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Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Alibaba After $25 Billion IPO, iPhone 6 Sales (videos)

iPhone 6 Sales Top 10M: How to Read the First Weekend -
JMP Securities Senior Analyst Alex Gauna discusses iPhone 6 sales on “Bloomberg West.” (Source: Bloomberg--Sept 22)

Alibaba IPO: What's Next After $25 Billion? -
Wedbush Securities Technology Analyst Gil Luria wieghs in on the Alibaba IPO. He speaks on “In The Loop.” (Source: Bloomberg Sept 22)


PYMNTS.com

3 Reasons Why Healthcare Will Favor Google Over Apple
Forbes
Hardware: The line here has blurred considerably since Apple first ... with some fairly impressive specs (and 4.3 stars out of 5) on Amazon for $148.


Wall Street Journal

Weekend iPhone Sales Exceed 10 Million
Wall Street Journal
Andreas Gibson celebrates with employees outside the Fifth Avenue Apple store in New York after being the first to exit there with an iPhone 6 on ...
Apple Sells 10 Million New iPhones in First Weekend - New York Times
Apple sells 10M iPhone 6 and 6 Plus devices in first weekend - CNET


PC Advisor

How The Apple Watch Could Change The World Of Local SEO
Forbes
Apple Apple recently unveiled the up-and-coming sixth generation of its iPhone, ... Wearable technology, like SmartWatches and Google Glass, have ...


Forbes

Alibaba vs. Amazon: Who Will Win the Global E-Commerce War?
Forbes
This article is by Mohanbir Sawhney, professor, and Sanjay Khosla, senior fellow, at Kellogg School of Management. They are the authors of Fewer, ...


USA TODAY

Is Facebook one of the best US companies?
USA TODAY
As the world's largest social network, Facebook (FB) has arguably been the ... As the forerunner, Facebook has handled this pressure expertly. ... Taking a page from Google's enviable corporate culture playbook, Facebook makes ...


New York Times

China Clamps Down on Web, Pinching Companies Like Google
New York Times
American giants like Twitter and Facebook have long been censored by ... Even as Googleand other big technology companies have lobbied heavily for an ... In late July, antimonopoly investigators raided Microsoft offices in four ...


Wall Street Journal

German Amazon Workers on Strike
Wall Street Journal
Workers at the German warehouses of online retailer Amazon.de are on strike in Rheinberg, Germany. European Pressphoto Agency.

Google will (sort of) stop forcing Google Plus down your throat
Washington Post
The thing is, Google doesn't care about any of that. Why should it? The point of Google Plus was never to be a “Facebook killer,” despite what some ...

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