Unlike several large and individual investors, Eric Jackson, Ironfire Capital, doesn't own any Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) stock and he doesn't see any reason to change that any time soon. Jackson was on CNBC recently to explain why. "I like the ... Benzinga.com, 4 weeks ago
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Eric Jackson, Ironfire Capital, says Tim Cook has made one big mistake whileNBCNews.com, 4 weeks ago
Twitter Inc (NYSE: TWTR) shares were down about 2 percent on Wednesday, Jack Dorsey's first day as interim CEO. Eric Jackson, Ironfire Capital, was on CNBC to discuss who is best suited to replace Jack Dorsey as the permanent CEO of Twitter and his ...Benzinga.com, 1 month ago Video: Adam Bain most likely for TWTR: Pro NBCNews.com, 1 month ago
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Amidst a two-day selling spree in the stock market, losses from tight-lipped tech giant Apple have been front and center. That has created chatter on whether global concerns about China, a major consumer market, should hamper the iPhone maker. ...CNBC, 4 days ago
Lots of people aren't convinced by Disney CEO Bob Iger's argument that ESPN will continue to dominate for years to come
(David McNew/Reuters) Disney CEO Bob Iger. Disney shares are tanking (down 9% at the time of writing) following the company's quarterly earnings release on Tuesday. It appears investors are spooked about ESPN and whether the recent dent in its ...Yahoo! UK and Ireland, 3 weeks ago
(Photo by Bill Pugliano/) Twitter Interim CEO and co-founder Jack Dorsey Twitter's stock plunged by more than 15% last week after leadershipgave Wall Street an ugly report on the state of the company . The sell-off shaved billions of dollars ...Yahoo! Singapore, 3 weeks ago
Yelp is in a 'death spiral,' industry expert says The business reviews site has suffered a string of blows this week, including the departure of its high-profile board chairman. Can it regain its footing?
Yelp, run by CEO Jeremy Stoppelman, saw its stock tank this week. Getty Tell someone about the week Yelp has had, and they might want to cry. The local business and reviews service has suffered a string of blows over the past few days, starting ...CNET.co.uk, 4 weeks ago
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