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Credit Suisse High-Quality Strong Momentum Stocks to Buy

The pricier the stock market gets, the more important it becomes for growth investors to make very sure the companies they are investing in are worth any premium valuation ...
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After SAP Purchase of Concur, Are These Stocks the Next Targets?

One way huge corporations can keep expanding growth and markets when organic internal growth slows down is to make an acquisition that can easily meshed into the acquiring company. SAP ...
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10 Best Technology Companies to Work For

No one knows more about a workplace than its employees. Employee opinions reflect basic measures, such as pay, perks, benefits, and hours worked. But they are also influenced by factors ...
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TIBCO Rejoins the Merger Rumor Mill – Not for the First Time

TIBCO Software Inc. (NASDAQ: TIBX) saw its shares fly in mid-afternoon trading on Wednesday. The culprit is old buyout rumors that just will not seem to go away. What is ...
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Amber Road IPO Races Off the Line

Amber Road Inc. (NYSE: AMBR) is a maker of cloud-based software for global trade management. The company held its initial public offering (IPO) Friday, selling 7.4 million shares at a ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Juniper, Microsoft, McDonald’s, Pandora, SAP and More

Earnings season is afoot, and analysts are making their 2014 portfolio predictions at the same time that investors are trying to decide how to position their portfolio for gains or ...
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Cloud Software Sales Boost SAP Earnings, Investors Not Impressed

SAP A.G. (NYSE: SAP) reported preliminary fourth-quarter and full-year 2013 results before markets opened Friday. The enterprise software company reported an adjusted quarterly operating profit of €2.09 billion ($2.8 billion) on ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: BofA, Micron, Starbucks, Twitter and More

We are halfway through the first full week of trading in 2014. Analysts are out in droves with many ratings changes this week, and some stocks have managed to pull ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Cisco, McDonald’s and More

This week marked the beginning of the end of earnings season, and stocks challenged all-time highs yet again. Investors and traders are looking for how to position themselves for 2014. ...
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Can Fracking Keep U.S. No.1 Oil Producer?

Two recent well-respected and long-running oil industry publications have proclaimed that booming production in North America, particularly in the U.S. shale fields, will hit a plateau as early as 2016 ...
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Who Is New BlackBerry CEO and Executive Chair John Chen?

BlackBerry Ltd. (NASDAQ: BBRY) has announced that its strategic review is over. Thorsten Heins is also out as CEO. John S. Chen will be executive chair of BlackBerry's board of ...
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Microsoft’s Strong Quarter, an Appropriate Farewell to Steve Ballmer

If Microsoft Corp. (NASDAQ: MSFT) had posted a long string of quarters similar to its most recent one, Steve Ballmer might not be on his way out the door as ...
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Why Oracle CEO Ellison’s Pay Does Not Matter

A new article in The Wall Street Journal that describes proxy adviser objections to Oracle Corp. (NASDAQ: ORCL) CEO Larry Ellison's pay follows months of uproar about his compensation. He ...
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BlackBerry: The Whole Worth Less Than the Sum of Its Parts?

The $4.7 billion buyout offer for BlackBerry Ltd. (NASDAQ: BBRY) from Canada's Fairfax Holdings could be in trouble. The investment firm, led by former BlackBerry chairman Prem Watsa, apparently is ...
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Cisco, Google May Consider BlackBerry Bid — Reuters

Reuters has come out with a story, which, if true, would seem improbable. Apparently Cisco Systems Inc. (NASDAQ: CSCO), Google Inc. (NASDAQ: GOOG) and Europe's SAP A.G. (NYSE: SAP) have ...
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