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Palm, Inc. (PALM)

PALM is defunct.
  • Shaduc | Send Message 5 Jan
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      • Shaduc | Send Message 29 Sep 2014

        $BBRY $AAPL $MSFT $HPQ Unlike the BlackBerry, the iPhone had a fully Internet-capable browser." (A side note: 2other players, $PALM & $NOK
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        • Patience29 | Send Message 29 Sep 2014
          : $BBRY Death Knell Wow. Some article! "Therefore, Chen's endgame is to sell the company, either whole or, more likely, in parts.." RIP $BBRY
        • pocohonta | Send Message 29 Sep 2014
          : If Mr. Chen do right with his $BBRY shareholders & make them money, then it doesn't matter if it is sold whole or in part. Go Chen! Go!
          • Capitalist Bull | Send Message 15 Jul 2014

            Short Trading Idea: Yahoo $YHOO Reminiscent of 3COM $COMS http://stks.co/p0XNo $AAPL $FB $GOOG $TWTR $BABA $PALM -- $ES_F $SPY $QQQ
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              • samuel_liu | Send Message 10 Mar 2014

                $NOK $MOT $PALM $MSFT $CSCO $SSNLF $AAPL $GOOG & Mike Volpi as a VC http://bit.ly/1dIXx4I
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                  • samuel_liu | Send Message 5 Sep 2013

                    $NOK $MSFT $HPQ $PALM "CAN'T WE ALL GET ALONG" Arik Hesseldahl Nokia's Former Head Developer Relations on How MS Can Make Acquisition Work
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                      • Martim Macedo | Send Message 10 Jul 2013

                        Something very strange is going on... $3.1B in cash; $4.8B marlet cap; company executing... and market perception is that $BBRY is $PALM???
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                        • heatnup | Send Message 10 Jul 2013
                          : Want to take a more corporate approach, we now have insider info that large companies like Yahoo and ABB no longer approve employees to...
                        • heatnup | Send Message 10 Jul 2013
                          : .....replace current BBRY devices with new BBRY devices, they must get AAPL or Samsung devices, Take known info and invest wisely....
                          • jcurranz | Send Message 4 Oct 2012

                            Ouch. NOK breakup value not encouraging; might limit ability of a buyout upside (ala HP buying PALM) - http://bit.ly/Qw4Tvq
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                            • DeepValueLover | Send Message 11 Oct 2012
                              : Sorry I thought you were one of the investing pros who got in above $4. Most Nokia defenders have ridden it downhill live a sled in snow.
                            • Leont68 | Send Message 11 Oct 2012
                              : I am a investing Rookie lols. But I defend Nokia because I honestly do think they have a future.
                              • emburns | Send Message 2 Jul 2012

                                The idea that BBRY can be saved by buyouts is ridiculous - look at the partnership between PALM and HPQ!
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                                • 1980XLS-2.0 | Send Message 2 Jul 2012
                                  : I did not hear anybody speculating on the company being saved. Only that the stock price may rise a bit from here, on buyout speculation.
                                • DaLatin | Send Message 2 Jul 2012
                                  : takeunder for odds an ends / patents
                                  • Chines33 | Send Message 29 May 2012

                                    BBRY do not play this as a buyout play in my opinion been saying since the 50s it is the next PALM. Now just 4.00 away from reality.
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                                    • Chines33 | Send Message 29 May 2012
                                      : It isn't worth anymore that PALM so downside still very large from here potentially.
                                      • talbano | Send Message 16 Sep 2011

                                        cowpie - I would agree but PALM didn't sell until it got to 5 ish
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                                          Palm, Inc. is a provider of mobile products that enhance the lifestyle of individual users and business customers worldwide. Palm creates thoughtfully integrated technologies that better enable people to stay connected with their family, friends and colleagues, access and share information that... More
                                          Country: United States