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December 3, 2013
08:15 EDTWDAY, SAP, TIBX, MSFT, EMC, MKTO, DATA, SPLK, ORCL, PFPT, N, CSOD, QLIK, IBM, IMPV, FTNT, CRMFBR sees 2014 as active year for enterprise software deals
FBR expects 2014 to be an active year for acquisitions in the enterprise software space as larger companies look to obtain higher growth opportunities. The firm's top merger ideas include: Salesforce.com (CRM) and NetSuite (N), EMC (EMC) and Fortinet (FTNT), EMC and Proofpoint (PFPT), Microsoft (MSFT) and Imperva (IMPV), Oracle (ORCL) and TIBCO (TIBX), IBM (IBM) and Splunk (SPLK), SAP (SAP) and Qlik (QLIK), SAP (SAP) and Tableau (DATA), Workday (WDAY) and Cornerstone OnDemand (CSOD), NetSuite (N) and Marketo (MKTO).
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April 10, 2014
09:09 EDTWDAYWorkday shares should be bought ahead of results, says Pacific Crest
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09:06 EDTORCLOracle management to meet with Deutsche Bank
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09:06 EDTCSODCornerstone OnDemand shares extremely cheap, says Pacific Crest
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09:06 EDTIBMIBM to acquire Atlanta-based software company Silverpop
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09:01 EDTCRMSalesforce.com should be bought ahead of results, says Pacific Crest
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09:00 EDTIMPVImperva falls 34.1%
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08:57 EDTPFPT, IMPVImperva should be bought after negative preannouncement, says Pacific Crest
After Impreva preannounced lower than expected Q1 revenue, Pacific Crest blamed the miss on a lack of sales execution and lengthening sales cycles. However, the firm is still upbeat on Imperva's outlook, as it expects demand for security products to increase. Pacific Crest reduced its price target on Imperva to $48 from $62. It recommends buying other IT security names, including Palo Alto (PANW) and Proofpoint (PFPT), on weakness in the wake of Imperva's guidance. The firm keeps Outperform ratings on all the stocks named.
08:45 EDTIMPVImperva price target lowered to $43 from $57 at BMO Capital
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08:44 EDTEMC, MSFT, IBMCLSA technology analysts hold an analyst/industry conference call
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08:25 EDTIMPVImperva downgraded to Hold from Buy at Deutsche Bank
Deutsche Bank downgraded Imperva following the negative Q1 pre-announcment.
08:00 EDTMSFTSony PS4 grants Hirai profit potential as risk decreases, Bloomberg says
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07:53 EDTIMPVImperva price target lowered to $42 from $62 at JPMorgan
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07:37 EDTIMPVImperva price target lowered to $45 from $57 at Stephens
Stephens lowered its price target on Imperva to $45 after the company's preliminary Q1 results came in below expectations, but the firm believes the Q1 miss was timing related and that Imperva's growth can reaccelerate. The firm maintains its Overweight rating on the stock.
07:15 EDTIMPVImperva downgraded at Oppenheimer
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06:55 EDTIBMIBM initiated with a Hold at Deutsche Bank
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06:52 EDTEMCEMC initiated with a Buy at Deutsche Bank
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06:23 EDTMSFTIDC says worldwide PC shipments totaled 73.4M units in Q1, down 4.4% y/y
Worldwide PC shipments totaled 73.4 million units in 1Q14, a decline of -4.4% year on year, according to the International Data Corporation Worldwide Quarterly PC Tracker. Although still in decline and with continuing weakness in consumer and emerging market segments, the preliminary results are slightly better than a projected decline of -5.3%. The U.S. market continued to stabilize with growth near zero in line with forecasts. With shipments totaling 14.3 million PCs in 1Q14, the U.S. market contracted by -0.6% from the same quarter a year ago. Desktop shipments were slightly stronger, posting 3.5% growth, while portables remained in negative territory. Lenovo (LNVGY) preserved its lead in total worldwide PC shipments despite a seasonal drop due to the Chinese New Year. Growth in other regions continued at a solid pace although Latin America slowed after a dramatic expansion over the past year. HP (HPQ) remained in the number 2 position, with growth rising nicely to nearly 5% year on year. Dell grew over 9% in the first quarter.
06:14 EDTMSFTMicrosoft may release server orders to Taiwan ODMs, DigiTimes reports
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06:00 EDTIMPVImperva downgraded to Perform from Outperform at Oppenheimer
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05:40 EDTSAPAccenture, SAP expand global alliance through first-of-its-kind agreement
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