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December 11, 2012
07:23 EDTSCSC, DELL, SNX, CTXS, PLXS, AMD, EMC, MU, TECD, FLEX, IMRaymond James to host a conference
2012 Technology & IT Supply Chain Conference is being held in New York on December 11.
News For SCSC;FLEX;TECD;MU;EMC;AMD;PLXS;CTXS;SNX;DELL;IM From The Last 14 Days
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September 24, 2014
05:56 EDTAMD, EMCStocks with implied volatility above IV index mean; AMD EMC
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September 23, 2014
09:10 EDTMUMicron should deliver beat and raise results, says Wedbush
Wedbush expects Micron to report beat and raise Q4 results and provide upbeat commentary. The firm thinks that investor sentiment towards the name has stalled on concerns about unfavorable DRAM supply/demand dynamics in 2015. However, Wedbush remains bullish on the memory market supply/demand dynamics heading into 2015. It keeps a $37 price target and Outperform rating on the shares.
09:03 EDTEMC, EMCEMC would be a good fit for Hewlett-Packard , says CLSA
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08:34 EDTSCSCScansource completes acquisition of Imago Group
ScanSource closed its purchase of Imago Group. ScanSource announced the execution of a non-binding letter of intent to acquire Imago on August 21. With the closing, ScanSource has acquired Imago’s operations in the UK, France, and their recently acquired business in Germany. The acquisition of Imago represents the next step in ScanSource’s strategy to be the leading value-added distributor of video, voice and data solutions for resellers in Europe. ScanSource’s increased footprint will benefit resellers focused on collaboration solutions, by positioning them to support their end-user customers who need international deployments across Europe and the U.S. The acquisition is expected to be accretive to earnings per share and ROIC in the first year after closing, excluding one-time acquisition costs.
08:11 EDTTECDTech Data expands relationship with IBM
Tech Data (TECD) announced an expanded distribution agreement with IBM (IBM) to offer SoftLayer technologies to its channel of solution providers throughout the U.S. and Europe. The announcement was made in conjunction with Tech Data's Channel Link event.
08:09 EDTIMIngram Micro announces new strategies for its data capture/POS business
Ingram Micro announced its data capture/POS business' five new strategic technology pillars: payments, mobility, networking, omni-channel retailing, and Software-as-a-Service solutions for its channel partner value-add. Ingram Micro also named industry expert Jeff Yelton as the new executive director and general manager of its North America data capture/POS business. Yelton brings more than 30 years of channel and industry-specific experience to Ingram Micro, and previously served as the president of ScanSource POS and Barcode.
07:19 EDTEMCEMC's end game is a marriage with Cisco, says Macquarie
Macquarie views EMC's (EMC) merger talks with Hewlett-Packard (HPQ) as a "ploy" to bring Cisco (CSCO) to the bargaining table. The analyst is not surprised by reports that EMC's discussions with Hewlett-Packard stalled given the lack of synergies and views Cisco as a logical buyer due to strong synergies and defensive reasons. Macquarie said VMware (VMW) would make Cisco the leader in the growing Software Defined DataCenter market, allowing it to offer EMC a better deal than any other potential acquirer. Finally, the firm does not view the status-quo as a compelling option for EMC given the recent share strength, aggressive street estimates, and the upcoming retirement of Joe Tucci in February. Macquarie rates EMC a Neutral with a $32 price target, up from $28.
06:33 EDTEMCHP was primarily interested in EMC's VMware stake, Re/code reports
HP (HPQ) was interested in merging with EMC (EMC) primarily due to the latter company's 80% stake in VMware (VMW), according to Re/code, which cited unnamed sources. The deal discussed between HP and EMC was an all-stock transaction that would have created a combined company worth about $130B, Re/code stated. Reference Link
06:10 EDTEMC, AMDStocks with implied volatility above IV index mean; AMD EMC
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September 22, 2014
13:02 EDTEMCEMC exploring options ahead of CEO retirement, Bloomberg reports
EMC (EMC) is exploring strategic options ahead of the 2015 retirement of its CEO Joseph Tucci, Bloomberg reports, citing people familiar with the discussions. The options could include a full or partial sale, or a spinoff of VMware (VMW), Bloomberg added, citing sources.
12:50 EDTEMCEMC jumps after reports detail takeover talks
The shares of cloud application provider EMC (EMC) are rising in a down market after Wall Street Journal reported that the company had held talks about selling itself to HP (HPQ) and Dell. WHAT'S NEW: EMC held on-and-off merger talks with HP for almost a year, but those talks have ended, Wall Street Journal reported today. Dell also held talks with EMC about a takeover, the newspaper added. According to a CNBC’s David Faber, the takeover talks between HP and EMC went on for months, but the two sides couldn't agree on a price, as EMC wanted HP to pay a large premium to its stock price. Tiernan Ray of Barron's added today that the takeover talks between the companies could resume, citing a source. WHAT'S NOTABLE: The New York Post reported on September 11 that EMC was considering selling its 80% stake in cloud computing infrastructure provider VMware (VMW). UBS analyst Steven Milunovich responded to The Post's report by writing on the same day that EMC had become a potential takeover target itself. HP, Oracle (ORCL) and Cisco (CSCO) could buy EMC, the analyst wrote. PRICE ACTION: In early afternoon trading, EMC added 1% to $30, while VMware added 1% to $95.
12:26 EDTEMCEMC, HP merger talks could resume, Barron's reports
The merger talks between EMC (EMC) and HP (HPQ) could resume, Tiernan Ray of Barron's reports, citing a source. The companies had discussed HP selling its printer division, but only as "a down the road thing," once a deal was completed, Tiernan added, citing the source. Cisco (CSCO) and Oracle (ORCL) are still considered possible buyers for EMC, the reporter noted. Reference Link
09:20 EDTEMCEMC wanted large premium from HP in takeover, CNBC reports
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09:17 EDTEMCHP considered spinning off Printing, PC units, CNBC reports
09:16 EDTEMCEMC wanted large premium from HP, talks have ended, CNBC reports
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09:15 EDTEMCOn The Fly: Pre-market Movers
HIGHER: Sigma-Aldrich (SIAL), up 34% after Merck KGaA (MKGAY) to acquire the company for $17B... Viasystems (VIAS), up 44% after TTM Technologies (TTMI) acquires the company for $16.46 per share in cash and stock. TTM is up 15.5% after the deal... Clorox (CLX), up 5.4% after the New York Post said the company turned down offer to sell or merge with rival... EMC (EMC), up 2.5% after The Wall Street Journal said the company is considering options that could include merging with a rival and held on-and-off merger talks with Hewlett-Packard (HPQ) for almost a year, though the Journal added that those talks recently ended... Epiq Systems (EPIQ), up 9.9% after P2 Capital confirms 16.9% stake in Epiq and that the company turned down the shareholders' $20 per share takeover offer... Dresser-Rand (DRC), up 2.7% after the company sells to Siemens (SIEGY) for $83 per share or $7.6B... TAT Technologies (TATT), up 6.6% after a division of the company signed a maintenance agreement with Republic Airways (RJET). LOWER: Yahoo (YHOO), down 2.1% after stock was downgraded at Bank of America Merrill Lynch and at Bernstein... InvenSense (INVN), down 2.9% after downgraded at RW Baird... Threshold Pharmaceuticals (THLD), down 5.6% after TH-302 Phase 3 trial events to occur later than expected.
09:03 EDTMUMicron margin poised to expand, says Stifel
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08:05 EDTIMIngram Micro signs U.S. agreement with IBM's SoftLayer
Ingram Micro Cloud, a global division of Ingram Micro (IM), announced a new relationship with SoftLayer, an IBM company (IBM). Under the U.S. agreement, Ingram Micro is expanding its relationship with IBM and now offers SoftLayer cloud services to its mutual channel partners within the U.S. As part of the new relationship, Ingram Micro will be able to market, sell and support SoftLayer cloud services and drive solutions and cross-selling opportunities within its partner community and the Ingram Micro Cloud Marketplace. As a master Cloud Services Provider, Ingram Micro will also offer its cloud onboarding capabilities, marketing support, as well as end-to-end technical and operational support to its channel partners focused on building cloud solutions.
07:54 EDTEMCEMC volatility expected to move on explores merger reports
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06:11 EDTEMCEMC explores merger, holds talks with HP, Dell, WSJ reports
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