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McWilliams covers these topics and more in his recent reports:
-- An article in the
Wall Street Journal
speculated that Hewlett-Packard is a potential takeover target for Oracle. Is this deal likely to happen? Would it be a good idea for Oracle? How would the team of
leverage HP to change the way we compute?
-- Why does EMC continue to buy VMware stock? Does McWilliams remain bullish on EMC, despite near-term risk? Is EMC poised to report strong Q3 results? Trial subscribers will gain additional insight into this strategy and the value proposition EMC is leveraging as the leader in the storage market in Next Inning's upcoming State of Tech report covering EMC and other leading OEM tech companies.
-- With most of the market risk coming out of
, why is a company like Towerstream, with no international exposure, experiencing so much downside? Based on Towerstream's performance during the last recession, is its business model essentially recession-proof? Is Towerstream likely to continue growth if we are faced with a double-dip recession in 2011 or 2012? Based solely on its organic enterprise broadband model, could Towerstream shares be worth more than double what they're trading for today?
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