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IFG Introduces The Defiant Stock I Pistol

The Italian Firearms Group (IFG) is an Amarillo (TX) based importer established in 2010 and specialized, you guessed it, in Italian made firearms. Their main brands are F.A.I.R., Pedersoli, Sabatti, and Ft. Italia. The latter manufacturer, unlike the others, can sound like a new name to those already familiar with Italian firearms. It turns out […] Read More … The post IFG Introduces The Defiant Stock I Pistol appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Tags: Guns, Press Releases, Stock, Defiant, IFG, Pistols, Guns & Gear, Tanfoglio, Semi-Auto, 10 Mm, Amarillo TX, Italian Firearms Group, Firearms Group IFG, Pedersoli Sabatti


Eventbrite Stock Down 30% On Higher Than Expected Loss, Weak Revenue Projections [UPDATE]

UPDATE: Eventbrite shares fell sharply Friday morning, after the company issued a first-quarter revenue outlook below Wall Street expectations. The independent ticketing company predicted first-quarter revenue of $80 million to $84 million, well short of the $91 million analysts polled had forecast. Revenue topped expectations, but it was not enough.  Per share Q4 losses were 17 cents per share vs the 14 cents predicted by analysts polled by Refinitiv and reported by CNBC. Revenue was $7...
Tags: Music, Mexico, Tickets, Stock, Cnbc, Stock Price, Eventbrite, Music Business, Live & Touring, Bruce Houghton, FactSet, Startups & Funding, Refinitiv, Mexico Eventbrite


Eventbrite Stock Falls 25% On Higher Than Expected Losses, Weak Q1 Revenue Projections

Eventbrite shares feel sharply in after hours trading Thursday, after it issued a first-quarter revenue outlook below Wall Street expectations. The independent ticketing company predicted first-quarter revenue of $80 million to $84 million, well short of the $91 million analysts polled had forecast. Revenue topped expectations, but it was not enough.  Per share Q4 losses were 17 cents per share vs the 14 cents predicted by analysts polled by Refinitiv and reported by CNBC. Revenue was ...
Tags: Music, Mexico, Tickets, Stock, Cnbc, Stock Price, Eventbrite, Music Business, Live & Touring, Bruce Houghton, FactSet, Startups & Funding, Refinitiv, Mexico Eventbrite, Eventbrite Stock Falls


Eventbrite Falls 25% On Higher Than Expected Losses, Weak Q1 Revenue Projections

Eventbrite shares feel sharply in after hours trading Thursday, after it issued a first-quarter revenue outlook below Wall Street expectations. The independent ticketing company predicted first-quarter revenue of $80 million to $84 million, well short of the $91 million analysts polled had forecast. Revenue topped expectations, but it was not enough.  Per share Q4 losses were 17 cents per share vs the 14 cents predicted by analysts polled by Refinitiv and reported by CNBC. Revenue was ...
Tags: Music, Mexico, Tickets, Stock, Cnbc, Stock Price, Eventbrite, Music Business, Live & Touring, Bruce Houghton, FactSet, Startups & Funding, Refinitiv, Mexico Eventbrite


Tesla Announced Layoffs to Public Before Telling Employees: Report

On Thursday, Tesla announced it will finally begin delivering the Model 3’s long-awaited base trim to the public through direct online sales. By eliminating storefronts, the automaker believes it can reduce costs — helping to get that pesky profit situation under control. Unfortunately, reports have emerged that claim those employees had no idea their jobs […] The post Tesla Announced Layoffs to Public Before Telling Employees: Report appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: Elon Musk, Layoffs, Jobs, Strategy, Tesla, Auto Industry, Autos, Stock, Tesla Motors, Tesla Model 3, Model 3, News Blog, Dealer News, Tesla Announced Layoffs


Realogy stock craters to all-time low after missing guidance

After reporting less than expected revenue and missing their earnings per share guidance, shares for Realogy cratered today, reaching an all-time low, according to real-time financial data
Tags: Shares, Radio, Earnings, Guidance, Stock, Dow Jones, Investors, Industry News, Realogy, Markets & Economy, Brokerage, Select, Ryan Schneider


Purplebricks in turmoil: shares plummet, CEOs out

The stock price drop Thursday came as Purplebricks announced that both Lee Wainwright and Eric Eckardt, the U.K. and U.S. CEOs, respectively, were leaving the company. In a statement, Purplebricks said that Wainwright was leaving for "personal reasons." It gave no explanation for Eckardt's departure. 
Tags: Radio, Stock Market, Stock, Wainwright, Purplebricks, Brokerage, Select, Eric Eckardt, Flat Fee Brokerage, Lee Wainwright, Eckardt


Spotify are making a profit for the first time in 13 years

Spotify have been leading the music streaming revolution for 10+ years and at last the company has turned a profit for the first time. Spotify have revealed their and it shows the company is continuing their great growth. In addition the streaming service has a positive Operating Income, Net Income, and Free Cash Flow for the first time in the company’s history. The report shows that their overall Q4 revenue stood at €1,495 million, a 30% year-on-year increase. They reported their first...
Tags: Spotify, Music, Shares, Report, Revenue, Profit, Streaming, Income, Stock, Digital Music News, Industry News


Softbank Dumps its Entire NVIDIA Stock Holding

Earlier this morning they shocked Silicon Valley by announcing the sale of its entire NVIDIA shareholding, valued on December 31 at JYP 39.8 billion, or $3.6 billion in the US. The post Softbank Dumps its Entire NVIDIA Stock Holding appeared first on ThinkComputers.org.
Tags: Softbank, US, Shares, All News, Hardware News, Web News, Nvidia, Silicon Valley, Stock, Softbank Dumps


Gossamer Bio Adds $276M in Second Biotech “Unicorn” IPO of 2019

Gossamer Bio, the San Diego-based biotech founded by former Receptos executives, has raised $276 million in its initial public offering, a total that puts it in a rare class among biotechs that have gone public in recent years.The amount raised surpassed expectations. During the partial federal government shutdown in January, Gossamer announced it would pursue a little-used path to the public markets that required it to fix a share price, which was locked in for 20 days. But shortly thereafter ...
Tags: Startups, Drugs, Ipo, Funding, Trends, Regulators, Asthma, San Diego, SEC, Biotech, Nasdaq, Financing, Government Shutdown, Stock, Investor, Stock Price


Tencent’s stock soars making it’s co-presidents billionaires

Tencent’s entry onto the New York Stock Exchange has been up and down but last weeks boost puts them in a great position. Last month Tencent Music Entertainment made their entry on to the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), launching a much anticipated and repeatedly delayed IPO. Tencent Music went public at $13 per share but last week the company saw stocks trading above $16 which put it’s 2 co-presidents, Xie Zhenyu and Xie Guomin’s fortunes worth just under $1 billion. They closed the we...
Tags: Spotify, Music, Investment, Tencent, Streaming, New York Stock Exchange, Stock, Tencent Holdings, Stock Exchange, Nyse, Industry News, Pony Ma, New York Stock Exchange NYSE, Ma Huateng, Tencent Music Entertainment, Tencent Music


Napster are now 84% majority owned by RealNetworks

Napster have re-positioned themselves since the name relaunched 3 years ago and now RealNetworks are investing big in their music services. RealNetworks have doubled their stake in Rhapsody International, making them a majority owner of music streaming service Napster with an 84% stake. RealNetworks, a “recognised leader in digital media software and services”, received approval from the Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control to purchase the large stake in Napster. Befor...
Tags: Music, US, Investment, Stock, Rob Glaser, Industry News, Music Business, Applebee, RealNetworks, Napster, Rhapsody, Real Networks, Bill Patrizio, Cary Baker, Napster Napster


Escarole Soup with Beans and Meatballs

Soup is something I never order in a restaurant. I never really knew why it didn’t appeal to me, but making this one make me realize that it’s because soup is something I can easily make at home. Even if you’re not someone who considers yourself a cook, a simple Celery Root Soup or Potato Leek Soup with just a few ingredients simmered up and blended together is pretty hard to mess up. I found myself with an extra-large head of escarole last week, which one of my favorite winter greens. I have ...
Tags: Food, Winter, Recipe, Soups, Recipes, Soup, Greens, Stock, Salt, Sausage, Chicken Stock, Meatballs, Olive Oil, Escarole Soup, Italian Wedding Soup, Escarole


Redfin Survey: Gen-Xers & Older Millennials Believe Stocks are a Better Investment than Real Estate

35-44 year olds were hit hardest by the housing bust just as they reached prime first-time homebuying age Seattle, WA – Jan. 7, 2019 (PRNewswire) (NASDAQ: RDFN) Less than half of homebuyers and sellers between the ages of 35 and 44 believe that real estate is a better long-term investment than the stock market, according to a survey from Redfin (www.redfin.com), the next-generation real estate brokerage. In December 2018, Redfin surveyed more than 2,600 people nationwide who at the time bought o...
Tags: Real Estate, Radio, United States, Millennials, Survey, Stock, Redfin, Millennial, Gen Xers, Real Estate News, Red Fin, Seattle WA Jan, Daryl Fairweather This, Younger Baby Boomers


Deutsche Bank Raises UMG Valuation 45% To $33 Billion As Sales Search Continues

Deutsche Bank has raised its valuation of Universal Music Group 45% to $33.19 billion, up from a previous  $22.86 billion. That values UMG higher than the market capitalization of its parent company Vivendi, which currently sits at $32.35 billion. "With the hype around UMG stake sale having subsided, there is now scope for valuation to surprise to the upside in 2H 2019," says Deutsche Bank says. The bank sees music streaming revenue growing to $21B by 2023 from $7B last year, reports Seek...
Tags: Music, Alibaba, Musicians, Deutsche Bank, Sirius Xm, Stock, Vivendi, Music Business, Music Tech, Major Labels, Umg, Musician, Bruce Houghton, Liberty Media, Startups & Funding, Seeking Alpha Vivendi


Spotify Sees $1.5B Tencent Windfall As Stock Hits New Low (NASDAQ: SPOT)

The value of Spotify's stake in Tencent Music nearly double when the Chinese music streamer went public on the New York Stock Exchange last week.  Spotify's windfall could top $1.5 billion and make the company profitable in  Q4.  Spotify stock closed at $120.47 Monday, a post-IPO low. In December 2017, Spotify received over 8.5 million shares valued at about $1 billion as part of a stock swap with Chinese streamer Tencent Music. When Tencent delayed its IPO last quarter, an F-1 Registrat...
Tags: Spotify, Music, Tencent, Streaming, New York Stock Exchange, Nasdaq, Stock, Music Business, Music Tech, Bruce Houghton, Spotify Spotify, Tencent Music, Q4 Spotify, Tencent Music When Tencent


Spotify To Rise 60% say 33 Top Analysts as Stock Hits New Low, Sheds $12B Value (NASDAQ:SPOT)

Spotify stock closed at $125.68 on Friday, ticking up slightly from an all time day-end low of $125.55 the day before. In late July, Spotify's stock was soaring at $196.28, raising the streamer's market cap to $35.3 billion. 5 months later the Spotify market cap has fallen more than $12 billion to $23 billion.  Despite the stock price drop and ongoing questions regarding the streamer's prospects for eventual profitability, an overwhelming number of Wall Street analysts still  rate Spotif...
Tags: Spotify, Music, Streaming, Stock, Music Business, Music Tech, Bruce Houghton, NASDAQ:SPOT, Marketbeat Ratings reports One equities


Tencent raised over $1 billion their first day on the NYSE

Tencent Music’s highly anticipated entry onto the New York Stock Exchange has finally come after months of postponements. After Spotify’s successful IPO earlier this year other music services have been eyeing up an entry onto the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). Tencent Music have been planning one since early this year but have delayed a number of times due to uncertainty in global markets. Now Tencent Music Entertainment have launched their IPO at last under TME on the NYSE. TME have a mark...
Tags: Asia, Spotify, Music, China, Ipo, Tencent, SEC, Stocks, New York Stock Exchange, Stock, Initial Public Offering, Nyse, Industry News, QQ Music, Kugou, Kuwo


Dell Sets Return to Public Market With Shareholder OK of VMware Deal

Austin—Dell Technologies is on its way to becoming a public company again. Shareholders of a stock that’s linked to Dell subsidiary VMware approved a plan for Dell to buy out the stock, allowing it to return to the public market.Dell, based in Round Rock, TX, announced Tuesday that 61 percent of the shareholders of the so-called “tracking stock” voted in favor the deal. (About 89 percent of shareholders voted.) The stock, traded as DMVT, was issued when Dell acquired storage giant EMC in 2016 f...
Tags: Deals, Texas, Hardware, Server, Ipo, Cloud Computing, Trends, Debt, Hp, Bloomberg, Shares, Computer, Software, Austin, Michael Dell, M&a


Tencent Music’s IPO looms and they are being sued by an investor

China’s biggest streaming service are finally gearing up for their long-awaited IPO this week, but one of their investors are unhappy with the media giants and taking legal action. Tencent Music Entertainment have been discussing an IPO for a majority of 2018 after Spotify so successfully placed themselves on the New York Stock Exchange. After months of delays due to uncertainty on global stocks Tencent have finally set the date for their Initial Public Offering as December 12th. Now just da...
Tags: Spotify, Music, China, Ipo, US, Investment, United States, Tencent, Streaming, Trading, Sue, New York Stock Exchange, Equity, Stock, Investor, Initial Public Offering


LunaDNA Offers Stock for Data in Bid to Build Research Database

Henrietta Lacks’ “immortal cells” contributed enormously to the progression of scientific discovery, but Lacks, a poor, black woman who died from cervical cancer in 1951 months after her cells were harvested, never personally benefited from or consented to the medical research the HeLa cell line enabled.Dawn Barry, a former executive at San Diego genome sequencing powerhouse Illumina (NASDAQ: ILMN) who cofounded LunaDNA last year, says her company is committed to compensating those who help it ...
Tags: Startups, Trends, San Diego, Shareholders, SEC, Biotech, Equity, Stock, Illumina, Equity Crowdfunding, Life Sciences, Sheppard Mullin, Solana Beach, ARCH Venture Partners, Henrietta Lacks, National blog main


Tencent Music Sets 2018 U.S. IPO, Spotify Could Net $2B

After speculation that Tencent Music would delay its IPO until 2019, the streamer filed paperwork Monday to move forward with a U.S. stock offering before the end of 2018. The IPO could also be a big win for Spotify. The music division of Chinese tech and shopping giant Tencent Holdings hopes to raise between $1.07 billion and $1.23 billion from a New York Stock Exchange IPO, according to today's SEC filings.  That's well below the $2 billion the company had originally hoped to net. IP...
Tags: Spotify, Music, China, Ipo, Tencent, Streaming, SEC, Stock, Tencent Holdings, Nyse, Music Business, Music Tech, Bruce Houghton, Tencent Music, New York Stock Exchange IPO, TME Tencent Music


Spotify Stock Ready To Rebound After All-Time Low

Spotify stock was up 2.31% to $132.70 in pre-market trading on Wednesday, after hitting an all time of $120.49 on Tuesday. The streamer's apparent recovery began on Tuesday afternoon, with the stock rising 2.37% and closing at $129.70. While several analysts have reduced their target price to the $175 to $200 range in recent weeks, most continue to see an upside for Spotify. [Author: Bruce Houghton]
Tags: Spotify, Music, Streaming, Stock, Music Business, Music Tech, Bruce Houghton, Time Low


Tencent’s IPO gets delayed again, likely to 2019

China’s streaming giant Tencent have once again delayed their plans to go public making it likely that we won’t see their IPO this year. Tencent Music Entertainment (TME) are China’s dominating streaming service with over 800 million users. The streaming giant made their plans clear earlier this year to expand with an upcoming Initial Public Offering (IPO) on the US stock market, following Spotify’s lucrative entry onto the New York Stock Exchange. After delaying their plans to early November ...
Tags: Spotify, Music, China, Ipo, US, Tencent, Streaming, Stocks, Public, New York Stock Exchange, Market, Stock, Initial Public Offering, Nyse, Industry News, Tencent Music Entertainment


Interest rates and fears of a mounting trade war send tech stocks lower

Shares of technology companies were battered in today’s trading as fears of an increasing trade war between the U.S. and China and rising interest rates convinced worried investors to sell. The Nasdaq Composite Index, which is where many of the country’s largest technology companies trade their shares, was down 219.4 points, or 3%, to 7,028.48. Meanwhile, the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 395.8 points, or 1.6%, to 25,017.44. Facebook, Alphabet (the parent company of Google), Apple, Netfli...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Google, Amazon, TC, Facebook, Technology, Finance, China, Supply Chain, Tech, Economy, Netflix, United States, New-York-Times, Stock


STOCK WATCH: Eventbrite, Spotify and Snap

With more music and music related stock traded on the public markets, Hypebot is stepping up its coverage of the markets, quarterly reports and earnings calls. Here, with a help from CelebrityAccess, are updates on Eventbrite, Spotify and Snap. Snapchat parent company Snap saw its stock drop in pre-market trading Wednesday, after divulging that regulators at the Department of Justice and the Securities and Exchange Commission are investigating whether it misled investors before the launch o...
Tags: Spotify, Music, Instagram, Ipo, Department Of Justice, Doj, Stock, Securities And Exchange Commission, Eventbrite, Snap, Bruce Houghton, Nick Bell, Skift, Snap Snap, Meanwhile Square, Deadline Hollywood Its IPO


Spotify Stock Hits All Time Low After Analysts Downgrade

Spotify stock fell 4.89% on Monday, closing the day at $131.13. That leaves the streamer with a market cap of just under $24 billion. At one point in the day, the stock fell to an all time low of $126.75.  Spotify's  downturn continued on a day of turmoil in the market overall, but was exacerbated after analysts from Barclays, JPMorgan Chase, Evercore  and Wells Fargo all downgraded their target price for the stock to the $190 - $200 per share range. Spotify stock was up 3.4% to $134.7...
Tags: Spotify, Music, Streaming, Stock, Wells Fargo, Music Business, Music Tech, Bruce Houghton, Barclays JPMorgan Chase Evercore


Pandora Reports Solid Q3, 6.8M Paid Subscribers

Pandora reported a sold Q3, including adding 784,000 subscribers in Q3, reaching approximately 6.8 million for its various paid services. That's a fraction of Spotify or Apple Music, but when factoring users of its free service, Pandora has 68.8 million active users, with total listener hours of 4.81 billion. It's the streamers first earnings report since the announcement of its pending acquisition by SiriusXM. “Looking ahead, I couldn’t be more excited about Pandora joining forces wi...
Tags: Music, Australia, Pandora, New Zealand, Streaming, Stock, Music Business, Music Tech, Bruce Houghton, EBITDA, GAAP, CPM, Australia New Zealand, Pandora SiriusXM, Pandora Premium, Roger Lynch Pandora


Spotify [NYSE:SPOT] Announces $1 Billion Stock Buy Back

[UPDATED] Spotify Technology S.A. (NYSE:SPOT) announced that it will begin a $1 billion  stock repurchase.  Repurchases of up to 10,000,000 in Spotify 'ordinary shares' have been authorized  by shareholders and the Board of Directors up to a total cost of  $1 billion.  After the announcement, Spotify stock rose 2.6% in premarket trading Monday morning. Spotify stock has been on a downward spiral in recent weeks, losing as much as 30% form summertime highs. The stock repurchase prog...
Tags: Spotify, Music, Streaming, Stock, Music Business, Music Tech, Bruce Houghton, Company, Startups & Funding


Spotify plans to buy back up to $1 billion in stock

In a move aimed at boosting its falling stock price, Spotify this morning announced it would buy back up to $1.0 billion worth of stock – up to 10 million in ordinary shares. The repurchase program was authorized by the company’s general meeting of shareholders and approved by the Board of Directors. The program will expire on April 21, 2021, Spotify says. The decision to buy back stock comes at a time when Spotify is reporting modest growth for its streaming business, but is struggling in pu...
Tags: Amazon, Startups, TC, Spotify, Music, Australia, Stock, Apple Music, Amazon Music, Sirius, U S U K Canada