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Forget trying to make useless comparisons to previous performance. John Chen is the reason BlackBerry is turning around.
BlackBerry is a perfect storm for short-sellers. They need to cover and quickly.
Amazon's new smartphone will face off against the iPhone 6 and Samsung S6. The only winner is AT&T.
Zynga should move quickly to further monetize its free money poker base before users leave to play on other sites.
Has the market reached a top? Dividend-paying stocks outperform as a whole compared to non-dividend stocks and offer a buffer if the market declines.
Zynga's CEO really dropped the ball but the company hasn't changed and is still a buy.
This stock is so discounted it won't matter if the upcoming earnings report is lackluster.
Companies reach new highs because their undervalued. Full price today is often a value discount next week.
Some companies are perfectly positioned to pay dividends. These three are good investments on their own but don't be surprised if they declare a dividend in the near future.
Don Mattrick is working magic turning Zynga into a highly profitable game maker. Zynga could become a short seller widow maker with 9% short interest and a 20% a year growing Chinese mobile games market.