Aided by a big tech selloff, Travelzoo ( TZOO -3.6% ) has fallen nearly 10% since announcing this week local deals chief Mark Webb is leaving
By Anup Singh : Chip maker Ambarella ( AMBA ) is having a tough time this year. Shares are down 13% this year already. However, with Ambarella reporting solid financial growth in the previous quarter and the future looking bright, investors should consider buying the stock for the long run. Recent
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
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
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
The tech giants don't deserve to be ostracized, because they represent some of the best values in the stock market.
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
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
incomplete idea, thought or concept. An idea that invites additions and/or alterations. Here's my "half baked" idea. Big , tech companies like Kodak, H-P and many others are struggling to find profitability in this uncertain, but certainly smaller
BURLINGAME, Calif., March 21 (Reuters) - Royal Dutch Shell Plc's CEO challenged major technology firms to speed up the pace of energy-related innovation, admitting his own industry had trouble...