For the first time since December 2011, Apple’s stock has dipped below $400. Between hearing that demand for the iPad Mini could be dropping, the new iPhone could be delayed, and that there has been less demand for Apple products overall, investors tried to remove themselves from Apple as much [...]Read more ›
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Lenovo’s CEO Yang Yuanqing said, during an interview with Les Echos, that buying BlackBerry “could possibly make sense.” Lenovo has hinted at being interested in a BlackBerry acquisition, and BlackBerry’s CEO Thorsten Heins is not against working with other companies. Yang Yuanqing’s full statement read as follows: “[Acquiring Blackberry] could possibly [...]Read more ›
The Groupon Q4 Earnings Report has been released detailing both their quarter four and yearly results. Groupon took in $638.8 million in revenue during the last quarter of 2012 but suffered an operating loss of $12.9. On top of taking an operating loss, Groupon’s per share price went down by [...]Read more ›
Michael Dell has begun to take Dell down the road to make it private once again after being public on the stock market for 24 years. This move will require a shareholder-majority vote excluding Dell’s own vote. Dell has partnered with Microsoft and Silver Lake private equity firm to try and [...]Read more ›
BlackBerry, formally known as Research in Motion (RIM) will start publicly trading under its new name on February 4th. Since BlackBerry is based in Canada, they will trade on both the Toronta Stock Exchange as BB and then on NASDAQ as BBRY. BlackBerry’s CEO Thorsten announced this name change at the [...]Read more ›