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Apple's shares ramped up 25% in the last two months. History suggests they won't move again until its new products start selling later in the fall.
Did Facebook poach David Marcus from PayPal, or was he pushed? We will have to see how things play out in the next two years to find out.
Apple is playing offense again. Monday's WWDC presentation served notice to Android and others that Apple will always give its users the best.
Everyone loves to pile on ex-Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer as if he is a dumb buffoon. It's undeserved criticism, as is those who say he overpaid for the Clippers.
It makes perfect sense for Twitter to try to nab SoundCloud, but SoundCloud would be crazy to sell now.
When you look at the numbers Yahoo!'s core business is worth half AOL's and InterActiveCorp's. That's too cheap.
When you read the fine print, this Internet giant is awesome on so many levels.
Paying and non-paying online users are valued differently by the market. People who pay something -- like Netflix users -- are worth more than those who generally don't -- like gamers and social media users. When you assess companies by their number of monthly active users, consider which group will be willing to actually part with their money.
All signs point to an Alibaba IPO on Monday after the markets close. It should spark a lot of decisions among Yahoo!'s management.
Here's comes the Weibo IPO with an incredibly shrinking price tag. It says more about Twitter than it does Alibaba.