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January 23, 2013
16:30 EDTFSLR, AGN, CREE, STRI, MAPP, HLF, MCP, COH, GOOG, IBM On The Fly: Closing Wrap
Stocks on Wall Street were higher following better than expected earnings from tech giants IBM (IBM) and Google (GOOG). Near midday, the House voted to extend the debt limit until May 19, as expected, and the markets did not react to the news. Eyes on the Street are focused on this evening's report from Nasdaq's largest component, Apple (AAPL)... 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 shares gained $8.64, or 4.41%, to $204.72 after its earnings report and guidance exceeded expectations. Google similarly reported earnings that beat consensus. A number of firms increased their price targets on shares, including Jefferies taking their target up to $875. Google advanced $38.63, or 5.5%, to $741.50 following its earnings report... Herbalife (HLF) was again in the news as Greenlight Capital's quarterly letter to investors made the rounds this afternoon. There was some speculation that the letter contained a veiled reference to a short position in Herbalife, however, The Wall Street Journal reported that Greenlight's David Einhorn told investors he does not currently have any bet on the stock. However, Einhorn admitted to profiting from a short position in Herbalife held in 2012 that has since been closed. Shares of Herbalife were down $1.13, or 2.56%, to $43.01 on the day... Among notable companies moving after reporting earnings were Cree (CREE), up $7.38, or 22.05%, to $40.85 after beating expectations, and Coach (COH), down $9.93, or 16.36%, to $50.75 after its earnings fell short of expectations and its Q4 SSS fell 2%... MAJOR MOVERS: Among notable gainers was MAP Pharmaceuticals (MAPP), which rose $9.13, or 58.6%, to $24.71 after it was announced last night that the company had agreed to be acquired by Allergan (AGN) for $25 per share. Allergan shares fell $1.10, or 1.04%, to $104.65 following the announcement. Among notable losers was Molycorp (MCP), which fell 95c, or 10.76%, to $7.88 after disclosing that the company sees Q4 and 1H13 production below expectations and shares were downgraded at Dahlman Rose. Also lower were shares of STR Holdings (STRI), down 79c, or 25.48%, to $2.31 after announcing last night that it expects to lose First Solar (FSLR) as a customer and shares were downgraded to Hold at Craig-Hallum... INDICES: The Dow was up 66.96, or 0.49%, to 13,779.17; the Nasdaq was up 10.49, or 0.33%, to 3,153.67; and the S&P 500 was up 2.22, or 0.15%, to 1,494.78.
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07:28 EDTGOOGAmazon looking to court game developers for Fire TV, NY Post reports
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06:20 EDTGOOGGoogle adds more photos, reviews to hotel business, WSJ says
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April 8, 2014
15:52 EDTGOOGGoogle Glass being tested by Air Force, VentureBeat says
The “BATMAN," or Battlefield Air Targeting Man-Aided (K)nowledge, team of the Air Force are beta testing Google Glass for possible use on the battlefield, reported VentureBeat. Himax Technologies (HIMX) is a supplier of components for Glass. Reference Link
15:41 EDTFSLRFirst Solar April volatility low on wide price movement
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13:27 EDTGOOGGoogle, Citrix to collaborate on Chromebooks
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08:08 EDTGOOGCost to Apple, Google, Intel, of 'no-poaching' deal may be high, DealBook says
Some of the of the biggest names in tech, including Apple (AAPL), Google (GOOG), Intel (INTC)and Adobe (ADBE), are at the center of a class-action suit that seeks $9B as compensation for employees who contend the tech giants colluded to prevent their employees from being hired at rivals, reported The New York Times' DealBook. Reference Link
07:45 EDTGOOGSkybox takeover report could pressure DigitalGlobe, says Piper Jaffray
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07:28 EDTIBMSecurity Innovation Network to hold a forum
IT Security Entrepreneurs Forum: ITSEF 2014 is being held in Mountain View, California on April 8-9.
07:12 EDTGOOGGoogle in early talks to buy Skybox Imaging, The Information reports
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06:48 EDTGOOGGoogle Glass catching on with companies, organizations, NY Times reports
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06:40 EDTGOOGAmazon Fire TV takes top spot on Amazon's best sellers list, TechCrunch reports
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06:07 EDTGOOGMicrosoft investing in 'invisible user interface' technology, WSJ reports
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April 7, 2014
14:18 EDTGOOGGoogle licenses booking software from Expedia-backed startup, Bloomberg says
Tech giant Google (GOOG), which has been bolstering its investments in travel, is now licensing hotel-booking software from Room 77, a startup backed by Expedia (EXPE), reported Bloomberg, citing a letter sent to Room 77 shareholders that was obtained by the news service. Other online travel agencies include Priceline Group (PCLN) and Orbitz Worldwide (OWW). Reference Link
10:26 EDTCREECree May volatility elevated at 58 on tight five-month price movement
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10:10 EDTIBMAnalyst sees 'golden' opportunity after software stocks decline
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07:55 EDTGOOGGoogle looks to appeal YouTube blackout in Turkey, WSJ says
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07:16 EDTGOOGRetailers muscle into competitive mobile payment market, Reuters says
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06:36 EDTGOOGApple's sales force worried about iPhone outlook, Re/code reports
Apple's (AAPL) sales force has been worried about weakness in the iPhone's market share, amid strong competition from Google's (GOOG) Android operating system, a document presented in a court case showed, Re/code reported on Friday. According to the internal Apple document, the only portions of the smartphone market showing growth were large devices costing more than $300 or devices that cost less than $300, the website stated. Reference Link
05:56 EDTGOOGStocks with implied volatility movement; GOOG XLK
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April 6, 2014
17:48 EDTGOOGGoogle set to announce Android TV, The Verge says
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