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  1. IBM Vs. Social Media: Real Financial Engineering

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    Wed, 3 Sep 2014

    By Workhorse Investor : IBM (NYSE: IBM ) is a big tech name in a sector filled with a constant influx of young blood. The company, at over one hundred years old, has successfully

  2. Swatch prefers go-it-alone route for smartwatch plans

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    Sun, 31 Aug 2014

    BIEL (Switzerland) (Reuters) - Swatch Group is happy to go it alone with a launch next year of watches with "smart" features to compete with so-called wearable gadgets from the big tech companies, a market potentially worth $93 billion.

  3. South Korea’s Influence on Asia is Hard to Ignore

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    Tue, 12 Aug 2014

    instance, basically got its start during the Asian financial crisis when the Korean government was making a push for the big tech players to source more from smaller companies in the country. Dilip : Korean GDP per capita is amongst the highest in Asia—it’s a trillion-dollar economy, and unlike

  4. Alibaba’s IPO: What’s behind the ‘Thousand-pound Gorilla’?

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    Wed, 14 May 2014

    School graduate and former New Yorker, holds 3.6%. Alibaba’s U.S. arrival will have a ripple effect on other big tech companies, predicts Lawrence Hrebiniak, Wharton emeritus professor of management, who questions what Yahoo will do with its coming windfall, and how it will deploy

  5. Which Tech Names Can Survive in a Device-Driven World?

    Video Reports

    Wed, 17 Jul 2013

    Burkett; he is our tech strategist. We're going to talk about the upcoming earnings season and what he expects from the big tech companies. Grady, thanks for joining me. Grady Burkett: Thanks for having me, Jeremy. Glaser: So, let's talk

    big tech found at 0:11

    talk about the upcoming earnings season and what he expects from the big tech companies. Grady, thanks for joining me. Grady Burkett: Thanks for having me, Jeremy. Glaser: So, let's talk a little bit about some
  6. A Dividend and Slow Growth or Fast Growth With No Dividend?

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    Sun, 5 May 2013

    by eBay and Google GOOG is sort of on the edge of being a competitor. I believe it would be relatively easy for some big tech company to duplicate the Amazon business model, and begin to take market share... When you add all these elements

  7. How VCs Are Driving a Tech-valuation ‘Feeding Frenzy’

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    Fri, 12 Apr 2013

    and currently is valued at $2.8 billion.) Such inflated valuations are not the norm in the tech sector today. “ Big tech companies are [trading at] less than 20 times earnings,” he points out, citing as examples the valuations of market leaders Google

  8. Big Tech Stocks at Bargain Prices

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    Fri, 5 Apr 2013

    The tech giants don't deserve to be ostracized, because they represent some of the best values in the stock market.

  9. Top Dividend-Paying Stocks Held by Our Ultimate Stock-Pickers

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    Tue, 19 Mar 2013

    resistant earnings and a nice dividend yield. I look at Big Tech and see a lot of bad capital allocation practices--it ..... about consistency, maybe the managers and directors in Big Tech are scared--scared that they'll be displaced technologically

  10. Don't Shun Dividends if Tax Rates Rise

    Video Reports

    Fri, 9 Nov 2012

    stocks now trade at 14, 15, 16 times earnings and with big tech firms you'll find stocks trading at 10 times. Well ..... put the premium on the growth anymore. And by the way big tech isn't growing like it used to either. Now I'm not

    big tech found at 5:15

    utilities stocks now trade at 14, 15, 16 times earnings and with big tech firms you'll find stocks trading at 10 times. Well, that's because investors now put the premium on the income. They don't put the premium on the growth anymore. And by the way big tech isn't growing like it used to either. Now I'm not going to say that that justifies paying just any price for dividend,
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