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Kevin Kelleher

  1. If any tech company is living a charmed life in 2016, it's Facebook

    The company gives investors a break in an otherwise turbulent earnings season.

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    From the Venture Capital desk

  2. Activists says Yahoo Japan is helping encourage the slaughter of elephants

    Just when things were going so well for Marissa Mayer.

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    From the News desk

  3. GoPro tanks, and that's not good for other profitable companies

    When the going gets tough, GoPro goes south.

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    From the Facepalm desk

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    From the IPOs desk

  5. The only thing more riveting than watching Netflix is watching its stock price

    "Up" for Netflix never involves anything resembling a straight line, but rather a line drawn by a hyperactive, sugar-fed child given a piece of chalk.

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    From the Economics desk

  6. The tech twilight zone, where Yahoo aimlessly spins

    There is a dimension of tech beyond that which is cherished by investors. It is the middle ground between failure and success, between innovation and stagnation, and it lies between the pit of man's fears and the summit of man's knowledge. It is an area which we call the twilight zone.

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    From the Yahoos desk

  7. Behold Square, the first Eunuchorn

    The judicious metaphor for the Square IPO turned out to be hidden inside its prospectus all along: the glass faucet.

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    From the IPOs desk

  8. Until recently, you had to be a failure to be in trouble. Now, it's enough for you to be weak

    To get a sense of what the tech landscape may look like if, as expected, the capital markets dry up next year, consider Angie's List.

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