The market research firm iSuppli today lifted its forecast for calendar 2010 Apple (AAPL) iPad sales to 12.9 million units from 7.1 million. The research firm expects Apple to sell 36.5 million iPads in 2011, and 50.4 million in 2012.
“The iPad is shaping up to be the ‘Tickle Me Elmo’ of the 2010 holiday season, with product demand expected... mehr bei blogs.barrons.com
KMR - 20.07.10 22:00
KMR - 04.05.10 22:05
There are some smoking hot numbers coming out of Cupertino CA this week and they're all about iPad sales. Just yesterday, Apple announced that they had sold 1 million iPads in the first 28 days of availability. As Business Insider (BI) notes, selling 1 million units of anything in a month is
impressive, much less during April in the USA... mehr bei tuaw.com
worldspy - 22.04.10 16:14
After significantly scaling down costs, The New York Times Company this morning announced upbeat Q1 2010 results, reporting a profit and growing digital advertising sales.
NYT's operating profit grew more than fivefold in the first quarter of 2010, to $83.3 million compared with $16.4 million in the first quarter of 2009. mehr bei techcrunch.com
KMR - 22.04.10 08:09
In October 1997 Michael Dell, CEO and founder of Dell Computer when asked about what would he do to fix Apple, he quipped: “What would I do? I’d shut it down and give the money back to the shareholders.”
Well after posting record revenues and record profits yesterday, at the end of trading day today Apple had a market capitalization of $235... mehr bei gigaom.com
KMR - 25.01.10 18:17
Starting as soon as sometime this week, the 75 million monthly active users playing Zynga's FarmVille will have a new way to buy virtual tractors and seeds; they'll be able to "Pay With Facebook."
With 25 million daily active users, FarmVille is Facebook's most popular game, so this is big news in the social games... mehr bei businessinsider.com
KMR - 16.11.09 16:17 The big picture: AOL’s subscription service, which accounts for the “vast majority” of the company’s operating income, is withering away. But advertising revenue, which was supposed to replace that money, has been declining for nearly two years.
Money from a Google (GOOG) search deal, which provided a third of AOL’s $2. mehr bei mediamemo.allthingsd.com
KMR - 16.07.09 08:28
As of February, Twitter expected their first revenue to come in Q3 2009 (which is now). A modest $400,000 was expected, followed by a more robust $4 million in Q4. The document also shows Twitter’s projected user growth (25 million by the end of 2009), which it has absolutely blown through already. mehr bei techcrunch.com
KMR - 19.02.09 18:08
The fourth quarter is traditionally strong for Apple, with demand for consumer products at a high during the holiday season. But with the economy slumping, no new iPhone product launch, and weaker than expected European sales, Apple's numbers may be down for Q4. mehr bei thestandard.com
KMR - 21.01.09 16:15
Entrants are required to:
- Create a slide show presentation illustrating their plan and product.
- Walk us through how a sale would go down.
- Say how much revenue their plan would produce after one, five and ten years.
- Come up with and answer five FAQs that would challenge their plan.
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