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Is Twitter a Buy Now? No and Here's Why
Is Twitter a Buy Now? No and Here's Why

08/21/15 - 08:39 AM EDT

Is Twitter a buy now? What about now? Now? Don't guess. Wait until the recovery is well under way.

NBC Needs to Do More Than Throw Money Around in New Media

NBCUniversal just poured $200 million into BuzzFeed and Vox Media in consecutive weeks. Who will old media pursue next?

Google's Alphabet Shows the ABCs of Shareholder Value

Google is giving Wall Street exactly what it's spent years asking for.

Facebook Senses an Opportunity While Twitter Fiddles

While Twitter tries to figure out who its next CEO should be, Facebook is trying to retrain users into thinking of it as a 'second screen' for live events.

Twitter Stock Is Untouchable for Now
Twitter Stock Is Untouchable for Now

08/04/15 - 12:46 PM EDT

Isn't Twitter cheap below $30? Here's why you should be careful.

Yahoo!'s Latest Acquisition Is Right up Its Alley

Yahoo! makes a lot of its strategic decisions based on the whims and tastes of CEO Marissa Mayer. It's yet to show that formula translates into more revenue.

Apple Is Still the Best Investment to Own Over the Next 5 Years

With all the tech earnings news this past week, which companies are still the best bets to own for the next five years?

Yahoo! Earnings -- Much of the Same Disappointment

Yahoo!'s results last night were about as exciting as a bowl of cold oatmeal. They show a company that still relies on its PC business for 80% of its revenues.

Netflix Beats Google When It Comes to Business Models

Subscription and advertising approaches have both worked for Netflix and Google, respectively, but I like the security of a subscription model now.

Yahoo!'s Move Into Daily Fantasy Sports Makes a Ton of Sense

It's much cheaper for Yahoo! to build its own business than to make a splashy acquisition.

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