Chris Jones

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  • Microsoft Failure Notice

    By Chris Jones - November 13, 2012 | Tickers: AAPL, GOOG, MSFT, NOK

    Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) needs to learn from an old movie. The movie, Braveheart, was popular in 1995 and was so popular it was made into a PC game. Now, granted Mel Gibson has fallen a long way since 1995, but the movie can still be considered a classic. Microsoft could learn a very important lesson about people from the movie. In the movie, one of the most motivating and remembered more »

  • A Marriage Made in Heaven

    By Chris Jones - November 9, 2012 | Tickers: T, DTEGY.PK, S, VZ

    This company is using a new method of bringing subscribers to help propel their company.  Being the first one on the block to use this method has already shown huge possibilities.  With less than two months of using this method it has already added thousands and higher revenue.

  • Facebook Does it Again!

    By Chris Jones - October 28, 2012 | Tickers: AAPL, FB, GOOG, GRPN

    Think back to your school days when someone told you a story about one of your classmates, then you told someone else and by the time it got back to you it was a completly different story.  People get so excited about stories and tend to add on as it gets told trying to make it sound more exciting each time.  This is done sometimes out of greed and sometimes more »

  • Dish's Wireless Plans is a Ticking Time Bomb!

    By Chris Jones - October 25, 2012 | Tickers: CLWR, DISH, S, VZ

    It is amazing how slow the FCC has been on approving Dish Network airwaves compared to other deals like lightsquared.  The slow decision rate by the FCC has been a big blow to Charlie Ergen's ambitions.  Verizon's (NYSE: VZ) deal with the cable companies flew through the regulation process with ease, but Dish's desire to have the FCC set rules on using the spectrum for terrestrial service more »

  • Old Dog Microsoft Needs to Reinvent Itself

    By Chris Jones - October 19, 2012 | Tickers: GOOG, MSFT, NOK

    Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) has had better days.  When they were the only one on the block everybody looked forward to their new Windows releases.  Why spend $100's updating to Windows 8 when most programs are browser based anymore?  Major corporations won't be updating do to the fact that the majority of their software systems only work on the old Window's platforms.  There is even Fortune 500 companies more »