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Techquity: YouTube fight, Pandora rocks say analysts

Friday, August 16, 2013 - 03:11

Aug 16 - Google and Microsoft battle over YouTube app while Pandora gets positive comments from brokerages.

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Google and Microsoft search -- blocked Microsoft's YouTube -- for its Windows Phone again. My ex us firsthand look like -- patrolling the app blocked -- bat and that's the way Google makes money that's good news service there's no way to company would allow. My accessed -- verdict revised version of the app allows that who blocked it anyway -- it did so because the app didn't running its channel five. Alliance atlas programs to run multiple operating systems that's an odd reason. And that Britain specifically from Microsoft's phone should work a lot better than one -- a channel five in other words looks like it's making up excuses to block via. Most likely reason. Who doesn't want to make windows phones more appealing to users. And selling it they close the wind here the feds are concerned about the company acting like a monopolist. That's what helped Google considerate or he won the mobile or android is no reason for the -- take such risks. Who was roughly flat today trading near three month low and Microsoft's up fractionally treating the military's this year. Alibaba a Chinese Internet commerce commerce firms figure out where should hold with fifteen billion dollar IPO. Hong Kong being natural choice but the American exchanges are hoping to persuade founder Jack not a list in the US instead -- according to the south China morning post. New York Stock Exchange nasdaq's biggest weapon. It both allow companies to have super voting shares. That's what allows tech executives like Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg and -- mark Pincus to control what other companies which just a small chunk of stock. So -- here you can sell the stock to keep control. Hardly any interest average investors it -- -- companies like their personal toys. For example allow it to stick around no matter how -- their performance are turning down offers to by the company in the win. US exchanges are in a race to the bottom corporate governance and investors should be wary of any tech company that treats stockholders like second class citizens. Wall Street warming up Internet radio and specifically pandora had its results next week. JPMorgan thinks it's cap on free listening in here earlier this year is being higher subscription -- The stock -- this top small cap but the price target Twitter bucks. Goldman Sachs upgraded the stock to buy from neutral saying it's expected aggregate our performance. As the average hard to become more comfortable buying time line. And it's under appreciate large user base which helps to compete with rivals on the lifting its price started 27 dollars from eighteen. Shares -- 6% today in in new 2013 high. And finally glamorous and geek -- the book describes Yahoo! CEO numerous admired a lengthy piece in the current issue here's three things we -- to batter in the article. The reason -- twelve is a lucky number. She turns effortlessly articulate when discussing technology and how she impressed Tumblr CEO David Karp. That's take -- this Friday remember you can follow us on Twitter -- art Harris technique. I'm rob Syrians and this is writers.

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Techquity: YouTube fight, Pandora rocks say analysts

Friday, August 16, 2013 - 03:11