Eric J. Savitz, Barron's

Eric J. Savitz

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Palo Alto, CA, United States

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Recent articles by Eric:

SoftBank Deal to Sell Arm Has $1.25 Billion Breakup Clause. Nvidia Pays $750 Million Licensing Fee.

Nvidia pays $750 million for the licensing of intellectual property. → Read More

Snowflake Stock Is Really, Really Expensive After Its IPO

If Microsoft traded at the same level, it would be worth $17 trillion. → Read More

Pure Storage Buys Data Storage Software Firm Portworx

This is the largest acquisition in the data storage company’s history. → Read More

Nvidia Is Buying Arm Holdings From SoftBank in the Largest Ever Chip Deal

Nvidia will pay $40 billion for the U.K.-based chip design house owned by SoftBank Group. → Read More

Zoom Stock Soars Higher and Higher. It Has to Come Down to Earth.

A lack of meaningful guidance makes valuing the shares difficult → Read More

Why the Stock of Networking Company Ciena Is Tumbling After an Earnings Beat

Optical networking-equipment company Ciena warned that the Covid-19 pandemic was slowing its business. → Read More

Zuora Shares Tumble as Earnings and Outlook Disappoint Investors

Expectations for the results had driven a huge rise in the stock before the announcement. → Read More

Apple Stock Heads Higher. ‘In the Short Term Momentum Can Trump Valuation.’

Apple shares continued their post-split run on Tuesday, aided by a flurry of upbeat analyst reports. → Read More

Zoom Video Stock Is Jumping After Earnings and Sales Crush Estimates

The company has seen soaring demand from the widespread shift to home-based work, school and socializing. → Read More

AT&T Might Want To Sell DirecTV. Why One Analyst Says a Deal Is Unlikely.

Craig Moffett says the problem is valuation. → Read More

Apple Split Its Stock. Analysts Stay Bullish and the Rally Continues.

Investors take stock splits as a signal of confidence from management about the future of the business. → Read More

Dell Profit Tops Estimates on Strong Cost Controls and Consumer PC Demand

Strong consumer and enterprise business offset weakness from small-business customers. → Read More

NetApp Stock Spikes After Earnings Crush Estimates

Adjusted earnings were 73 cents a share, ahead of consensus at 41 cents. → Read More

Apple Stock Will Hit $600, Analyst Says, Citing 350 Million iPhone Upgrades

Analyst Dan Ives raised his price target to $600 and moved up his bull case to $700. → Read More

Intuit Stock Spikes After a Big Earnings Surprise Driven by Delayed Tax Filing

The financial-services company posted fourth-quarter revenue of $1.8 billion, up from $994 million a year earlier. → Read More

Autodesk Shares Fall Even Though It Beat Analyst Estimates

Looking ahead, the company’s third-quarter revenue and profit forecasts are in-line with analyst estimates. → Read More

Apple Stock Is Cheaper Than Clorox, Analyst Says. His Price Target Is Street’s Highest.

Cowen analyst Krish Sankar raised his call on the stock to $530 from $470. → Read More

The TikTok Story Is Heating Up. Here Are 4 Potential Outcomes.

Microsoft still seems a likely buyer, but litigation, politics, and rivals complicate the situation. → Read More

Amazon Consumer Chief Jeff Wilke To Retire

He will be succeeded by Dave Clark, currently senior vice president, worldwide operations. → Read More

Xerox Stock Rallies as Carl Icahn Boosts Stake

It’s not yet clear if the increased holding signals that the investor is planning to take a more activist role. → Read More