It looks like Salesforce.com's (NYSE: CRM) earnings results might prove to be a short-term inflection point for the stock price. The company's earnings were solidly above estimates, but the stock has been under pressure in recent sessions. CRM reported EPS of $0.31 versus Wall Street expectations of $0.26. Revenues were up 29.1% year over year.
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Everyone knows what traditional roadside flares are. If you don’t have them in your car, you might want to look into acquiring a few as they provide critical safety light to alert oncoming traffic at accident scenes and vehicle breakdowns. The only problem is that traditional roadside flares present many safety and environmental issues.
Activision is Abandoning the Guitar Hero Franchise
KUNEKT Corporation looking to expand across the globe
Recently , president of Kunekt reported that the company is forming an advisory board whose function will be to assist the company in executing its business plan to design, build and market affordably priced, quality mobile devices in developing and developed countries, starting with China and India.
The Oxen Group Initiates Coverage of Take-Two Interactive at Buy, Price Target at $24
Take-Two Interactive was made on the Grand Theft Auto line of games. The popular third-person, crime-laden game created by subsidiary Rockstar Games pushed the limits of what a video game could do and what topics it could cover. The company has not looked back since and still prides itself on violence-laden video games.
How the Apple(AAPL) and Verizon(VZ) Deal is Bigger Than The iPhone
The Oxen Report: Not Exciting, But Double Down in RealD Makes Sense
Good morning to everyone. It has been a very great week for us with a number of solid positions and green results. Yesterday, we were able to close three positions in the green with our Midterm Trade in NWSA, Short Sale in GFIG, and Short Sale in AXAS. We closed these three positions for gains of 4.7%, 2.55%, and 2%, respectively.