Apple Inc. Stock Will Plummet to $60: Berenberg  

Value Walk By : Michelle Jones

Apple Inc. usually draws out the bull in analysts, but one firm is predicting destruction for the company. In fact, the $60 per share price target set by the German investment bank is so low that some of you are probably wondering if that’s a typo.

No, it isn’t. Apple Insider‘s Neil Hughes reported on the research note from analyst Adnaan Ahmad of Berenberg Bank. His biggest problem regarding Apple is its reliance on iPhone sales... - Referenced Article


Why is everyone so surprised that Lady Gaga can sing?  

Washington Post By : Bethonie Butler

Lady Gaga received a standing ovation at the Oscars for her rousing “Sound of Music” tribute.

Even Julie Andrews approved. On the Internet, the praise was swift, effusive and tinged with the slight skepticism of a backhanded compliment: It was good, but unexpected.

But here’s a question — why are we so surprised that Lady Gaga, professional singer, can actually sing? Referenced Article


Is People Magazine Relevant in a Digital Age?  

WSJ By : JEFFREY A. TRACHTENBERG

These are jittery times for magazine publishers as readers and advertisers dance between the companies’ once-dominant publications and relatively new but powerful competitors such as Twitter , Facebook and Instagram.

For Joe Ripp, chief executive of Time Inc., the competitive landscape has translated into the sale of once-prized real estate, and a coming move to lower Manhattan that will save on rent. - Referenced Article


What John Legend said about slavery at the Oscars  

PolitiFact.com By : Aaron Sharockman

While accepting an Oscar for a song from the movie "Selma" Sunday night, singer John Legend claimed that "there are more black men under correctional control today than were under slavery in 1850."

PolitiFact Rhode Island fact-checked a nearly identical claim in December.

It rates True. - Referenced Article


Florida State QB Jameis Winston: Football is my passion  

NOLA.com By : Staff Reporting


Europe gives Greece another four months  

CNN Money By : Staff Reporting

The deal struck Friday by finance officials in Brussels should keep Greece afloat and safely in the euro while it works out a long term plan for economic recovery.

Greece must still come up with a list of reforms acceptable to its creditors, including the International Monetary Fund and the European Central Bank, by Monday for the massive bailout to be extended beyond the end of the month. - Referenced Article


Floyd Mayweather - Manny Pacquiao  

ABS CBN By : Staff Reporting

Filipino boxing champion Manny Pacquiao admitted that there's no rematch clause for his upcoming May 2 super fight with Floyd Mayweather Jr.

For him, the important thing is to set this fight first. In an interview with ABS-CBN's Dyan Castillejo, the fighting congressman also assured he still has enough training time to prepare against the undefeated by controversial American boxer. - Referenced Article


8 Questions Successful People Ask Themselves  

Time By : Will Mitchell

We all know that having a mentor is one of those things you’re “supposed to do” to be successful. But, the reality is that there aren’t nearly as many good mentors out there as there are people who need them.

What’s a guy (or gal) to do?

We suggest looking to the greats. We scoured the web for advice from the mentors we wish we had to figure out what aspects of our lives they would be drilling us about. - Referenced Article


Lance Armstrong loses $10 million arbitration ruling  

AP By : JIM VERTUNO

An arbitration panel ordered Lance Armstrong and Tailwind Sports Corp. to pay $10 million in a fraud dispute with a promotions company for what it called an "unparalleled pageant of international perjury, fraud and conspiracy" that covered up his use of performance-enhancing drugs.

Dallas-based SCA Promotions announced the 2-1 decision against the former cyclist when its lawyers said Monday they had asked Texas' 116th Civil District Court in Dallas to confirm the arbitration ruling... - Referenced Article


What is the Google Idiot Tax?  

The Sydney Morning Herald By : Louis White

For three months Elisha Casagrande tried Google AdWords to launch her new fashion website, Repeat Offender.

She hired a search engine marketing agency that specialised in Google Adwords to help her with a campaign and budgeted $1500 a month, plus agency fees. The result? Not one sale. - Referenced Article


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