TrimTabs' Charles Biderman explain why the fiscal cliff should be more about cutting ineffective government responsibilities than taxes.
"... Am I alone in saying that fiscal cliff conversations focusing only on tax rates are hiding the real problem. Are those not talking about government spending as the major issue simply ignorant? It could be that in an economy where nobody cares about real time data, that reality is just not as important as feeling good about ourselves, whatever that means and implies.
"Stopping the increase in government spending is the only one real solution to the fiscal cliff. A solution that focuses mainly on tax increases will end the fiscal cliff conversation, but will certainly not keep us from falling off the cliff. So without serious spending cuts, we will keep ignoring reality, hoping for a miracle and we will keep kicking the can down the road. At some point, of course, the can will become too heavy to kick. ..."
Apple has reportedly changed its battery suppliers for the iPad and MacBook lines to Amperex Technology Limited and Tianjin Lishen Battery, both Chinese firms, after Samsung SDI (Samsung's battery-producing subsidiary) stopped supplying Apple, the...
but, only if you are Henry Blodget. 42% of 16% are thinking of getting an apple product.... While the trend is definitely in Apple's (and Google's) favor... the reality is that Microsoft still has a big lead in the enterprise space they can leverage.
“Distributors expect iPhone 5, with its new form factor, and iPad Mini, with a lower price, to sell well in China. The industry expects the Chinese government to issue LTE licenses in 2H13, which likely coincides with an iPhone distribution agreement with China Mobile.”
TOKYO (AFP) - The soaring popularity of smartphones is crushing demand for point-and-shoot cameras, threatening the once-vibrant sector as firms scramble to hit back with web-friendly features and boost quality, analysts say.
This is exactly why Nokia's not going out of business folx. the smartphone very quickly will be the only portable device you own. Global demand for the 920 and that camera is not a fad, it's the future
Windows 8 PC Sales "disappointing" at Microsoft.....
We'll find out at the next earnings report. if they are that bad then Ballmer is steering this ship into the ground... and without Sinofsky to replace him it doesn't look good (again if this report is true), no matter how good the technology may be.
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