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June 9, 2014
08:41 EDTFFIV, WDC, HPQ, STX, ATEN, SNDK, INTCSeveral companies could benefit from data center upgrade, says Pacific Crest
Pacific Crest believes that Intel's (INTC) Grantley microporcessor, due to ship later this year, and the discontinuation of Windows Server 2003, could spark a data center upgrade cycle. The firm says that a data center revival would be most positive for Intel, Seagate (STX), Western Digital (WDC), SanDisk (SNDK), Hewlett-Packard (HPQ), F-5 Networks ( FFIV), and A10 Networks (ATEN). The firm keeps Outperform ratings on all the stocks named.
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April 8, 2015
20:17 EDTINTCAppeals court questions Google in patent dispute with Microsoft, Reuters says
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11:08 EDTFFIVCybersecurity stocks in focus after White House security breach
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09:36 EDTFFIVSingtel acquires cybersecurity company Trustwave for $810M
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April 7, 2015
16:55 EDTHPQXerox upgraded to Buy ahead of Q1 results at Citigroup
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15:03 EDTSTXSeagate April volatility elevated
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09:57 EDTINTCAltera negotiations with Intel continue, says dealReporter
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09:35 EDTSTXActive equity options trading on open
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08:06 EDTSTXSeagate says LaCie doubles capacity of Rugged Thunderbolt SSD
LaCie, the premium brand from Seagate Technology, announced that its Rugged Thunderbolt storage solution will be available in a 1 TB SSD capacity. With double the storage, the new LaCie Rugged is just as portable with no size or weight increase compared to the 500 GB offering.
07:52 EDTHPQHP, Microsoft partnering on solutions for auto, financial services industries
HP (HPQ) announced it is partnering with Microsoft (MSFT) to deliver solutions for the automotive, public sector and financial services industries to help organizations deliver differentiated products and create new revenue through mobile, web and social channels. HP and Microsoft are building a portfolio of business process accelerators and are delivering them as Business Process as-a-Service solutions, HP stated. HP Business Process as-a-Service solutions for Microsoft Dynamics services are available immediately worldwide. Reference Link
April 6, 2015
17:01 EDTINTCIntel to change financial reporting structure
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16:17 EDTSNDKOn The Fly: Closing Wrap
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15:58 EDTWDC, SNDKNeedham says an acquisition of SanDisk is unlikely
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13:35 EDTSNDK, STX, WDCSanDisk climbs after being identified as 'excellent' takeover target
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12:04 EDTSNDKStocks with call strike movement; SNDK AMAT
SanDisk (SNDK) July 75 call option implied volatility increased 2% to 36, Applied Materials (AMAT) October 26 call option implied volatility increased 5% to 36 according to IVolatility.
11:10 EDTSNDKSanDisk trades up, levels to watch
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10:58 EDTWDC, SNDKWestern Digital calls active on SanDisk speculation.
Western Digital (WDC) May 92 and 97 are active on 2,500 contracts versus 200 puts following a report by Susquehanna that speculates the company should consider an acquisition of SanDisk (SNDK). The firm believes Western Digital acquiring SanDisk's NAND supply and flash IP would be a transformational move for the company and a 35% premium, or $86 per share, purchase price for SanDisk would be accretive by year two.
10:39 EDTINTCQualcomm falls amid uncertainty about content in flagship Samsung phone
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08:33 EDTWDC, SNDKWestern Digital acquisition of SanDisk would be compelling, says Susquehanna
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08:11 EDTSNDKSanDisk an excellent takeover candidate, says Bernstein
Noting that SanDisk's stock has tumbled 40% from its high and 35% so far this year, Bernstein says the stock is now trading about 40% below its replacement value. The firm says the company is an excellent takeover target at these levels, since acquiring it would be far cheaper than building fabs organically. The firm adds that it believes that activist investors have become more interested in pushing for change at the company. Bernstein keeps a $100 price and Outperform rating on the shares.
April 5, 2015
08:43 EDTSTXAT&T, Philip Morris, eight others have reliable yields up to 5.7%, Barron's says
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