Weird News of the Week I saw an advertisement in a major magazine where litigators are looking for shareholders of VMWare for a class action lawsuit. A Google search shows several recent results on the same story but here's one that's fairly explanatory.
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Too Many Cooks Spoil the Livelihoods of Thousands BusinessWeek (12/6/2008) did a great job of dissecting of what went wrong in the collapse of U. S.
A Different and More Optimistic View - Execs Confirm Many Prior AssumptionsLast week, Taleo’s Katy Murray, CFO, and Nate Swanson, Investor Relations, were kind enough to spend a few minutes with me to discuss my recent post on Taleo. The overall tone was positive and not the least bit defensive or confrontational.
A Holiday Gift for Litigators?Could this be the story of the year for 2009?
My Kingdom for Capital Expenditure FundingThe current meltdown on Wall Street is definitely having an impact on the technology sector. This week's recent earnings forecast from SAP rather convincingly showed us that the capital markets will adversely impact technology sales.
Did technology play a role in the financial services meltdown?A columnist for a major IT publication documented his positions on the role of IT in the current financial services meltdown.
NetSuite makes big Q3 year over year improvement in revenueNetSuite today announced its Q3 financials. The big headline was the increase in Q3 revenues.
Insights from a governmental filingCheck out the Bearingpoint 8-K the company filed this week.
Alas Liquidity Events, I Knew Them Well....If only wanting a liquidity event and getting it were that easy.
A Hurricane Ike for Tech Start-UpsVentureWire Alert (free subscription required) today reported that venture capitalists are advising their portfolio firms to prepare for a potential nuclear winter. One venture capitalist featured in today’s newsletter was quoted as telling firms “to slow down their burn rate, and not concentrate on pushing their valuations up”.