It's unreasonable to expect the company to meet the current demands.
F5 Networks is upgraded to 'buy' at BofA/Merrill, while Walgreen is downgraded to 'neutral' at Goldman.
Investors are optimistic so far this year despite broad concerns about the economy and fourth-quarter earnings results.
Eli Lilly is initiated with a 'sell,' while Cablevision is downgraded to 'neutral.'
Hewlett-Packard and Procter & Gamble are upgraded.
For years, it looked like the networking giant was a stodgy old technology name that time had passed by.
The company was confident enough in its position that it was able to hint at expectations for its March quarter.
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The company is scrambling to protect its equities arm, which could face declining volume and revenue as competitors close the gap.
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