In this Nov. 11, 2008 file photo, the Xperia X1 mobile phone from Sony Ericsson, New York. (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews, file)
Smartphones and tablets have become symbols of the with-it executive doing
business and making money 24/7. Staring intently at their cellphones or hunched
over their iPad, tech savvy execs exude power.
Or do they?
A new study at Harvard Business School suggests that those who use
smartphones and tablets are less aggressive than their peers who use larger
screen devices, according to a report by CNET.
Facebook’s much-anticipated IPO is expected this Friday. Should you invest? Or is the smarter move to hang on to your money?
Everybody has an opinion about investing in the social media goliath. Some experts say Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is too young to run a major company — he turned 28 today. Others say Facebook is the biggest investment opportunity of all time.
Regardless of how you or your broker feel about the company, it will be one of the largest IPOs in history and it will make Zuckerberg and other Facebook executives even richer.
He’s a sample of what pundits from Wall Street to Silicon Valley are saying.