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Intellectual property has become a competitive weapon, especially in the mobile space.
The shift to digital advertising that drives SCOR's business is expected to ramp in 2012 and beyond.
The smartphone and tablet space will eventually consolidate to the top three to four players.
Balsillie and Lazaridis are never going to listen to Icahn, even if he spews fire and brimstone.
Whatever the Internet giant's reasons for acquiring Motorola's phone business, skepticism abounds.
That's how you have to look at Broadcom's monster bid for NetLogic Microsytems.
Given that there's little hope RIM will look into selling itself or its patents, the stock's strong run is likely near an end.
We must hold at least the top third of yesterday's range to keep the upside momentum intact.
This one is often lauded as a takeout candidate, but the chart tells a different story.
In its Motorola takeout, Google is likely planning for something much more ambitious -- and much more unlikely --than just acquisition of patents. For that reason, you should stay away from this stock.
Sellers of puts and calls have an incentive to keep volatility low over the next few days.
If the Motorola deal means it's getting into the hardware business, it's up against long odds.
Futures are headed lower ahead of a much-anticipated meeting between Sarkozy and Merkel.
The major indices are pointed higher after last week's tumultuous trade.