Therese Poletti, Moneyish

Therese Poletti

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San Francisco, CA, United States

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Opinion: Elon Musk doesn't want to buy Twitter anymore, but Twitter should make him pay for it

It's becoming quite clear that Elon Musk no longer wants to buy Twitter, or at least not at the current price he had negotiated, in what has become one of... → Read More

Opinion: Facebook earnings were not as bad as feared, but they were still pretty bad

Facebook parent Meta Platforms Inc.'s earnings results may have not been as bad as Wall Street was expecting, but the single-digit revenue growth for the... → Read More

Opinion: It looks like nothing will stop Elon Musk from owning Twitter

Elon Musk's $44 billion deal to buy Twitter Inc. and take it private may have many users up in arms, but that won't stop the deal, and Musk's most prominent... → Read More

Opinion: Tesla rides higher prices to fatter profit, as Elon Musk complains about costs

Tesla reported a stunning profit, even after excluding regulatory tax credits, as demand continues unabated after a price hike. → Read More

Opinion: Micron stock's roller-coaster ride surges toward a new peak

Investors in Micron Technology Inc. have been on a bit of a roller coaster this year, but Monday's quarterly earnings and forecast appear to have ended the... → Read More

Opinion: Nvidia's deal for ARM is dead

The Federal Trade Commission has joined in the chorus of government regulators opposing Nvidia Corp.'s proposed $40 billion acquisition of ARM Holdings Plc.... → Read More

Opinion: If there were a ‘Big Three’ of electric vehicle makers, who would join Tesla?

Some EV companies have confirmed that no revenue will be forthcoming for the rest of this year, raising questions about who will survive and thrive in the... → Read More

Opinion: Apple’s iPhone 13 upgrades are boring, but they will still sell

Apple Inc.'s latest iPhone event was a snoozefest, but Apple will sell millions of the new smartphones anyway. → Read More

Opinion: Facebook investors, are you starting to see a pattern yet?

Facebook Inc. Chief Financial Officer David Wehner is the Chicken Little of Silicon Valley, yet investors are still acting on his warnings. → Read More

Opinion: Intel appears to be feeling the competitive heat from AMD

Intel Corp's second quarter results showed another consecutive quarter of declining revenue, and likely signs of more competition from Advanced Micro... → Read More

Opinion: With dismissal of antitrust suits, Facebook remains the Teflon-coated company

Facebook Inc., which crossed the $1 trillion valuation mark on Monday, is giving new meaning to the term Teflon-coated, as nothing bad ever seems to stick to... → Read More

Opinion: How profitable is Apple’s App Store? Even a landmark antitrust trial couldn’t tell us

During the trial of Epic Games Inc.'s antitrust lawsuit against Apple Inc., investors got a glimpse of how profitable the App Store may possibly be, even... → Read More

Opinion: Tesla turns a profit on bitcoin sale, but its ‘Technoking’ and ‘Master of Coin’ say it won’t become a habit

Tesla Inc. may have reported another consecutive quarterly profit, but its results were boosted in part by a sale of $101 million of bitcoin, and of course,... → Read More

Opinion: Apple’s privacy changes are affecting more than just Facebook

On Thursday, Snap, Pinterest and Unity Software each said they anticipate some issues or headwinds resulting from Apple's upcoming changes to its privacy... → Read More

Opinion: Netflix reaches an important pivot point in its pioneering journey

Netflix Inc. had a couple of surprises in its record-breaking fourth quarter, including one that removed a long-hovering cloud for investors. → Read More

Don't get too excited about Facebook spinning off Instagram or WhatsApp in antitrust flap

The big consortium suing Facebook Inc. for anticompetitive behavior is expected to face a tough, if uphill, legal battle that will not likely lead to the... → Read More

Why Amazon ‘was invented for the pandemic,’ and how AWS could be the most valuable company in the world

New York University Stern School of Business professor Scott Galloway previously believed Amazon.com Inc. would outlive the other biggest companies in tech.... → Read More

HP, Dell results buoyed again by work-from-home trend, but are they sustainable?

Both Hewlett-Packard Inc. and Dell Technologies Inc. both reported strong results, as the working from home trend in the pandemic continued to boost the... → Read More

Apple, Amazon, Facebook and Google all produce record sales amid Big Tech backlash

In a repeat from last quarter, tech's Big Four reported record revenue amid further regulatory scrutiny, a congressional grilling and the coronavirus... → Read More

AMD smells Intel's blood in the water, and strikes with Xilinx deal

Advanced Micro Devices Inc. smells blood in the water from the troubles at rival Intel Corp., and it struck Tuesday with a hefty deal to buy fellow chip... → Read More