Buying Zynga is a leap of faith, but the risk/reward is attractive.
SFX Entertainment may be a newly public concert promoter, but its management has decades of experience making money.
Twitter has proactively chosen to avoid mobile messaging. It could have been a major player.
Instagram should have held out for more than $1 billion and Snapchat is wise to ignore Facebook's $3 billion offer and stay the course toward an IPO. Welcome to the new normal.
Twitter's underwriters may try keep the stock levitating, but you can only hold your finger in the dike so long.
After an incredible run from $10 to more than $40 a couple of years ago, investors seem to have gone asleep on AOL again.
It's hard to imagine Apple stock getting back above $700, but the move higher may be starting again.
Zynga still has too large a staff. Layoffs would give the stock a boost.
Microsoft's Bill Gates either needs to take more interest in the company he founded or step away completely.
The BlackBerry shareholder seems to be hoping another company - Microsoft, Cisco - will make a formal offer and he'll get the breakup fee.