Arris Group, Inc.

  • Will TiVo’s Future Trades be as Unpromising?

    By Jeremiah Feliciano - June 11, 2013 | Tickers: ARRS, CSCO, GOOG, TWC, TIVO

    The battleground seemed well set for a looming litigation war between TiVo Inc. (NASDAQ: TIVO) and several adversaries that the innovative tech-TV set-top box manufacturer had been locked in with. It was only days to the d-day in court that an announcement was made between TiVo Inc, Motorola, Time Warner Cable Inc (NYSE: TWC), and Arris Group (NASDAQ: ARRS). This was real relief to all parties involved in the suit more »

  • 3 Buys for Growth in High-Speed Data

    By Bob Chandler - April 17, 2013 | Tickers: ARRS, BBRY, CSCO

    Demand for high-speed data is rapidly increasing. The shift to social networking and mobile devices in our lives has forced content providers to increasingly offer personalized data heavy content, including video, via high-speed networks to multiple access devices.

    There is also a transition underway in the corporate world. Cloud computing has changed the way businesses access the large amounts of data they use everyday. Now companies employ high-speed networks with more »

  • Three Companies Playing the Growth in High-Speed Data

    By Bob Chandler - April 14, 2013 | Tickers: ARRS, BBRY, CSCO

    Demand for high-speed data is rapidly increasing. The shift to social networking and mobile devices in our lives has forced content providers to increasingly offer personalized data heavy content, including video, via high-speed networks to multiple access devices. There is also a transition underway in the corporate world. Cloud computing has changed the way businesses access the large amounts of data they use everyday. Now companies employ high-speed networks with more »

  • Is Google Considered Too Big To Fail?

    By Marcus Vilkas - March 4, 2013 | Tickers: ARRS, GOOG

    On February 20, 2013, Google (NASDAQ:GOOG) surpassed the $800 level having a company record high of $808.97. In the near future, Google may have the right of declaring membership inside an unique club, becoming a part of the company of NVR, Seaboard and Berkshire Hathaway. Can Google keep growing at its current pace?

    Google is worth $262.1 billion with 2.4 million shares traded every day and more »

  • Beat the Market: Buy High on These Companies

    By Adam Levy - February 28, 2013 | Tickers: AXP, ARRS, CHD, CMCSA, GOOG

    When I first started learning about investing, I heard the age-old adage “Buy Low, Sell High” everywhere. Turns out, that’s not the best advice. For one, it can make investors hold on to stocks too long in the hopes of getting back to even. Two, it scares investors away from good stocks trading near their highest prices.

    In fact, research shows that buying when the market makes a new more »

  • What Are Hedge Funds Buying Right Now?

    By Meena Krishnamsetty - February 14, 2013 | Tickers: ARRS, CIM, JIVE, PHH, WMS

    When hedge funds or other major investors buy enough shares to give themselves 5% ownership of a company, or if they subsequently make significant changes to that position, they must file either a 13D or a 13G with the SEC. This provides a relatively recent take on what a particular fund manager thinks about a particular stock. While the nature of the 5% threshold means that we usually only see more »

  • Billionaire Steve Cohen Is Betting on This Tech Stock

    By Meena Krishnamsetty - February 12, 2013 | Tickers: ALU, ARRS, CSCO, JNPR, MSI

    SAC Capital Advisors, a large hedge fund managed by billionaire Steve Cohen and his team, has reported a position of 5.7 million shares in Arris Group (NASDAQ: ARRS), a $1.9 billion market cap communications equipment designer and manufacturer. This is up from the 2.6 million shares that SAC reported owning at the end of September 2012, and the fund now owns 5% of the total shares outstanding more »

  • Google Has Huge Upside

    By Ishfaque Faruk - January 29, 2013 | Tickers: AAPL, ARRS, GOOG

    Internet giant Google (NASDAQ: GOOG) has long dominated the search engine market without any hiccups. It continues to gain more revenue from the search engine space, and is ramping up its technological empire with newer business initiatives. Google just capped off its first year of more than $50 billion in revenues. As more and more revenues are flowing in from other directions, its upside potential is enormous.  

    Increased Advertising Sales more »

  • Google Releases Note Late Friday Raising Alarms

    By Tedra DeSue - January 20, 2013 | Tickers: AAPL, ARRS, BBRY, GOOG, MSFT, NOK

    Google (NASDAQ: GOOG) put out a rare note/forewarning about its upcoming earnings report for the fourth quarter on Friday, indicating its earnings may be lower than analysts’ estimates. When I learned of the note, I immediately had flashbacks to the debacle that took center stage when the company released its third quarter earnings report.

    Just as in October, when Google’s stock declined after investors learned the worrisome impact more »

  • Google Still Hating Itself and It Might Miss Estimates

    By Richard Saintvilus - January 20, 2013 | Tickers: ARRS, GOOG

    Google (NASDAQ: GOOG) often reminds me of that beautiful supermodel who is without question very dashing in the public eye, but then goes home every night, cries in the mirror, hating herself. The company seems to always forget how great it is in the search business.

    Instead, Google spends too much time trying to please the Street by wanting to be everything to everyone. In the long term, this strategy more »

  • Google’s Short Sale to Arris a Signal of Things to Come

    By Peter Pham - January 7, 2013 | Tickers: AAPL, ARRS, GOOG, MSFT, MMI, NOK, SNE, TWC

    Google (NASDAQ: GOOG) sold the lucrative Motorola Home division to Arris (NASDAQ: ARRS) for $2.35 billion in a cash and stock, offloading what was a redundant part of their acquisition of Motorola Mobility earlier in the year.  Google wanted MMI for its ability to make compelling smartphones to grab the Android market share from Samsung, not to build more set-top boxes. According to the terms of the deal, Google more »

  • Who Wins In The Google-Arris Deal?

    By Adam Levy - December 21, 2012 | Tickers: ARRS, GOOG, TWC, TIVO

    When Google (NASDAQ: GOOG) snatched up Motorola Mobility this spring, its intents were clear. The company was after Motorola’s smartphone patents. However, the deal came with a little extra baggage – the Motorola Home division. The division operates with significantly lower margins than Google’s core business, which worried investors back in the spring. Now, those worries can be put to rest as Google found a buyer for the business more »

  • Buy This Cheap Stock to Ride the Smart Home Revolution

    By Steve Symington - November 21, 2012 | Tickers: ARRS, CSCO, NTGR

    "The Internet has done so much to change the way we live, work, learn and play that it’s sometimes easy to assume the online revolution is over. But I believe we're only halfway through a 30-year process of profound transformation." - Patrick Lo, Chairman, CEO, and co-founder of Netgear

    So begins an intriguing guest post written by Patrick Lo for Forbes last December, in which he briefly describes Netgear more »