers for December 2012. Based on early release information from Wall Street analysts this is what the numbers will be: Google: 66.7 percent (vs. 67 percent in November) Bing: 16.3 percent (vs. 16.2 percent in November) Yahoo: 12.2... Please visit...
Analyst: Mobile Continues To Take Share From Desktop Search

Wall Street: WSJ report of iPhone cut may be inaccurate

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An unverified rumor reprinted in The Wall Street Journal and repeated by other media outlets of Apple cutting orders on the iPhone 5, which briefly sent the stock below $500 is likely misleading, say two leading Wall Street analysts, and at best the result of misinterpretation of supplier reports. Both...
Wall Street: WSJ report of iPhone cut may be inaccurate

Windows 8 failing to stem post-PC tide, analyst says

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One of the top Wall Street analysts following Microsoft notes in a research report that Windows 8 is not catching on with consumers, calling the operating system's attempt to bridge tablet and PC functions "awkward." [Read more]...
Windows 8 failing to stem post-PC tide, analyst says

About those new, more flexible Apple price targets

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Some Apple analysts got burned on the way up, others on the way down FORTUNE -- Doesn't your heart go out to the Wall Street analysts who have to try to predict the future movement of Apple's (AAPL) shares? Anybody who set a price target below $300 last year looked...
About those new, more flexible Apple price targets

In One Of His Most Revealing Quotes, Tim Cook Explains His Strategy For Running Apple (AAPL)

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Tim Cook gave one of his most revealing quotes to date about how he's running Apple in an interview at Duke's Fuqua School of Business. Cook got his MBA at Duke 25 years ago. He was on campus for a reunion and did a one hour interview with Fuqua's Dean....
In One Of His Most Revealing Quotes, Tim Cook Explains His Strategy For Running Apple (AAPL)

Tim Marches On: AOL Turns in Solid Q4 Earnings, With First Year-Over-Year Growth in Eight Years

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AOL said it earned 41 cents a share, or $35.7 million in net income, in the fourth quarter, which was right on target with what Wall Street analysts had expected. That was a significant rise from last year, when the New York-based Internet portal earned 23 cents, or $22.8...
Tim Marches On: AOL Turns in Solid Q4 Earnings, With First Year-Over-Year Growth in Eight Years

Oracle Q3 Misses Wall Street Expectations With $9 Billion Revenue, 65 Cents EPS

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Oracle this afternoon reported the financial results for the third quarter of its fiscal 2013, a report that seems to have disappointed stock market investors who were projecting stronger results. The enterprise-focused software and hardware technology giant said it earned $9 billion in revenue during the quarter, reflecting a sequential...
Oracle Q3 Misses Wall Street Expectations With $9 Billion Revenue, 65 Cents EPS

How The Enterprise May Help Save Hewlett-Packard

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As it prepares to report its quarterly earnings today, it’s no understatement to say the pressure is on Hewlett-Packard. Today’s earnings report, which is expected after the markets close for trading in New York, will be the first since the end of HP’s worst year ever. The list of its...
How The Enterprise May Help Save Hewlett-Packard
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