Clearly its not Netflix that doesnt have the capacity. It seems that Verizon are deliberately dragging their feet and failing to provide service that people have paid for. Verizon, tonight you made an enemy, and doing my own tests have proven (at least to me) that youre in the wrong here, he added.
athenahealth Falls Despite Q2 Beat and Higher Earnings - Analyst Blog - NASDAQ.com
athenahealth added 2,500 healthcare providers to its network, which implies 26% a rise to more than 55,000 providers in athenaNet. Revenues from athenahealth-branded services rose 32% to $170.3 million in the quarter. However, revenues from Epocrates-branded services slid 23% to $11.3 million. Other revenues went up 95% to $4.3 million. On a segment-wise basis, revenues from Business Services rose 27.6% year over year to $175.9 million while Implementation and Other revenues grew 19.0% to $10.0 million in the second quarter of 2014. Margins Adjusted gross profits escalated 27.5% to $113.9 million while adjusted gross margin rose 20 basis points (bps) to 61.2% from 61.0% in the 2013-quarter. Adjusted operating loss increased more than eight fold to $7.4 million or 4.0% of sales in the quarter from $874 thousand or 0.6% of sales in the prior-year quarter.
The Powerful Psychology Undermining Your Returns - Yahoo News
Although it's sad the average investor can't achieve returns equal to the returns of the average mutual fund, the reality can be much worse. Many investors hold only individual stocks. There is evidence that their returns from these holdings would be significantly higher if they simply bought and held them, rather than trading in and out, according to a 2004 University of Michigan paper, "What are stock investors' actual historical returns?" by Ilia D.
The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Facebook, Twitter, Starbucks, American Express and Amazon.com - Yahoo Finance
Twitter is also expanding its e-Commerce infrastructure. The company is acquiring CardSpring that facilitates connection among merchants and payment processors. However, the acquisition amount has not been disclosed. Facebook is testing the new button with a selected few small and medium-sized merchants in the United States. Once satisfied, it will be available to both mobile and desktop users, who can use their credit cards (registered with Facebook) to purchase goods. Facebook said that it will not pass on any user transaction details to advertisers. Users can also opt to not save any information of the payment transaction on Facebook.