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Eight other companies tried to nab OpenTable in June besides the eventual buyer Priceline. One might have been Yahoo!, who could have been willing to pay $2.25 billion in cash.
I don't disagree with the Pacific Crest call this morning that you should take some profits in Apple (AAPL) ahead of next week's event.
Morgan Stanley recently said that the market could easily rally for several more years until the S&P 500 hits a peak of 3,000.
Several years on, we might look back on this Twitch deal -- just as we do for ESPN and YouTube -- as something Jeff Bezos got for a steal.
Terry Semel's tenure at Yahoo a decade ago had some hits and misses. But his legacy is the talent he surrounded himself with and developed while there.
If only it was so easy to manipulate the stock price of a $37 billion company!
Despite some analysts worrying over GT's ability to provide sapphire covers in the volume needed for Apple's iPhone 6, all signs are pointing to its availability.
It's been two years. The turnaround has not worked. Money has been wasted on bad acquisitions and the headcount is too high. It's time for a new strategy.
The iPad numbers in Apple's earnings report were disappointing, but there are many reasons for hope for the device.
It's not about ads, combining movie studies, or getting HBO. Fox's Murdoch wants Time Warner for sports.