Thursday, March 27, 2008

March 27, 2008 Roundup

Analysts in the news for March 27:

  • Thomas Husson at JupiterResearch about Mobile Internet
  • Åse Stiller at VisionMobile about The perils of managing 3rd party software: do’s and don’ts
  • Ross Rubin at NPD Group about Motorola’s split comes as paths are converging
  • Philippe Winthrop at Aberdeen Group about Motorola is splitting up
  • Deutsche Bank analyst Brian Modoff, RBC Capital analyst Mark Sue, Ray Archibold at Kaufman Bros. and Cowen & Co., analyst Matt Hoffman via Dow Jones about Motorola Plans To Split In Two; Icahn Said Not A Factor In Move
  • M:Metrics analyst Seamus McAteer via RCR Wireless News about Hollywood scorns mobile TV
  • Stuart Carlaw at ABI Research and Dean Bubley at Disruptive Analysis via The Guardian about Domestic mobile coverage to be boosted by femtocells
  • Carolina Milanesi at Gartner via International Herald Tribune about Pssst - Want an unlocked phone?
  • Richard Windsor at Nomura International, Merrill Lynch & Co. analyst Tal Liani, Michael Walkley at Piper Jaffray and Morgan Stanley analyst Scott Coleman via about Motorola to Split Into Two After Phone Sales Slide
  • Jefferies analyst William Choi via Barron’s Online Tech Trader Daily about Motorola: The Spin Off Solves Nothing, Jefferies Says
  • Citigroup’s Jim SuvaStandard & Poor’s analyst Todd RosenbluthBarron’s Online Tech Trader Daily about RIMM: Citi Says FY Q4 Could Top Ests; S&P Downgrades
  • John Jackson at Yankee Group and Ellen Daley at Forrester via about Motorola to split into two companies
  • Chris Hazelton at IDC via CIO Today about Microsoft Eyes Development for Apple's iPhone
  • Richard Windsor at Nomura via The Guardian about Wolfson falls 25% after losing iPod contract

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