Content posted in March 2012
Time Is Money, Friend
Joey's Journal 3/30/2012 22 comments
Speed, efficiency, and dependability make high-speed rail an integral part of daily commuting in Japan. The rail system also contributes to the Japanese economy.
NYS Rolling Dice on Gaming
John Jordan 3/30/2012 38 comments
New York State officials have proposed legalized gambling as a way to address budget shortfalls. Now it just looks like a matter of time before the cards are played.
Citrix Goes Virtual
Tech-Stock Prospector 3/29/2012 11 comments
Citrix stock moved back above $80 for the first time since July this week. The stock is one to watch if we get another correction.
EMC Gets a Cloud Boost
Tech-Stock Prospector 3/23/2012 11 comments
Shares of storage vendor EMC are up 35% this year. And some analysts think the stock has more room to run.
End Gingrichcare Now
Marvin Kitman 3/21/2012 28 comments
Taxpayers are paying for the Secret Service detail assigned to guard Newt Gingrich. But with no chance to win the nomination, the only question to ask is "Why?"
Competition Heats Up in IT Security
Tech-Stock Prospector 3/19/2012 20 comments
IDC estimates the worldwide UTM market is growing at a compound annual growth rate of 13.3% and will top $3.8 billion by 2015. Here are the companies that are leading that growth.
Dance, Baby, Dance!
Marvin Kitman 3/6/2012 56 comments
Dance mania may be the result of extreme levels of psychological stress or spiritual despair. That certainly sounds like what the Republican party is suffering from right now.
Qlik is Clicking
Tech-Stock Prospector 3/5/2012 9 comments
Qlik Technologies helps enterprise customers increase business intelligence through analysis of transactional data.
The Great Inflation Debate
Noreen Seebacher 3/2/2012 26 comments
How much inflation is there really? An alternate inflation index tries to measure the cost of everyday goods – and the numbers are worse than the Consumer Price Index.
SEC Should Focus on Prevention
Jack Waymire 3/2/2012 16 comments
The SEC wants an extra $245 million to protect investors. But the money won't help unless it starts focusing more on preventing than detecting it.
Out of Vocus
Tech-Stock Prospector 3/1/2012 21 comments
Shares of Vocus, a provider of cloud-baaed solutions for marketing and public relations, dropped 40% yesterday. What happened?
Telecom-equipment maker Ciena is a stock trader’s dream, as long as the timing is correct.
The FTC is offering a $50,000 cash prize to the person or group that can come up with a solution to those annoying robocalls.
Akamai is in the middle of four significant tech trends.
John Malone of Liberty Media will be taking over Sirius XM satellite radio when the existing CEO Mel Karmazin steps down. What's it mean?
Demand for students of the humanities exists, despite widespread aspersions on the discipline.
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