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AMD posts terrible quarterly results, exiting micro server market

04/17, 8:20am

Wall Street estimates missed badly, stock taking a hit

Chip manufacturer AMD continues its financial slide. AMD yesterday announced revenue for the first quarter of 2015 of $1.03 billion, an operating loss of $137 million and net loss of $180 million, or $0.23 per share. AMD's results fell far short of Wall Street estimates for the company, which is attempting to maintain consistent profitability.

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Netflix passes 60M paid subscriber milestone in quarterly results

04/16, 5:22pm

Over 40M Netflix subscribers in United States, $1.57B total revenue

Netflix has crossed the 60 million members barrier, the streaming service revealed in its latest quarterly results. Globally, it now has 62.27 million members in total, 59.62 million of which are paid, and reflects a quarterly increase of 4.88 million users. In the United States, total members reached 41.4 million, with paid subscribers nudging past another milestone, with 40.32 million subscribers.

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Nokia acquiring Alcatel-Lucent for $16.5 billion

04/15, 8:19am

Acquisition will help Nokia bolster network services, research efforts

Nokia has confirmed rumors it was interested in acquiring Alcatel-Lucent to increase its network technology holdings, by announcing it will do just that. Subject to shareholder and regulatory approval, the boards of the two companies have agreed to a purchase price of 15.6 billion euros ($16.5 billion) in stock, more than double the cost of what Microsoft paid for Nokia's mobile business.

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Nokia may sell Here maps business to focus on wireless networks

04/12, 8:24pm

Rumored sale of Here could aid Nokia in acquiring Alcatel-Lucent wireless business

Nokia is looking into the possibility of selling off its mapping business and apps, a report claims. The remains of the company, following the sale of its smartphone business to Microsoft last year for $7.2 billion, is apparently planning to hand off its Here maps business in order to focus on its wireless network division, and is said to have already received some interest.

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UK Diverted Profits Tax in effect today; $1B to flow into UK coffers

04/01, 2:23pm

Contested tax code a patch for decades of tax law allowing Irish loophole

As previously reported, the Diverted Profits Tax, also known as the "Google Tax," has come into effect in the United Kingdom today with very few changes to the proposed law. The tax law requires companies to list revenue and profit from other countries, aiding officials to determine if profits are being transferred elsewhere against UK tax code and making them subject to the tax.

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Remaining RadioShack stores to receive Sprint co-branding treatment

04/01, 7:45am

Proposal to rescue majority of 1,740 RadioShack stores approved by bankruptcy court

A plan to co-brand the majority of remaining RadioShack stores with Sprint has been approved by a US bankruptcy court. The approval will give the carrier a large number of extra outlets, with its brand appearing on the signage of a number of the 1,740 remaining RadioShack locations, as part of a wider plan to try and keep the stores open and to safeguard approximately 7,500 jobs.

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Briefly: Apple Q2 report April 27, Maps Connect expands again

03/31, 5:18pm

Apple to release fiscal second quarter report on April 27

Apple has announced that it will reveal the results of its fiscal second quarter of the year (which ends today) on Monday, April 27 at 2PM Pacific, or 5PM Eastern. The company generally offers a press release shortly after US markets close at 4PM Eastern. Analysts are expecting sales to be up from the year-ago quarter, but down around 25 percent from the holiday quarter.

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Best Buy completes assimilation of Future Shop brand, 66 stores closed

03/28, 10:35am

Remainder of locations will re-open on April 4 with Best Buy branding

Canadian technology retailer Future Shop has essentially been absorbed into parent company Best Buy overnight. While 66 locations were completely shut down overnight, 65 locations will be reborn as Best Buy stores on April 4. Reports scattered across Canada are seeing employees being notified of the closure and their future employment status as they arrive for a Saturday shift at the store.

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Blackberry posts $28 million quarterly profit, falling revenue

03/27, 11:57am

CEO calls recovery on track, Wall Street not so sure

BlackBerry is declaring a win on restructuring efforts, despite plummeting revenue. The company today reported a profit of $28 million for the last quarter despite currency exchange issues, and still falling sales. Wall Street was expecting a $5 million loss on the quarter, with $734 million in revenue -- well more than realized by the company.

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Telefonica agrees to sell O2 UK to Hutchison Whampoa for £10.25B

03/25, 8:00am

Acquisition of rival carrier by Three owner could create largest UK mobile carrier

The owner of British carrier O2 has agreed to sell the company to Hutchison Whampoa, the result of negotiations between the two owners which started in January. Telefonica, the owner of O2, has confirmed it will be handing over the carrier for £10.25 billion ($1.53 billion), with the deal still to receive regulatory approval before it can close completely.

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Italian government claims Apple owes $1 billion in taxes, suit likely

03/24, 11:23am

Raid in 2013 first step in hunting down diverted Apple profits

The Italian government has concluded its investigation into Apple's tax practices in the country, and diversion of profits generated in Italy to its Ireland operation. The investigation's completion, which spans tax years 2008 through 2013, paves the way for the Italian government bring Apple to trial in Italy with nearly $1 billion in taxes owed at stake, though it is unclear if the government found enough evidence of any malfeasance to bring the case forward.

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AT&T continues Title II use to escape lawsuits, fines despite disdain

03/21, 10:19am

FCC agrees with read of Title II, denies smaller companies fees from AT&T

AT&T continues to use Title II regulation as a tool to escape lawsuits and fees, while publicly deriding the mandate. In a court ruling this week, the telecommunications giant utilized its Title II status with the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to escape fees from Great Lakes Comnet (GLC) and Westphalia Telephone Company (WTC) imposed for " interstate access services under an unlawful tariff."

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HTC brings on co-founder Cher Wang as new CEO

03/20, 10:57am

Ex-CEO Peter Chou remaining in inventive role

Attempting to reverse sliding fortunes, electronics manufacturer HTC's board of directors has appointed co-founder Cher Wang as the company's new chief executive. She replaces Peter Chou, who is headed for a role as the leader of the company's new HTC Future Development lab, and will focus on future growth for the company. Over the last two years, Wang had been increasingly involved in the running of various aspects of the business.

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Apple's Tim Cook interviewed: talks products, collaboration, Jobs

03/18, 2:39pm

CEO vows to improve quality, says collaboration is why Apple is better

Following an excerpt from the forthcoming biography called Becoming Steve Jobs about the mercurial co-founder and former CEO of Apple, the company's current leader Tim Cook was interviewed by Fast Company about what has changed -- and what has stayed the same -- since Jobs' untimely death in 2011. In the wide-ranging conversation, Cook owns up to some growing pains, but says the spirit of Jobs lives on.

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Apple CEO Cook calls stock pundit Jim Cramer, talks innovation

03/13, 2:00pm

Congratulates host on 10-year anniversary of 'Mad Money' stock show

Say what you want about CNBC financial host Jim Cramer, but he found a way to making talking about stocks for a good portion of the day interesting through a combination of hair-on-fire histrionics and old-fashioned physical comedy. On the occasion of the Mad Money show's tenth anniversary, Apple CEO Tim Cook called in as a surprise to congratulate Cramer, saying that "we love the fact that you highlight innovation as a centerpiece of your show." Cramer took the opportunity to praise Cook as well.

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Intel reduces revenue prediction by $1 billion, citing slow sales

03/12, 11:25am

Company expects $12.8 billion plus or minus $300 million

Intel has released new financial guidance, cutting its revenue prediction dramatically. Noting lower demand for desktops and declining inventory levels at retail of non-tablet computers, the company has reduced its first quarter revenue estimate to $12.8 billion, versus the $13.7 billon it was expecting, and informed investors of the changes that will now be made in its last quarterly earnings report.

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Shareholders re-elect Apple board, reject most shareholder proposals

03/10, 3:02pm

Cook commits to more work on diversity, dodges questions on board opening, Tesla

The annual Apple shareholders' meeting was held on Tuesday at Apple headquarters in Cupertino, with shareholders re-electing the entire board of directors, expressing confidence in the management team, and following Apple's recommendations on various proposals. The board was re-elected with 95 percent approval, but Apple CEO Tim Cook notably avoided questions about diversity on Apple's board, as well as shareholder questions about a possible Tesla relationship.

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Apple Watch: Ive, Cook meet the press; first joke iWatch app developed

03/06, 4:41pm

Product debut build-up resulting in rare access to CEO and design chief

A new interview with Apple design head Sir Jonathan Ive and recent remarks by CEO Tim Cook are shedding some light (and building up hype) for both the Apple Watch and the current outlook of the company and the men who run it. Ive, in an interview with London's Financial Times, explains the rationale behind the development of the Apple Watch, while Cook expanded on his view on privacy, and Apple's industry leadership. In other news, a forthcoming Apple Watch app has already set the bar to a new low.

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Dow Jones shoving AT&T off industrial average, replacing with Apple

03/06, 9:20am

Move happens March 18 at close of trading

Apple stock is going to supplant AT&T's on the Dow Jones Industrial Average. After market close on March 18, Apple will be listed on the average, with the low-performing AT&T being pulled. The move was precipitated by a Visa four-to-one stock split, effective on the same date. Apple's seven-to-one split last summer brought the stock price down closer to the median price in the DJIA.

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Follow-ups: Apple working on A123 settlement; Apple Pay adds banks

03/04, 3:03am

Apple files notice with judge that it is in talks with battery tech company

After our recent story two weeks ago about litigation being brought against Apple for poaching battery engineers and scientists from A123 Systems (an automotive and vertical-market energy research firm), Apple has informed the judge in the case that it is seeking a settlement and is in talks with the company. Apple had recruited former A123 Chief Technical Office Mujeeb Ijaz, who then helped Apple poach several of his former colleagues from A123.

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Google investors worry that Apple will not renew iOS search deal

03/03, 1:29pm

Revenue from iOS makes up 10 percent of gross revenue, UBS claims

Being the default search engine option in iOS is such an important position that losing it could cost Google around 10 percent of its gross annual revenue, according to a new analysis by investment bank UBS. The advertising giant is at risk to lose upwards of $8 billion if it should lose the default search engine position, a real possibility with the deal between Google and Apple coming up for renewal. Investors are worried that Apple will refuse to renew the arrangement.

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Cook: Apple launching full-on assault on wallet-carrying

02/27, 5:16pm

Apple Watch, abilities will expand over time, replace car keys as well

In a new interview with the UK newspaper the Telegraph, Apple CEO Tim Cook has revealed a few new tidbits about the forthcoming Apple Watch, as well as some of the larger vision behind such innovations as the watch, and Apple Pay, and Touch ID -- an all-out attempt to reduce the ephemera people need to carry with them, from wallets to car keys. In the same report, Cook also confirmed that Apple will "tweak" its retail look to accommodate Apple Watch buyers, who are likely to be even more upscale than average Apple customers.

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China regulators block governmental purchases of Apple, Intel hardware

02/26, 8:15am

Cisco, Citrix also banned; government cites security concerns

A weekend move by China has stricken Apple, Intel, Cisco, Citrix, and McAfee from approved vendors for governmental purchase. Ostentibly to protect national security interests, the move appears to be more about giving state run and other Chinese companies a leg up on procurements in the country, similar to regulations inside the US government that does the same.

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Cook visits Germany, tweets remembrance of Jobs' birthday

02/24, 3:51pm

Reason Cook is in Germany not clear, pays visit to Bild tabloid newspaper

Apple CEO Tim Cook was spotted in Berlin, Germany on Tuesday, spending a portion of his day with the editors of the German tabloid paper Bild, though the reasons for the visit were not made clear. Cook may be in Germany for a variety of reasons, ranging from meetings with EU bankers to help forge European Apple Pay agreements, to overseeing the last of the glass panels for the Apple Campus 2, or on his way to Israel to help open the new Apple R&D center there. While in Germany, he tweeted a remembrance of what would have been Steve Jobs' 60th birthday.

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AAPL: Analysts revise estimates as North American sales increase

02/23, 7:14pm

Current boost to stock may render estimates irrelevant even as they are published

A number of analysts revised their expectations for Apple's stock last week -- only to watch those year-end estimates melt in the face of the stock's current performance, which ended trading on Monday at yet another all-time high of $133 per share. The combination of much better-than-expected sales in the holiday quarter and the increasing interest in Apple's other initiatives -- ranging from Apple Pay to forthcoming products like the Apple Watch and a possible-but-far-off car design -- has sent the stock skyrocketing.

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Sony CEO confirms change of focus from smartphones, TV to gaming

02/22, 4:49pm

Sony aiming for $4.2B annual profit within three years

Sony's survival could involve Sony pulling out of more business areas, in order to concentrate on its imaging and entertainment divisions. Seemingly confirming earlier reports, CEO Kazou Hirai's new strategy will now depend on its camera sensor sales and the success of the PlayStation gaming arm to increase its operating profit 25-fold within the next three years, at a cost of minimizing its other businesses.

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Apple closes week with new record high, market cap totals

02/20, 5:37pm

Company still riding streak from record iPhone, Mac sales

In what has now started to become a routine occurrence, AAPL on Friday ended the week with a new all-time record high for its stock, as well as its market capitalization. The stock closed on Friday at a price of $129.49 per share, though it is down a nickel in after-hours trading at the time of this article. The market cap for the company now stands at $754.28 billion after the stock rose 0.81 percent on the day, compared to $710 billion just 10 days ago.

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T-Mobile Q4 financial results show $101M profit on $8.15B revenue

02/20, 12:34am

CEO claims T-Mobile now third-largest US carrier

T-Mobile managed to post great results in its fourth quarter financial report, with the carrier's $101 million profit equating to 12 cents per share, reversing the 12 cents per share loss in the previous quarter. Revenues are also up 19.4-percent year-on-year, reaching $8.15 billion, with the company overall beating analyst expectations of a 5 cent EPS and revenues of $7.89 billion.

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Samsung acquires LoopPay, main Apple Pay competitor

02/18, 4:13pm

Cross-platform LoopPay PIN-based; data stored locally, not in the cloud

Samsung Electronics today confirmed that it has agreed to acquire LoopPay, the mobile wallet solutions provider that turns existing magnetic stripe readers into contactless receivers. LoopPay's technology has the potential to work in approximately 90 percent of existing point-of-sale (POS) terminals, according to Samsung research, with no investment in new infrastructure required by merchants.

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Apple boosts banks supporting Apple Pay to 84, many more coming

02/18, 11:11am

First Bank, Morgan Stanley added to roster of Apple Pay banks

Apple has added 19 new banks in a February addition update. Notable additions include the Credit Union of Southern California, FirstBank, and Morgan Stanley. The new additions bring the total of banks supporting Apple's service to 84. Apple CEO Tim Cook claimed during a Goldman Sachs tech conference that over 2,000 banks and credit unions would support the service by the end of the year worldwide.

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Investors raise estimates on AAPL in response to streak, future

02/12, 7:18pm

JP Morgan, Piper Jaffray, Icahn all call for higher targets in 2015

Thanks to both the recent record-shattering performance of the company as well as known forthcoming debuts, a number of analysts have recently revised their target goals for Apple stock. While pundits are clearly guessing on things like how well the Apple Watch or the next iPad revision will sell, the solid performance of the iPhone, rising Mac sales, and success of other foundational technologies give the company a likely bright future for 2015.

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Munster sees fall Apple TV refresh, denies 2015 Apple television set

02/12, 4:00pm

Analyst famous for Apple television prediction changes mind for 2015

Apple pundit and Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster has changed tack from his normal annual predictions of an Apple-branded television set for this year, and now believes that a refreshed Apple TV will be seen in the fall 2015 product refresh. While he still believes an Apple television is inevitable, a revamped and upgraded fourth generation Apple TV will bridge the gap between a set top, and a full set, he has told clients.

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Apple updates supplier report, bans worker recruitment fees

02/11, 8:12pm

Progress made on conflict-free smelters, fallback on overtime issues

On Wednesday, Apple updated its annual Supplier Responsibility Report, and for the most part reported continued progress in its struggle to ensure that workers in its Asian factories are not suffering abuse or dangerous conditions. The biggest change in the report is that Apple has barred recruitment firms and employers from charging workers any fee to get jobs on its assembly lines. The iPhone maker also noted that it increased supplier audits by 40 percent in 2014.

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AAPL breaks new high of $122, now at $710B market cap

02/10, 5:28pm

Apple holds new record as first company to pass $700 billion

During Tim Cook's interview at an investor's conference today in San Francisco, Goldman Sachs President and COO Gary Cohn told Cook that his company, Apple, had become the first publicly-traded company to ever top $700 billion in market capitalization, and the stock also closed the day at a new record high of $122.02 per share. The peaks come just a under a week after the previous all-time high last Wednesday, following a record-shattering holiday quarter.

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Tim Cook to address Goldman Sachs conference

02/10, 3:22pm

Apple CEO expected to reiterate previous statements on product pipeline

Apple CEO Tim Cook will again be a speaker at this afternoon's Goldman Sachs Technology and Internet Conference, taking place in San Francisco. Cook will be among numerous tech company speakers, including executives from Seagate, NetApp, SanDisk, AMD, ZenDesk, and Jive Software, among others. Cook will address the conference at 12:30PM PT (3:30PM ET) today, and the audio stream is being carried live by Apple on its investor web page.

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Microsoft, Samsung Android patent battle ends again, terms secret

02/10, 9:16am

Deal likely reverts to 2011 patent agreement between MS, Samsung

Microsoft and Samsung have ceased the most recent round of legal hostilities over unpaid Android patent royalties due to the Surface maker. As expected, very few details are known about the deal, with both companies identically saying little more than "Samsung and Microsoft are pleased to announce that they have ended their contract dispute in US court as well as the ICC arbitration. Terms of the agreement are confidential."

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Verizon raising $15B with wireline sale, leasing of wireless towers

02/08, 9:14am

Verizon wireline operations in Florida, Texas, California being sold for $10B

Verizon is raising a large amount of cash, by selling some of its wireline operations to another company for $10.54 billion. It is not the only transaction Verizon is performing, as it is leasing the rights to some of its wireless towers to a third party, bringing in another $5 billion, with the company also announcing an accelerated share-repurchase program worth $5 billion.

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Twitter blames Apple for missing Wall Street monthly user estimates

02/06, 9:30am

Financial results slightly lower than expected, iOS 8 pinned for loss

In the quarterly conference call discussing Twitter's financial results, Chief Financial Officer Anthony Noto pointed to Apple's iOS 8 rollout as the reason why the company's monthly active users figure was short by four million members, at least in part. While initially a throwaway line in the discussion, the company's CEO has clarified the remarks somewhat, and has pointed specifically to iOS Twitter integration, and features in the new Safari as specific reasons for the user drop.

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RadioShack files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy

02/05, 8:32pm

Up to 1,750 RadioShack stores to be co-branded Sprint, according to filing

Electronics retailer RadioShack has applied for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. Following a week of speculation, the troubled company filed its papers earlier today, and confirmed plans to sell off a large proportion of its stores to Sprint and Standard General, one which will provide the carrier with a considerable boost to its overall outlet count.

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AAPL sets new record high daily close

02/04, 10:01pm

Company now closing in on $700 billion in value

Apple's stock closed on Wednesday at a new all-time high, closing at $119.56 for the day, breaking the record set on November 26 when it closed at $119 even. The company, now valued at $696.41 billion -- more than a third more than the next most valuable publicly-traded company -- recently reported the best all-time quarterly revenue and profit of any company ever. The latest peak comes after a spike a week ago, following the results of the quarter.

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Under Armour pays $560M for MapMyFitness, Endomondo

02/04, 8:28pm

Fitness app acquisitions help bolster Under Armour platorm

Sports apparel brand Under Armour has made another set of acquisitions, buying two well-known fitness apps for over half a billion dollars. The company picked up MyFitnessPal and Endomondo, two cross-platform apps, which Under Armour will combine with its previous purchase of MapMyFitness to increase its holdings in the quantified self and fitness platform market.

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Crowdfunding Critic: Typed blogging platform

02/04, 2:58am

Rapidweaver, Clear devs bring distraction-free writing to blog publishing

Every so often, we like to bring our readers' attention to crowdfunding efforts or projects that catch our eye and might be something you'd be interested in investing in. None of these crowdsourcing projects pay us or anything like that for the attention; we pick them based on what we think are their merits, and share them with you for your consideration for no reward, just the joy of helping cool new projects get off the ground. This week, we're looking at blogging platform Typed.

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Sony Online Entertainment sold to investment firm, rebranded

02/02, 7:27pm

Ex-Sony development studio free to work on other platforms

Sony has sold off Sony Online Entertainment, an in-house game development studio and publisher known for Everquest, Planetside 2, and other massively multiplayer online games. The sale was confirmed today by the company and places the studio in the hands of investment management firm Columbus Nova, though as part of the transaction terms, it has to lose the Sony branding and be renamed Daybreak Game Company.

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Bloomberg: RadioShack in talks to sell half of stores to Sprint

02/02, 4:02pm

Negotiations could lead to rebranding of half Radioshack stores, shuttering of remainder

RadioShack may be preparing to close its chain of electronics stores, according to a report. The troubled retail chain, which revealed it was close to bankruptcy last month, is said to be in discussions to sell approximately half of its store leases to Sprint, shuttering the rest and effectively ending the 94-year-old company's life as a brick-and-mortar retailer.

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Apple plans new $5 billion bond offering

02/02, 11:50am

Money will presumably finance ongoing dividends and buybacks

Apple will soon sell another $5 billion in bonds, according to the Associated Press. Earlier today, the company notified the US Securities and Exchange Commission about the sale; while the submitted documents don't mention any rates or amounts, the AP says the total will be $5 billion, and likely issued in a mix of floating-rate five-year notes and fixed-rate notes with timespans ranging from seven to 30 years. Goldman Sachs and Deutsche Bank are managing the sale.

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Jay Z looks to join streaming music industry by acquiring Aspiro

01/30, 9:57am

Parent company of Tidal, WiMP agrees to $56M acquisition by rapper

Rapper Jay Z is moving into the streaming music business, by attempting to acquire the parent company of two services. A press release and local media reports claim management of Swedish company Aspiro AB has agreed to the takeover by Jay Z's own companies, with the acquisition deal said to be worth approximately 464 million krona ($56 million).

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Google posts increased earnings in quarterly report, misses estimates

01/29, 7:48pm

Net income of $4.76B up year-on-year, fails to meet Wall Street expectations

Google managed to bring in gross consolidated revenues of $18.1 billion for the last quarter, a year-on-year increase of 15 percent and up from the previous quarter's $16.52 billion, according to its latest financial results. Increased traffic acquisition costs (TAC) of $3.62 billion bringing the ex-TAC revenues down to $14 billion. Net income also increased to $4.76 billion from $3.38 billion the same period last year, but the search company failed to meet analyst expectations.

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Prime membership rescues Amazon from loss, $241 million profit posted

01/29, 6:37pm

Sales up 15 percent to $29.3 billion, Amazon Prime boost credited

Amazon released its fourth quarter and annual numbers today, through a its investor relations site and a web cast conference call. Prime service membership was called out as a key contributing factor towards increases in Q4 and full year 2014 numbers, with new Prime membership growing slightly faster in markets outside North America.

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Samsung fourth-quarter, fiscal year 2014 results shows drop in profits

01/29, 2:23am

Chip segment strong, but not enough to make up for lagging smartphone segment

Samsung released its Q4 and FY 2014 results today, and as expected, the news was not good. The past three years have resulted in growth for the company, but fiscal 2014 shows an annual earnings decline, in spite of strong performance by the company's chip division. The earnings from smartphones, tablets, and other mobile devices fell to 1.96 trillion Korean won ($1.8 billion), a 64.2 percent decline from the year-ago quarter. The news comes on the heels of a record-shattering report from its main rival, Apple.

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R&D at Apple increases by 42 percent, hits $1.9B

01/29, 1:00am

Increasing figure still a fraction of cost incurred by rivals

Although the iPhone now makes up some 69 percent of Apple's revenues, it will not always do so -- and thus the company is undoubtedly working on at least one product that is destined to be the successor (in terms of revenue) to the iPhone, which itself displaced the iPod as the company's top money-maker. Barely mentioned in the conference call with analysts but noted in the breakdown of expenses, Apple has significantly increased spending on research and development (R&D).

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