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Alphabet, Facebook, IBM: Who Might Buy Twitter?

With next week’s earnings report from Twitter Inc. (NYSE: TWTR) expected to be dismal, the stock looks unlikely to reverse to the upside, and it could easily continue its downtrend ...
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Why Solid Earnings Aren’t Enough For LinkedIn Investors

LinkedIn Corp. (NYSE: LNKD) reported fourth-quarter financial results after the markets closed on Thursday. The company had $0.94 in earnings per share (EPS) on $862 million in revenue. That compared ...
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What to Expect From LinkedIn Earnings

Linkedin Corp. (NYSE: LNKD) is scheduled to report its fourth-quarter financial results after the markets close. The consensus estimates from Thomson Reuters call for $0.78 in earnings per share (EPS) ...
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How Match Swiped Left on Earnings

Match Group Inc. (NASDAQ: MTCH) reported its fourth-quarter financial results after the markets closed on Tuesday. The company had $0.24 in earnings per share (EPS) on $267.6 million in revenue, ...
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Why Twitter Now Is Not Facebook Back in 2013

We all remember how embarrassing Facebook Inc.’s (NASDAQ: FB) initial public offering (IPO) was back in May 2012. A glitch involving one of the underwriters, the near immediate fall below ...
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Why Analysts Are Even More Bullish on Facebook for 2016 and Beyond

Facebook Inc. (NASDAQ: FB) posted solid fourth-quarter earnings this past week, which catapulted the stock to a new all-time high. Needless to say, analysts absolutely loved this report. 24/7 Wall ...
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4 Top Stocks to Buy Now That Did or Can Blow Away Earnings

Despite all the doom and gloom, most of which emanates from the energy sector, there are some parts of the stock market that are coming in with big numbers and ...
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Twitter Short Interest Drops to 53.6 Million

Shares sold short in Twitter Inc. (NYSE: TWTR) dropped 6.8% to 53.6 million in the two-week period that ended January 15. The modest tick down came despite deepening trouble in ...
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Facebook Earnings Show Solid User, Ad Growth

Facebook Inc. (NASDAQ: FB) released its fourth-quarter and full-year 2015 earnings results after markets closed on Wednesday. For the quarter, the social media company posted adjusted diluted earnings per share ...
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What to Expect From Facebook Earnings

Facebook Inc. (NASDAQ: FB) is scheduled to report its fourth quarter financial results after the markets closed on Wednesday. The consensus estimates from Thomson Reuters call for $0.68 in earnings ...
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Nielsen to Use Facebook in Ratings, May Cripple Some Shows

Nielsen has caught up to the rest of the world. Its old model of counting television viewers has not taken into account related activity on social media. Playing catch up, ...
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Why Foursquare and Twitter Are Worth Less

According to several sources, Foursquare, the social location app company, raised $45 million, as its valuation fell by nearly 50% from its peak of $650 million. Its ad-supported business model ...
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RBC Lists Top 10 Internet Surprises for 2016

At the end of each year, or in January of the new year, pundits of all shapes, sizes and merit come out with predictions for the new year. The topics ...
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Did GameStop Sales Show Too Much Holiday Discounting?

On a day when stocks are trying to bounce from such a monumental sell-off, you might assume that GameStop Corp. (NYSE: GME) would be marching higher. After all, this is ...
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SunTrust Says Buy These 2 FANG Stocks Now on Huge Market Pullback

The last thing most investors were expecting was a monster sell-off, the largest on the first trading day in 15 years, to welcome in the new trading year. What it ...
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