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January 31, 2014
06:43 EDTAAPL, LNVGY, HPQ, IBM, SSNLF, GOOGLenovo's CEO remakes the company to be a global player, Bloomberg reports
Lenovo Group CEO Yang Yuanqing is betting that moving aggressively into North America will help give him the scale to better compete against Apple (AAPL) and Samsung Electronics (SSNLF) in smartphones and against Dell and Hewlett-Packard (HPQ) in servers, reports Bloomberg. He's now made two major deals, spending $5B for Google's (GOOG) Motorola mobile-phone business and IBM's (IBM) low-end server business. “We dream to become a global player,” says Yang, “You must be a global player to have global presence. Only being in China and emerging markets is not enough.” Reference Link
News For LNVGY;GOOG;IBM;AAPL;SSNLF;HPQ From The Last 14 Days
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August 17, 2015
19:00 EDTGOOGGoogle targets 2016 U.S. launch for modular smartphone project
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18:46 EDTAAPLGerman carriers prepare for September launch of next iPhone, AppleInsider says
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17:44 EDTAAPLApple says services, store, cloud may be down for some users, Bloomberg reports
16:14 EDTGOOGParkway Properties signs deal to bring Google Fiber to certain properties
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16:00 EDTAAPLOptions Update; August 17, 2015
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12:42 EDTGOOGGoogle says testing Project Sunroof
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10:05 EDTAAPLApple preparing first Kangaroo bond, Reuters reports
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09:38 EDTAAPLActive equity options trading on open
Active equity options trading on open: AAPL FB BAC MU NFLX TWTR HUN TSLA BABA MSFT
09:14 EDTHPQHP Q3 results have modest expectations at UBS
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09:03 EDTLNVGYLenovo, StorMagic to offer software-defined-storage for small business
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08:22 EDTAAPLSprint customers can upgrade iPhone anytime, included in monthly rate
Sprint (S) announced that customers can upgrade their Apple (AAPL) iPhone anytime, included in their monthly rate. New and upgrade eligible Sprint customers can get iPhone for just $22 per month with iPhone Forever. Anytime customers don't have the latest iPhone, they are eligible to upgrade. They bring their iPhone, upgrade on the spot and away they go. It's that simple. iPhone Forever is available on any eligible Sprint rate plan and upgrade eligibility is always included in your price. New or existing customers who are upgrade eligible can bring in any smartphone and get a 16GB iPhone 6 model and their monthly rate will be reduced to just $15 until their next upgrade. As a special promotion, customers who get iPhone 6 and upgrade before December 31 continue with the discount price of $15 until their next upgrade.
07:56 EDTHPQHP Q3 results have modest expectations at UBS
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07:54 EDTAAPLApple iPhone sales likely to fall in start of fiscal 2016, says Pacific Crest
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07:39 EDTIBMTMC to hold a conference
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07:30 EDTLNVGYLenovo weakness overdone, says Bernstein
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06:52 EDTHPQHewlett-Packard August volatility elevated into Q3 and outlook
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06:38 EDTSSNLF, AAPLApple Watch revenue leader in wearable category, Business Insider reports
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06:03 EDTGOOGStocks with implied volatility below IV index mean; GMCR GOOG
Stocks with implied volatility below IV index mean; Keurig Green Mountain (GMCR) 38, Google (GOOG) 23 according to iVolatility.
August 16, 2015
19:34 EDTAAPLApple inquires about automotive testing facility, AP says
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13:59 EDTIBMIBM product development strategy leaves cause for concern, Barron's says
IBM's hefty dividend and buyback programs have expended upward of 80% of operating cash flow in the past three years, and the company's "thin" R&D investments should give investors a "reason to be concerned," Barron's contends in its 'Technology Trader' column. Reference Link
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