Bernstein Research analyst Carlos Kirjner released a note this morning upgrading Yahoo (NASDAQ: YHOO ) from a Market Perform rating to an Outperform, while giving the company a $40 price target. The report dove into a sum of the parts valuation, ... Street Sweeper, 1 month ago
Yahoo rallies on Bernstein upgrade, firm values Alibaba at $190B - Seeking Alpha, 1 month ago
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4:30 PM ET Nikesh Arora - SVP and Chief Business Officer Mark Mahaney - RBC Capital Markets LLC Carlos Kirjner - Sanford C. Bernstein & Co. LLC Colin Sebastian - Robert W. Baird & Co. Heather Bellini - Goldman Sachs & Co. Justin Post - Bank of ...Yahoo! Finance, 1 month ago
Posted 05:21 PM ET Amazon.com's widening push into cloud-computing services has the traditional IT industry bracing for more competition. Amazon Web Services, the cloud unit of the e-commerce leader, this month showcased its fast-growing cloud ...Investor's Business Daily, 2 weeks ago
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer attends the Salesforce.com annual trade show at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. A noisy protest on behalf of Wal-Mart workers briefly disrupted a talk by Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer during a major tech industry ...Stuff.co.nz, 2 weeks ago Yahoo's Marissa Mayer interrupted by Walmart protesters at Salesforce.com conference SiliconValley.com, 2 weeks ago
Shares are up 1.6% in after-market trading following the announcement. Yahoo disclosed the additional repurchase authorization as part of a larger finance plan that includes the raising of $1B in debt. The company says that it will privately sell ...Mail.com, 2 weeks ago Why Yahoo Stock Performance Has NOTHING to do with Yahoo.com InvestorPlace.com, 1 month ago
Jonathan Lu's first job after college wasn't what hed envisioned -- stuck at the reception desk at a Holiday Inn in Guangzhou, China. He had forgotten to fill out a page of his university entrance exam and instead of architecture school, he ended up ...Bloomberg, 2 weeks ago
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Capital sending by Internet companies led by Google (GOOG), Microsoft (MSFT), Amazon.com (AMZN) and Facebook (FB) will surge 55% in 2013 and another 22% next year, forecasts Goldman Sachs (GS) in a new "Web 2.0 capex" report. The Internet companies ...Yahoo! Singapore, 3 weeks ago Web Company Capital Spending Seen Surging 2013, 2014 Investor's Business Daily, 3 weeks ago
The city of Los Angeles board of supervisors voted unanimously Tuesday to send out a "request for proposal" (RFP) to ISPs for the build of a massive new fiber-based network that would bring 1 gigabit-per-second broadband to the whole city. Los ...Computerworld Norge, 3 weeks ago Google Fiber Fever Spreads to Los Angeles CIO Magazine, 3 weeks ago
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SAN FRANCISCO — Twitter priced its shares at $26 each late Wednesday, setting the stage for one of the largest technology initial public offerings ever. "We just priced our IPO" the company tweeted, attaching a screen shot of the offering ...USA Today, 3 weeks ago
Thestock has surpassed the nosebleed levels of 2011, right before the company crashed and burned trying to spin off its DVD business. Unfortunately for Netflix, it won't take that big of a screwup this time around to spark a sell-off. So investors ...MSN Money, 4 weeks ago
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