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January 23, 2013
13:12 EDTAGN, COH, CREE, MAPP, ISRG, GOOG, DGX, AMD, IBMOn The Fly: Midday Wrap
Stocks on Wall Street were higher at midday as the Dow was lifted by an advance in IBM (IBM) shares and the Nasdaq was similarly boosted by Google's (GOOG) outperformance. The S&P has been a laggard all morning, remaining near the flat line since the open, but is back in positive ground in afternoon trading... ECONOMIC EVENTS: In the U.S., the light economic calendar included the Home Price Index, which showed prices rose 0.6% in November, versus expectations for an increase of 0.7%. Also of note, the International Monetary Fund lowered its outlook for 2013 global output growth to 3.5% from 3.6%... COMPANY NEWS: IBM advanced over 5% at midday after its earnings report and guidance exceeded expectations. Google similarly reported earnings that beat consensus and price targets on its shares were raised all over The Street. Google advanced over 6% following the report... Among others reporting earnings last night and this morning, advancers included Cree (CREE), Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) and Intuitive Surgical (ISRG); decliners included Coach (COH) and Quest Diagnostics (DGX)... MAJOR MOVERS: Among the notable gainers not moving on earnings was MAP Pharmaceuticals (MAPP), which rose 58.6% to $24.71 after agreeing to be acquired by Allergan (AGN) for $25 per share. Allergan shares fell 1.2% following the announcement. Also lower were shares of Molycorp (MCP), which fell about 9% after disclosing it now sees Q4 and 1H13 production substantially lower than expected... INDICES: Near 1 pm ET, the Dow was up 67.87, or 0.49%, to 13,780.08; the Nasdaq was up 9.63, or 0.31%, to 3,152.81; and the S&P 500 was up 0.74, or 0.05%, to 1,493.30.
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May 19, 2015
13:05 EDTIBMSalesforce deal talks may have 'died down,' dealReporter says
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12:55 EDTAMDPC related stocks struggle after Morgan Stanley says PC turn won't come until Q3
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11:52 EDTGOOGDepartures raises concerns of Google's commitment to ecommerce, Re/code says
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11:05 EDTCOHRumor: Coach spikes up on renewed speculation of an activist investor stake
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10:47 EDTGOOGGoogle says 'no sacred cows' in rethink of Glass product, Financial Times says
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09:51 EDTGOOGYelp early strength attributed to talk of buyout
The early move higher in shares of Yelp is being attributed to speculation that Google (GOOG) may have interest in acquiring the online review site. The Wall Street Journal on May 7 reported that Yelp has hired banks to explore a sale. Shares of the company are up $1.05 to $47.61 in early trading.
09:03 EDTIBMIBM and United Business Group partner to accelerate hybrid cloud adoption
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08:34 EDTAMDApple introduces 15-inch MacBook Pro with Force Touch trackpad
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08:33 EDTAMDMorgan Stanley cautious in near-term on PC names
Morgan Stanley is more cautious on PC names near-term, given PC and HDD inventory builds quarter-to-date and weaker April ODM sales. The firm's analyst team continues to believe Q1 was a bottom in year-over-year growth, but now expects normal Q2 seasonal growth instead of above normal and thinks any recovery will likely be delayed until Q3. Morgan Stanley is cautiously optimistic on Western Digital (WDC) due to its diverse revenue drivers, sees value creation catalysts for Hewlett-Packard (HPQ) and believes Microsoft (MSFT) shares reflect the challenging PC market and Win 10. The firm is more cautious on semis such as NVIDIA (NVDA) given higher valuations, share loss at Advanced Micro (AMD), potential 2H margin pressure at Intel (INTC), and Morgan is cautious on PC DRAM stocks near-term due to weaker pricing.
08:20 EDTGOOGVerizon CFO sees net phone additions in Q2
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07:34 EDTIBMIBM invests in WayBlazer and Sellpoints
IBM announced two new investments in WayBlazer and Sellpoints to advance online travel and shopping apps powered by Watson. The announcement is part of IBM's $100M commitment to drive new innovations and business solutions that build on Watson and follows the company's recent investments in Modernizing Medicine and Pathway Genomics. The financial terms of IBM's investments were not disclosed.
06:59 EDTGOOGYouTube Kids app receives complaints of 'inappropriate content', WSJ says
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May 18, 2015
13:41 EDTCREECree sees Franco Plastina becoming CEO of Power and RF business post-IPO
In a regulatory filing earlier, Cree reported that on May 5, its board of directors appointed Franco Plastina as the company’s interim EVP, Power & RF, effective June 8. The company additionally noted that it expects Plastina to serve as CEO of Cree Power & RF Division upon the completion of its previously announced initial public offering. Plastina is presently a member of the company’s board, on which he has served since December 2007. Since May 2012, Plastina has served as president and founder of Arc & Company, an advisory and angel investment firm.
11:47 EDTGOOGAmazon unlikely hurt by Google Buy button in next 3 years, says Piper Jaffray
Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster said he does not expect Google's (GOOG) addition of a "Buy" button for mobile e-commerce hurting Amazon.com (AMZN) over the next 1 to 3 years, but he does believe Google's plan presents a longer-term threat to "chip away" at Amazon's growth rate. However, Munster thinks it will be "next to impossible" for Google to replicate Amazon's core infrastructure and customer experience and he keeps an Overweight rating and $475 price target on Amazon shares.
08:35 EDTCREECree submits registration statement for IPO of Power and RF Business
Cree announced that Cree’s wholly owned Power and RF subsidiary has submitted a draft registration statement on a confidential basis to the SEC for a potential initial public offering of the subsidiary’s class A common stock. The type and number of shares of stock to be sold and the price range for the proposed initial public offering has not yet been determined, although Cree intends to remain the majority stockholder of the subsidiary post offering. The initial public offering is expected to commence after the SEC completes its review process, subject to market and other conditions. The Power and RF subsidiary is raising capital to invest directly in the business to support targeted future growth. The offering would enable Cree management to focus on Cree’s LED and Lighting businesses, while also creating a dedicated focus on the Power and RF business. The company believes that this transaction should allow Cree shareholders to better realize the full value of both businesses, the company said.
08:22 EDTGOOGVerizon deal has multiple positive catalysts, says Wells Fargo
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07:59 EDTGOOGGoogle Buy button a natural fit for mobile shopping listings, says Baird
Baird noted Google added a Buy button to accompany mobile product listings and believes it will improve the company's e-commerce search competitiveness. Baird reiterated its Outperform rating and $690 price target on Google shares.
07:27 EDTIBM, CREEJPMorgan to hold a conference
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May 17, 2015
18:56 EDTGOOGGoogle to feature 'buy' button in sponsored search results, WSJ says
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16:50 EDTGOOGWhite House wavers on backing Google, Oracle in copyright suit, Reuters says
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