Friday, March 23, 2007

March 23 Roundup

Analysts in the news for March 23:

  • Mark Sue at RBC Capital Markets, Cowen & Co. analyst Matt Hoffman, Brian Modoff at Deutsche Bank Securities and Albert Lin at American Technology Research via the Chicago Tribune about Motorola shares take a tumble - Analysts: Recovery unlikely until 2008
  • Michael Gartenberg at JupiterResearch and Tavis McCourt at Morgan Keegan via the San Jose Mercury News about Record Treo sales lift Palm revenue
  • Mark Kirstein at iSuppli, Mark Donovan at M:Metrics, Mike Goodman and Linda Barrabee at the Yankee Group via The Hollywood Reporter about Obstacles slowing mobile game growth
  • James Faucette at Pacific Crest Securities, Tim Bajarin at Creative Strategies, Gartner analyst Todd Kort, Rob Sanderson at American Technology Research, Avi Greengart at Current Analysis and Bill Hughes at In-Stat via about Palm shares traded heavily amidst rumors of sale
  • Hugues De La Vergne at Gartner, Charles Golvin at Forrester Research and Edward Snyder at Charter Equity Research via the New York Times about As Cellphone Industry Shifts, Motorola Needs a Quick Fix and a Long-Term Plan
  • Philip Cusick at Bear Stearns via Barron’s Online Tech Trader Daily about Sprint: Bear Stearns Trims Estimates On Higher Expected Subscriber Losses
  • Neil Strother at JupiterResearch via the New York Times about Motorola Cuts Its Estimate of Earnings

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