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The company's proposal effectively amounts to a 2-for-1 split, unveiled as quarterly profit and revenue climb higher.
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These companies also grew like crazy and had little or no revenues, yet sold for a fortune.
But our forecasts for the tablet are much more conservative.
The news spurs hope that the first quarter may not be as depressing as feared.
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