Techquity: China vs.Google, more trouble for HP's board
Tuesday, March 05, 2013 - 03:39
Mar 5 - China takes issue with Google's dominance while several Hewlett-Packard directors face opposition.
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Praise and scorn for Google. China complain that company has too much control over Smartphone industry. No joke. A paper from China's ministry of industry says Google's Android mobile operating system dominates the market. And is discriminating against some Chinese companies by delaying the sharing of codes. Local -- discuss report Tuesday after appeared online last week. It also points out China's research and development in the mobile operating system sector is too dependent on android build makes no recommendations. Google declined comment. Back in the US Jeffries is raising its price target on the stock joining the 1000 dollar clump up. For 875. Analyst sunny increased revenue from retailers overseas have to pay -- -- a product listings on Google shopping. As one reason for their inquiries. As the Dow hits a record high so is doable again the stock up about 2%. Best of the rest today dal the planet -- computer maker private facing more scrutiny. Southeastern capital management demanding that company opened its books. Largest -- -- outside -- at more than 8% of shares made the request and regulatory filing. Is already come out against the point four billion dollar deal headed by Michael balance overly partners saying it undervalues the firm. A spokesman for Dell declined to comment. Shares trading above the thirteen 65 offer price and are up fractionally today. Hewlett-Packard also facing more scrutiny. Proxy advisor from ISS recommending shareholders vote against the reelection chairman railing and two other board members. And blames them for conducting an adequate due diligence. Head -- HP's disastrous parts of software maker autonomy. Eight feet of a massive write down autonomy value after executives accused former autonomy executives of accounting fraud. Each -- as a fully supports the directors shares of Dow component up 2% today. Now judging by this picture. You think German chancellor Angola -- now that Chester new Blackberry. But here's the big picture for government has just no -- to purchase of 5000 of the new Blackberry -- ten phones. All things digital Alter reports of the German the only one of the largest contracts for the Blackberry and so far. It's a relief for the Canadian Smartphone maker which is seen several US agencies ditch its older phones for iphones. But Britain's telegraph reports it to retailers have slashed the price this weekend in the last few days this comes just less than one month after the launch. Not exactly a good sign for a company that is county on the -- -- recovery. -- duties at its source surveys indicate modest physique and sales in the UK and Canada. And with no expected pricing advantage when -- and eighties in the US later this month imports is Blackberry will struggle to reclaim market share. Shares are down fractionally but about 30% below their 52 week high reached earlier this year. Storing and sputtering time. Our look at movers or is Microstrategy. FBR capital raising its rating on the software -- from market perform to outperform. Shares up 9%. And sputtering millennial media -- starting coverage of the mobile advertising firm with a hold rating shares down nearly 4% to 52 week -- And that's kept putting this Tuesday and everything falls on Twitter RTRs ten but he. I'm Fred Katayama and this is --
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