Levinsohn might just be steering the Internet company with some competence.
The research coverage raises some concerns and includes surprisingly modest price targets.
Retailers are downgraded at Citigroup, and News Corp. is upgraded to 'buy.'
In a bid to give its staid image a jolt of cool, the software giant snaps up a red-hot business-networking platform for $1.2 billion in cash.
The former king of the smartphone world is reportedly looking to split its company in two, with the hardware arm headed one way and the software arm another.
The media company is reportedly considering splitting into two companies, and the social giant named another board member.
The smartphone developer could be selling its handset business in a rumored company separation.
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