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  • Article / 30 October 2015 at 11:40 GMT

    Earnings Watch: Facebook reigns supreme

    Head of Equity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Earnings Watch: Facebook reigns supreme
    Facebook is next week's most important earnings release with sell-side analysts expecting high growth on revenue and EPS. Our view is that Facebook is very likely to surprise against estimates and provide a bullish outlook driven by the new product roll-outs around Instagram.
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  • Editor’s Picks / 24 February 2015 at 13:16 GMT

    These tech firms are patently outperforming

    The technology sector is a big growth area, and patents are its lifeblood. The number of utility patents (for invention rather than design) handed out by the United States Patent and Trademark Office rose to over 300,000 last year, a record high. Tech firms that are awarded these patients can expect to enjoy significant R&D investment. So which companies are winning the most patents? This list from Fortune of the top eight patent-earning companies has IBM at the top of the pile, with Samsung in second. Google is the biggest surprise, in that its ascendancy onto the list seems to have come from nowhere.
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  • Editor’s Picks / 10 February 2015 at 0:56 GMT

    Qualcomm fined $975 million in China

    Qualcomm was fined $975 million by Chinese antitrust regulators, who set new terms for smartphone makers to license the chipmaker’s technology, writes Ian King for Bloomberg. The move ends an inquiry that threatened the US company’s growth in the biggest mobile market. China’s National Development and Reform Commission issued a decision that Qualcomm violated its anti-monopoly law. Qualcomm won’t challenge the decision, which includes the fine and imposes conditions on royalties charged on phones sold in China. The investigation has lasted more than a year and affected Qualcomm’s ability to collect licensing revenue in China.
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