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Private data exchange between businesses set to surpass the internet

Irish Independent 17 Aug 2017
Read more. From Wicklow to SiliconValley. the banking boss playing a pivotal part in backing top tech firms. Industries which are leading the growth include banking and insurance, telecommunications, as well as cloud and IT services ... .

Wells Fargo's online brokerage to offer more free trades

The State 13 Feb 2007
on Tuesday became the latest big bank to undercut online stock brokers with a new incentive package that promises to waive Internet trading fees for more customers more frequently ... Charlotte, N.C.-based Bank of America has been gradually introducing its free online trading offer, with plans to complete the rollout during the spring.

Conexant stock drops on weak forecast

The State 26 Jan 2007
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (Dow Jones/AP) -- Shares of Conexant Systems Inc. slid Friday after news about the communications chip maker's latest financial results ... 29 ... Heller doesn't own shares of Conexant, but Merrill Lynch intends to seek an investment-banking relationship with the company. ------. More technology news and opinion at .

Synchronoss Technologies stock rises on Cingular-Apple iPhone pact

Siliconvalley online 10 Jan 2007
Thomas Weisel has an investment banking relationship with Synchronoss and makes a market in its shares ... But Deutsche Bank analyst Tom Ernst warned the iPhone will likely ``cannibalize'' other Cingular phone sales and that the average price per activation will be lower from discounts as well as the mix of in-store and online activations.

Intersil shares fall after announcement of president's departure

The State 27 Oct 2006
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (Dow Jones/AP) -- Shares of Intersil Corp. fell Friday, after the semiconductor maker announced the departure of President and Chief Operating Officer Lou DiNardo ... None of the analysts owns shares, but both firms intend to seek an investment banking relationship with Intersil ... More technology news and opinion at .

Amkor up after filing with SEC ahead of bondholder deadline

The State 09 Oct 2006
Amkor had delayed its filings while it reviewed past option grants in connection with an SEC investigation, placing it in technical default of bond covenants, according to note from Deutsche Bank ... Deutsche Bank makes a market in Amkor securities ... More technology news and opinion at

Diodes shares climb after company makes Fortune list

The State 19 Sep 2006
NEW YORK (Dow Jones/AP) -- Diodes Inc ... Diodes shares closed up $1.99, or 4.5 percent, at $45.99 on the Nasdaq Stock Market ... 99 on the list ... 29 on the list ... Stanford Financial Group makes a market in Diodes shares and has received compensation from Diodes for investment banking services. ------. More technology news and opinion at .

Vonage IPO investors told by letter to pay for shares

The State 13 Sep 2006
But the bank indicated that it believes Vonage customers, no matter how new they were to investing, were well-informed enough to realize that they must pay for the shares even if they don't like the way they trade ... Deutsche Bank AG and UBS AG were the other lead underwriters on the deal ... More technology news and opinion at

Private-equity firm Silver Lake to sell Instinet brokerage

The State 22 Aug 2006
Merger advisery firm Evercore Partners has begun circulating an information memorandum to possible bidders, and Instinet has simultaneously been meeting with investment banks to help it test the initial public offering market, Nicoll said ... (It also sold another small Instinet unit to the Bank of New York .).

Rambus shares rise after BWS Financial upgrade

The State 31 Jul 2006
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (Dow Jones/AP) -- Stock of Rambus Inc., a designer of technology for computer memory chips, surged Monday after BWS Financial raised its rating on the stock to ``buy'' from ``hold.'' ... Khorsand doesn't own shares of Rambus. BWS doesn't provide investment banking services. ------. More technology news and opinion at .

Digitas stock plunges after 3 clients depart

The State 19 Jul 2006
NEW YORK (Dow Jones/AP) -- Shares of marketing services agency Digitas Inc ... The shares closed at $7.40, down $2.83 on the Nasdaq Stock Market ... General Motors Corp ... Friedman Billings makes a market in Digitas shares and provides non-investment banking services for the company. ------. More technology news and opinion at .

Computer Sciences stock falls; board ends search for buyer

The State 30 Jun 2006
NEW YORK (Dow Jones/AP) -- Shares of Computer Sciences Corp. slid Friday after its board of directors ended a six-month search to sell the information technology services company ... Lumiere doesn't own any CSC share, and there isn't a banking relationship between his firm and the company. ------. More technology news and opinion at

Catapult Communications stock falls after revenue warning

The State 31 May 2006
J.P ... J.P ... It also expects to receive or intends to seek compensation from the company in the next three months for investment-banking services. An affiliate of the investment bank has received compensation in the past 12 months for providing Catapult with non-investment banking services. ------. More technology news and opinion at

Western Digital up; seen as a potential acquisition

The State 19 May 2006
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (Dow Jones/AP) -- Western Digital Inc. stock rose Friday after Bear Stearns said the maker of hard drives could be an acquisition candidate ... by Seagate Technology ... and Seagate ... Bear Stearns intends to seek an investment-banking relationship with the company. ------. More technology news and opinion at .

ATI Tech shares rise on partnership with Nokia

The State 04 May 2006
TORONTO (Dow Jones/AP) -- ATI Technologies Inc. stock rose Thursday after the graphics-chip maker announced a strategic relationship with Nokia Corp ... Neither analyst story owns ATI shares and their firms don't have investment-banking relationships with the company. ------. More technology news and opinion at .

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