3 Things to Know Following BlackBerry’s Annual Meeting

BlackBerry (BRRY) released their Q1 earnings on June 23 with mixed signals. Non-GAAP revenue missed expectations by $47 million, falling 36% on the year to $424 million. The company’s annual meeting provides insight into its operations and provides hope for investors worried about global economic turmoil. Three key takeaways from the company’s annual meeting are: 1.     Software Growth Projected to […]

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3 Bargain Stocks to Consider on June 20

The S&P 500 has remained relatively unimpressive this year, leading to investors searching for bargain stocks to round out their portfolios. Three bargain stocks to consider as of June 20, 2016 are: 1.     General Motors (GM) General Motors offers a 5.23% dividend yield and declared its first dividend after going bankrupt in January 2014. GM has raised its dividend twice […]

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Microsoft’s Integration Plan Following $26.2 Billion Acquisition of LinkedIn

Microsoft (MSFT) and LinkedIn (LNKD) announced on Monday that Microsoft will acquire LinkedIn in a deal valued at $26.2 billion. The all-cash deal is the largest acquisition in Microsoft’s history and is an attempt for the technology giant to move into the world of social media. Microsoft’s CEO Satya Nadella spoke to analysts on a conference call to discuss the […]

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Apple Boosts R&D Spending by $4.7 Billion

Analysts and investors are quick to bash Apple (AAPL) when their iPhone sales slip, forgetting that the company has hundreds of billions in cash at its disposal. Morgan Stanley recently released an evaluation that indicated Apple boosted its R&D spending by $4.7 billion in the last three years, with the majority of the cash going into the company’s automotive endeavors. […]

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2 Dominant Tech Stocks for Long-Term Investors

Investors’ affinity with tech stocks often leads to high returns and profits. Fast-growth stocks often see their growth fade over time, but two stocks have positioned themselves perfectly for long-term success. Expedia (EXPE) Expedia is a dominant force in the online travel industry. Considered an online travel agency, the company controls 75% of the US market and 10% of the […]

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Google Ideas Becomes Alphabet Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL)’s Jigsaw

Alphabet Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL)’s web and policy think tank, Google Ideas, will now be known as Jigsaw. Executive chairman Eric Schmidt confirmed the changes and reiterated the tech incubator will now focus on developing tech solutions for geopolitical problems and attacks. Why Jigsaw Alphabet Inc initially named the project Jigsaw to illustrate that the world is a complex puzzle filled with physical and […]

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