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heStreet contributor Don Reisinger digs into Apple's China worries, and tells investors why they should keep a close eye on them.
From its heavy reliance upon Facebook to its CEO seemingly being uninterested in maximizing shareholder value, Zynga seems like an obvious choice to stay away from.
TheStreet contributor Don Reisinger talks about Netflix's value to suitors, and why selling it now might be its best idea yet.
TheStreet contributor Don Reisinger says RIM's decline will only get worse next year as the company's co-CEOs continue to make bad moves.
TheStreet contributor Don Reisinger explains why Call of Duty's success is good news for Activision-Blizzard, the company's many other troubles and competitive threats might make it a long-term loser for shareholders.
TheStreet contributor Don Reisinger explains why Adobe's mobile troubles are just the start of something even worse if it doesn't double down on cloud computing.
TheStreet contributor Don Reisinger explains why HP's decision to keep its PC business in-house will benefit both the company and its shareholders.
TheStreet contributor Don Reisinger talks about Amazon, and why its tough fourth quarter shouldn't dissuade investors from being bullish on the stock over the long-term.
TheStreet contributor Don Reisinger explains why Apple's fiscal fourth-quarter earnings are the least of its worries, and why Google could very well derail the iPhone maker.
TheStreet contributor Don Reisinger explains why RIM's decline and recent BlackBerry service outage is enough to warrant the firm selling itself to the highest bidder.