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The GE Deal: Smoke and Mirrors

Mark Twain famously said that there are lies, damn lies, and statistics.  In the world of finance where numbers drive decisions every second of every day, it can be ...

Comcast's Demise: Greatly Exaggerated

One of the most enjoyable awards given out each year, the Consumerist's Golden Poo, goes to Fortune 500 companies that have downright awful experiences for their ...

The Aerospace Industry is Delivering Science Fiction

The third time is a charm, or at least that's the view that Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina holds, presenting a national security plan to the voters of ...

Has Priceline's Growth Tapped Out?

With all the advantages that an Internet company has over its brick-and-mortar competition, there's little reason for any entrepreneur to choose the latter business over the ...

Sierra Wireless: The Ultimate Value Buy

How many companies can watch their stock plummet by 50% or more in the span of only thirty days and remain competitive on the market?  Most CEOs would be shown the door in ...

Virtual Reality's Payday Fast Approaches

The staples of science fiction become more and more realistic by the day as technology allows us to experience the world about is in brand-new fashions.  While we've ...

NXP Semiconductors -- Crushing The Web Market

Do you have to understand the intricacies of a company and its products in order to entrust your money to their stocks?  It's easy to understand the process behind, ...

Google Is Losing The Social Media War

In the Internet business, there's Google and then there's the competition running about ten laps behind.  Everything about the tech giant dominates the capitalism ...

AMD Is On Life Support

Semiconductors represent a pivotal aspect of the tech industry by providing computer circuitry with electronics that can amplify or diminish the conducting charges and thus ...

How Apple Is Killing It, Yet Again

Every decade comes a new evolution for Apple Computers that turns out to be the newest big thing on the market.  In 1997, Apple released the colorful iMac line of computers ...

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