To take on their toughest critics, big banks are playing as visitors on social media's turf. Can they keep up, much less win?
By Nin-Hai Tseng, contributor
Five days a week, and sometimes weekends, Larry Rubinoff pounds away on his laptop with a mission: Expose what he believes to be the truth about the big banks' roles in the global financial meltdown.
For this semi-retired mortgage professional turned blogger, running Goldmansachs666.com isn't MOREMar 24, 2010 12:45 PM ET
Two very different iPhone reports -- with very different perspectives -- were published this week.
One, from Citigroup's Richard Gardner, focused on the short-term. He looked at inventory levels in Apple's supplier channels, saw levels coming down, concluded that iPhone sales over the holidays were soft, and lowered his Apple (AAPL) price targets for the next three years.
The other, from Generator Research's Andrew Sheehy, took the long view. He reviewed Apple's MOREPhilip Elmer-DeWitt - Jan 14, 2009 9:32 AM ET
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