Twitter Inc (NYSE:TWTR) getting acquired this year is mostly speculation and Google acquiring Twitter especially so. Both are immense success stories in their own rights but there is no complementarity between the two companies that makes an acquisition inevitable.
Twitter Is A-Changin’
Twitter has often been accused of not innovating its platform fast enough and compared negatively with a platform Read more [...]
Can companies maintain their competitive edge across the centuries? As technology makes rapid strides, it’s certainly tougher and tougher for companies to endure. International Business Machines Corp. (NYSE:IBM) and General Electric Company (NYSE:GE) are examples of two companies that seem to have managed this difficult feat.
Is Firing 100,000 Employees The Solution to IBM’s Woes?
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Germany is a leader in alternative energy sources that are clean, green and renewable. No wonder BMW and Volkswagen are committed to their hybrid vehicles. Tesla Motors Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) should take notice of the BMW and Volkswagen collaboration. The German carmakers might given even stronger competition to Tesla than the Japanese carmakers.
Tesla Superchargers And Other Fast Chargers
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Netflix Inc. (NASDAQ:NFLX), in recent times, had become a favorite for investors, due to its growing stock potential and improving company performance which only forecasted a strengthening stock. However, last quarter’s financial reports showed a very dismal position of the company, which resulted in the overall share price of Netflix Inc. (NASDAQ:NFLX) operating at the NASDAQ stock exchange to fall Read more [...]
According to recent analyst predictions, American Eagle (NYSE:AEO), among two other companies, are in the red zone of avoiding the payment of dividends to their investors.
There are many types of investors in the corporate world, most of which use the stock exchange to invest in companies. Some investors are flash investors, which invest in a company’s shares when they are at their cheapest, and Read more [...]
The stock price of Yahoo Inc. (NASDAQ:YHOO) was in a trench until Marissa Mayer became the CEO of the company. Dan Loeb, the activist hedge fund manager literally forced Yahoo’s Board members into giving the post to Ms. Mayer and this was potentially the best decision the company’s board made. Although Ms. Mayer has had a lot of critics, the company’s stock price has increased about 200% under Read more [...]