The dynamics of technology investing change constantly, and no stock -- even Apple -- is immune to the Next Big Thing. Savvy investors will approach this sector with a step-by-step strategy.
Has the value of its business somehow nearly doubled overnight as a result of the transaction? Hardly.
Everything from the economy to internal tension to bad leadership helped push the company into bankruptcy.
The company says it has new financing and can continue operating while it restructures.
After seeing their parents' portfolios get hammered, they're turning to low-risk, low-reward options.
But a long-term plan may not be enough to ward off short-term risks.
The iconic American company -- once an industrial powerhouse -- just doesn't have the cash to continue operating.
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