Thursday, January 04, 2007

January 4 Roundup

Analysts in the news for January 4:

  • Ed Snyder at Charter Equity Research and James Faucette at Pacific Crest Securities via Crain's Chicago Business about Be better prepared could be new Moto slogan
  • Jim Penhune at Strategy Analytics via about Forget the triple playwireless ups the ante
  • Craig J. Mathias at Farpoint Group via Computerworld about The time is now for fixed/mobile convergence
  • Neil Strother at NPD Group via the Chicago Tribune about 'Q' phone adding network
  • Citigroup’s Daryl Armstrong via Barron’s Online Tech Trader Daily about Motorola (MOT): Citi Trims Estimates, Price Target On Weak KRZR Sales
  • Sandeep Malhorta at Merrill Lynch via Barron’s Online Tech Trader Daily about Nokia (NOK): Merrill Says Q4 Will Show Eroding Margins, Lower Average Prices
  • Philip Solis at ABI Research about Rumor Analysis: Nokia Could be Sprint's Third Choice of WiMAX Vendor
  • Charter Equity Research analyst Ed Snyder via about Motorola cuts 4th-qtr view on cell phone results
  • Brian Modoff at Deutsche Bank and Mark Sue at RBC Capital Markets via about Motorola Says Fourth-Quarter Results Missed Forecast