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Analyst charged with insider trading and fraud after leaking Apple sales data

February 20th, 2012

A research analyst and a former executive who revealed insider information about Apple’s sales have both been charged, reports Reuters. Analyst John Kinnucan on Friday was charged with two counts of securities fraud, two counts of conspiracy and one count of insider trading from a civil case filed by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. …

ComScore: Amazon growth doubled the rest of the e-commerce market in Q4

February 7th, 2012

Amazon announced the company’s fourth quarter results last week, which fell short of Wall Street’s estimates. The company reported $17.4 billion in revenue, with net sales up 35% from $12.95 billion in the same quarter of 2010. Despite falling short of analyst estimates of $18.26 billion, Amazon’s growth was more than twice the overall market’s growth according to …

Join Amazon or go home, analyst tells Android tablet makers

October 5th, 2011

Android tablet vendors should follow Amazon’s lead and introduce lower-priced devices with Amazon content or exit the market altogether, one analyst recently suggested. Nomura International technology securities analyst Richard Windsor believes Amazon will dominate the cheap end of the tablet market with its new Kindle Fire, while Apple’s iPad will continue to own the high-end. …

Apple to launch ‘iPhone 4 Plus’ and iPhone 5, JP Morgan says

September 19th, 2011

Apple will release two new iPhone models this fall, the “iPhone 4 Plus” and the iPhone 5, according to a note to investors issued by JP Morgan on Monday. JP Morgan analyst Mark Moskowitz reiterated reports that the iPhone 5 will feature global roaming with support for both CDMA and GSM networks. As various other rumors …

Sprint could sell 1.2 million iPhones in Q4, analyst says

August 24th, 2011

Rumors began swirling on Tuesday suggesting Sprint will launch the iPhone 5 and the iPhone 4 later this year, and at least one analyst thinks Sprint could move a fair number of Apple devices. “Sprint is the third largest carrier in the US with 52m subscribers which would be a nice expansion of Apple’s addressable …

Analysts predict quarterly gains for Apple, Samsung, and HTC

July 13th, 2011

Apple, Samsung, and HTC will each post gains in their respective earnings reports according to 46 analysts polled by Reuters. “We expect second quarter earnings to reveal a widening gulf between the winners and losers and further illustrate the ‘changing of the guard’ as Apple, HTC and Samsung continue to increase market share,” CCS Insight …

Analysts peg Q3 iPad sales in 6-9.5 million range

July 12th, 2011

Ahead of Apple’s third-quarter earnings report on July 19th, Fortune has tapped 39 analysts and has created a roundup of their iPad sales estimates. We already know that the iPad 2 has been flying off of store shelves since Apple announced the tablet on March 2nd. However, demand was so great that it’s unclear just how …

iPhone 5 to land on Sprint and T-Mobile, analyst says

July 12th, 2011

We already brought you our opinion on why Apple’s next iPhone will land on every carrier in the United States, and now another analyst seems to agree. Chris Larsen, managing director and senior telecommunications research analyst with Piper Jaffray, argued in a note on Tuesday that both Sprint and T-Mobile will join AT&T and Verizon …