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April 30, 2015
06:10 EDTORCL, GOOGJefferies sees 'very low' probability of Salesforce takeover
Jefferies views the 12% rally in Salesforce (CRM) shares yesterday after Bloomberg reported the company is fielding takeover offers as an overreaction. The firm says the probability of a sale is "very low, especially with the stock already trading at an inflated valuation." It views Microsoft (MSFT) as the most likely suitor, with Oracle (ORCL), IBM (IBM) and Google (GOOG) potentially in the mix. Jefferies keeps an Underperform rating on Salesforce with a $49 price target. The stock closed yesterday up $7.76 to $74.65.
05:57 EDTORCL, GOOGMicrosoft, IBM, Oracle rumored as potential suitors, Re/code says
Potential suitors for (CRM), which is said to have hired financial advisers to handle takeover inquiries, may include Microsoft (MSFT), IBM (IBM), Google (GOOG) and Oracle (ORCL), Re/code's Arik Hesseldahl reports. Hesseldahl notes that Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff attended a dinner with Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella on Tuesday night, ahead of Microsoft's Build conference. Reference Link
05:46 EDTORCLStocks with implied volatility movement; CRM ORCL
Stocks with implied volatility movement; Salesforce (CRM) 57, Oracle (ORCL) 21 according to iVolatility.
April 29, 2015
17:16 EDTORCLSalesforce could be worth $100/share in a takeover, says JPMorgan
After Bloomberg reported this afternoon that Salesforce has hired bankers to field takeover inquiries, JPMorgan analyst Mark Murphy told investors that he believes the stock could be worth $100 in a buyout. Shares closed the trading day up $7.76 to $74.65. A deal would be the largest in software history, and only a short list of companies could pull it off, Murphy wrote. Those companies are Microsoft (MSFT), Oracle (ORCL), IBM (IBM) and SAP (SAP), he believes. After pointing out JPMorgan has "no conclusive evidence to confirm or dispel the speculation," Murphy noted Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff was sitting in the front row of the Microsoft Build Conference this morning and that Oracle just raised $10B of debt. The analyst calls Salesforce a "rare asset" and the "pioneering leader of the cloud computing." He has an Overweight rating on the shares.
16:11 EDTARRSARRIS sees Q2 adjusted EPS 53c-58c, consensus 58c
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16:10 EDTARRSARRIS reports Q1 adjusted EPS 44c, consensus 44c
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14:58 EDTORCLSalesforce hires bankers after approach by potential buyer, Bloomberg says
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14:52 EDTGOOGMicrosoft announces new toolkits, tools, cloud and productivity services
Microsoft (MSFT) announced new features in Windows 10 and unveiled a set of software development kits to help developers bring their code for the Web, .NET, Win32, Google's (GOOG) Android and Apple's (AAPL) iOS to Windows 10. At the company's annual Build developer conference, the company declared its ambition to have 1B active Windows 10 devices by FY18. New features for Microsoft Edge, the new browser for Windows 10, were also unveiled, offering developers better discoverability of their apps and future extensibility with JavaScript and HTML. Microsoft also announced new Microsoft Azure data services for intelligent applications; Visual Studio and .NET tools and runtimes for Windows, Mac and Linux; and APIs that enable developers to build rich apps with Office 365.
14:48 EDTORCLOracle May weekly volatility elevated
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14:22 EDTGOOGMicrosoft: Android, iOS apps can easily transfer to Windows 10, TechCrunch says
Microsoft (MSFT) announced that Google (GOOG) Android and Apple (AAPL) iOS app developers will be able to easily translate applications to Windows 10 devices, reports TechCrunch, citing comments made at Microsoft's Build developer conference. Microsoft noted that developers can "reuse nearly all the Java and C++ code" in Android apps, while iOS developers will be able to reuse Objective-C code. Reference Link
12:33 EDTGOOGBattleground: Bulls, bears debate Twitter after revenue miss
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10:08 EDTMDRXHigh option volume stocks
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10:02 EDTGOOGMicrosoft awarded patent for emotion detecting eyewear, WSJ says
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09:18 EDTGOOGGoogle patents keyboard with trackpad taking place of spacebar, Quartz says
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08:35 EDTGOOGTwitter growth thesis remains intact, says Canaccord
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05:37 EDTARRSARRIS announces partnership with Akamai
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April 28, 2015
19:01 EDTGOOGMicrosoft may allow Android apps on Windows 10 devices, Thurrott says
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15:43 EDTGOOGTwitter announces partnership with Google's DoubleClick
Twitter (TWTR) announced a partnership with Google's (GOOG) DoubleClick platform to improve advertising performance measurement and attribution for Twitter direct response marketers. As part of the partnership, Twitter will also make its inventory available through the DoubleClick Bid Manager, making it easier for clients who prefer to centralize their buying through DBM to create and manage campaigns on Twitter.
09:32 EDTGOOGYouTube announces partnerships with content creators, AwesomenessTV
Google's YouTube announced partnerships with four content creators to help bring their next big original series to life on YouTube: Fine Brothers, Prank vs. Prank, Joey Graceffa and Smosh. Also, YouTube announced a new collaboration with AwesomenessTV. Together, the two will release several feature length films over the next two years, all driven by YouTube stars and developed and produced by AwesomenessTV’s Brian Robbins. Reference Link
09:19 EDTGOOGGoogle valuation attractive, says Argus
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