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Windstream’s Limited Services More Problematic than Q2 Miss

Competition in the telecommunications industry is cut-throat and it’s getting worse and worse, which means that Windstream has to take a serious look at their service-mix model. The company really needs to offer customers’ more services if they want to stand a chance against their

2014 Solid Organic Growth Predicted for Interpublic

Analysts strongly feel that Interpublic is ready to post solid organic growth for 2014, taking into account the advantages of H1’s accelerating macro climate. No one is surprised regarding Interpublic’s revenue year over year growth of 5 percent or their EPS of $02.5, figures that

2014 Annual International Monetary Fund Meeting

Rewind to six years back and you may recall the meeting of finance ministers and central bank governors in Washington. It should be recallable because it followed what appeared to be the Second Great Depression. The meeting marked the annual gathering of the International Monetary

Another Strong Quarter for the Descartes Systems Group

The Descartes Systems Group recently posted their quarterly results, which were quite strong. Thus, the group generated service-based revenues that were $1 million over what the Street predicted and their adjusted EBITDA was on par with forecasts. Overall revenues, however, came in slightly lower than

Finisar’s Q1 on Par with Estimates

Finisar recently posted their Q1 results, which are on par with analysts’ estimates. However, the company’s guidance for revenues and margins were much lower than expected making it look as if management is “kitchen sinking” their guidance. As if that weren’t enough, the October quarter

Germany’s Rocket Internet makes Shaky Market Debut

The much anticipated debut of Germany’s Rocket Internet on the Frankfurt stock market happened Thursday. Shares opened at 42.50 euros, which would value Rocket at 6.7 billion euros ($8.46 billion). However, a disappointing start was seen after shares fell during initial morning trading and lost 6 percent. It