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Google's acquisition of DoubleClick wasn't much of a surprise since blogs and news coverage over the past few weeks have indicated that the company was in play and had several suitors, including Microsoft, Google, Yahoo and various others.But the big surprise happened over the weekend when we found out that Microsoft was building a coalition of companies to come out against the deal, and that the anti-trust poster-company was now playing the part of victim. Needless to say, this pot-calling-the-kettle-black legal strategy is raising some eyebrows.
Constellation Brands CEO Richard Sands joins the guys for a spirited discussion as they go behind the headlines and give you their take on ... Merck ... the railroads... and more. Find out where they're making fast money.
In Round 1 of tonight's Street Fight, Herb is lashing out at Tim for bullish comments he made a month ago on Sandisk (SNDK).
Flash memory maker SanDisk said Monday it will pair its new wireless music player with free and subscription music services from Yahoo.
Stocks finished higher during a holiday-shortened week, helped by a spate of merger announcements and an easing of geopolitical tensions after Iran released 15 British sailo
Stocks closed higher as diminished tension in the Middle East set a positive tone for the major market indexes, which remained resilient despite lukewarm economic data. "The resolution between Iran and Britain took a dark cloud away, it's the best of all worlds," said Dan McMahon, head of listed trading at CIBC World Markets.
It’s been a while since the boys have tussled with Herb Greenberg. Well, he’s back and he’s taking issue with Guy Adami's recent comments about Starbucks...
Okay--here's our current celebrity standings as of the market close on Thursday, 3/15. Overall their approach is still a lot more conservative than the majority of our non-celeb leaders - more stable companies and purchases spread across multiple stocks, and it might end up being a race to see who can lose the least. But that's probably to be expected....
Despite what you’re hearing these days, tech isn’t going to bottom any time soon. Don’t get bamboozled by hopeful analysts – hope is not a part of the equation.
Find out which stocks are moving and what traders are saying about them as they execute orders on the floor.
SanDisk, a maker of flash memory products, said Friday it is cutting about 250 jobs, or 10 percent of its global work force, and reducing all executive salaries in an effort to curb costs.
Micron Technology forecast that prices for memory chips used in consumer electronics would be down 30% to 40% this quarter from the previous one.
Wall Street lowered expectations for SanDisk after the computer memory maker said falling prices for flash memory will weigh on sales in the first quarter, but a handful of Wall Street analysts
SanDisk, a maker of flash memory cards for cellphones and digital cameras, reported a fourth-quarter net loss due to acquisition charges, but earnings before one-time items beat analysts estimates.
South Korea's Hynix Semiconductor posted a 35% rise in quarterly profit, soundly beating estimates, as strong sales of computer memory chips offset steep price drops for NAND chips.
Midnight tonight marks D-Day for Microsoft. That's when the software leviathan will finally release Vista, the long-awaited reincarnation of its Windows operating system (OS). Will the long wait and big investment pay off? Jim Goldman and Darren Rovell report from Silicon Valley and New York City.
Here we are, on the eve of the huge Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. We had pretty good anecdotal data from some of the industry's biggest names that 2006 was a strong year for the business, but now we have hard data, courtesy of the Consumer Electronics Association, the group hosting this week's event in Las Vegas. And 2007 looks even stronger!