NetSuite Inc

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    Technology & Communications

    Parsing Oracle-NetSuite Material Adverse Effect Clause: Part 1

    In the merger deal between Oracle (ORCL) and NetSuite (N), the MAE clause lays out the circumstances under which Oracle can back out of the transaction.

    By Brent Nyitray, CFA, MBA
  • Technology & Communications

    Why Box Inc. looks to leverage hot tech trends—cloud and mobility

    Here, we’ll discuss the company’s business and how it’s trying to leverage cloud service market growth. Box’s storage product is based on cloud architecture.

    By Puneet Sikka
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    Company & Industry Overviews

    Japanese Financial ETF DXJF Is in a Bearish Trend in 2016

    The WisdomTree Japan Hedged Financials (DXJF) seeks to provide exposure to the Japanese financial sector.

    By Rebecca Keats
  • Technology & Communications

    Why Salesforce shares fell after earnings despite revenue growth

    Shares plunged at the end of February despite Salesforce beating Street estimates with its results for the fiscal fourth quarter ended January 31, 2014.

    By Samantha Nielson
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    Technology & Communications

    Must-know: A brief overview of Box Inc.

    Box has built-in functionality across programs such as Microsoft (or MS) Word, MS PowerPoint, MS Excel, Google Spreadsheets, and Google Docs.

    By Ingrid Pan
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    Technology & Communications

    Overview: The status of Box’s initial public offering

    One of the reasons why the IPO may be delayed is because of sub-optimal equity markets.

    By Ingrid Pan
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    Technology & Communications

    Oracle Announces NetSuite Acquisition: Cloud Gets Bigger

    On July 28, 2016, Oracle (ORCL) and NetSuite (N) announced a merger. Oracle will purchase NetSuite for $109 per share, or $8.6 billion net of cash and debt.

    By Brent Nyitray, CFA, MBA
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    Technology & Communications

    Could the Oracle-NetSuite Deal Get Competitive?

    Oracle (ORCL) co-founder Larry Ellison and his family control 45% of NetSuite (N) stock. So it’s theoretically possible but not likely that a company could make a hostile bid.

    By Brent Nyitray, CFA, MBA
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    Technology & Communications

    Can the Oracle-NetSuite Deal Get Antitrust Approval?

    With most mergers, the rate of return is driven by the time it takes to finalize the transaction. For Oracle (ORCL) and NetSuite (N), the timeline will be driven by the antitrust waiting period.

    By Brent Nyitray, CFA, MBA
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    Technology & Communications

    Oracle-NetSuite Agreement: The Basics

    NetSuite agreed to a non-solicitation agreement with a fiduciary out. This means that during the pendency of the merger, NetSuite may not contact other potential buyers.

    By Brent Nyitray, CFA, MBA
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    Technology & Communications

    The Oracle-NetSuite Merger: What’s the Rationale?

    The relationship between Oracle and NetSuite goes back a long way. Oracle co-founder Larry Ellison and his family own almost half of NetSuite stock.

    By Brent Nyitray, CFA, MBA
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    Macroeconomic Analysis

    What Are XLF’s Year-to-Date Outflows?

    In 2016 so far, ETF investors have withdrawn $2 billion from the Financial Select Sector SPDR ETF (XLF).

    By Rebecca Keats
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    Company & Industry Overviews

    Microsoft Trades below Moving Averages in August

    Out of 41 analysts covering Microsoft (MSFT), 22 have a “buy” recommendation on it, six have a “sell” recommendation, and 13 recommend “hold.”

    By Adam Rogers
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