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2 years ago#1
When investment advisors are writing articles like this, you know a company is in trouble.

Source:

http://www.fool.com/investing/general/2013/09/21/will-microsoft-sell-off-the-xbox-brand.aspx
2 years ago#2
Excellent
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2 years ago#3
HamburgerTime88 posted...
Excellent


I LOVE hamburgers.
2 years ago#4
shotgunheadshot posted...
HamburgerTime88 posted...
Excellent


I LOVE hamburgers.


Aren't you being a little too forward with HamburgerTime88?
2 years ago#5
shotgunheadshot posted...
HamburgerTime88 posted...
Excellent


I LOVE hamburgers.


We should hang out
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2 years ago#6
"For these reasons, you can expect Microsoft and Xbox to stick together, even if there are bumps along the road."

The author thinks Xbox will stick with MS.

Also, the Xbox One will be the only next gen system making a profit (or at least breaking even) at launch. That will make most investors happy enough.
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2 years ago#7
I wasn't expecting fool.com to be a legitimate site, but it is...
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2 years ago#8
slyman19 posted...
"For these reasons, you can expect Microsoft and Xbox to stick together, even if there are bumps along the road."

The author thinks Xbox will stick with MS.

Also, the Xbox One will be that only next gen system making a profit (or at least breaking even) at launch. That will make most investors happy enough.


By what math do you determine this?
2 years ago#9
NewMoonShadow posted...
slyman19 posted...
"For these reasons, you can expect Microsoft and Xbox to stick together, even if there are bumps along the road."

The author thinks Xbox will stick with MS.

Also, the Xbox One will be that only next gen system making a profit (or at least breaking even) at launch. That will make most investors happy enough.


By what math do you determine this?


http://www.examiner.com/article/microsoft-xbox-one-will-break-even-or-make-profit-with-launch
2 years ago#10
It's the state of the industry.

http://www.giantbomb.com/sony-corporation/3010-3223/forums/sony-working-to-sell-of-its-entertainment-division-1438591/
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