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Big data startups pull in big money in 2013


Forget the Botched IPO: Facebook Is Back

Facebook (NASDAQ: FB) is back on track as it has finally began to dust off the effects of its botched IPO, among other business challenges. Facebook lost more than 50 percent in market value within four months of going public, after it slumped from its May 18, 2012 offer price of $38 per share to trade at $17.55 … Continue reading

Only Apple Can Stop Google

Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) is losing business to rival Google (NASDAQ: GOOG), if the latest reports are to be believed. Bloomberg published a report titled, “Apple App Advantage Eroded as Google Narrows IPhone Lead.” The iPhone maker is indeed facing some of the worst times in its history as market competition intensifies across the board. Apple’s App business is staring at an … Continue reading

Analysts Tick Amazon’s Price Rally: But Could It Be Approaching A Black Spot?

Amazon.com (NASDAQ: AMZN) was one of the most impressive tech stocks in 2012. The e-commerce giant rallied 40 percent during the period; it is now up about 8.5 percent in 2013. Amazon seems to be ready to carry on last year’s rally through 2013, and possibly beyond. Indeed, even analysts are being wooed to believing that Amazon is likely … Continue reading

Apple Falls Below $500, A Rolling Stone?

`A rolling stone gathers no moss’, is a saying coined by Publilius Syrus, a Syrian slave turned Author in Italy, in the 1st century BC. He used it to refer to “People who are always moving, with no roots in one place, avoiding responsibilities and cares. However, the quote also refers to stagnation, or inability … Continue reading

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