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Tag Archives: Mobile

Quarterly Industry Updates – Q4 2013

Our quarterly updates for software, mobile, internet and healthcare industries are now published. Feel free to reach out to us if you have any questions or join our mailing list for future updates via email. Here is the link to the updates.

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Quarterly Industry Updates – Q3 2013

Our quarterly updates for software, mobile, internet and healthcare industries are now published. Feel free to reach out to us if you have any questions or join our mailing list for future updates via email. Here is the link to the updates.

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Thoughts on Hasbro / Backflip Studios

Earlier this week, Hasbro paid $112 million in cash to take a 70% stake in Colorado-based Backflip Studios, the company behind mobile games Dragonvale, NinJump, and Paper Toss.  Although the public markets remain significantly depressed in gaming, we believe the Backflip deal is a sign that there is growing activity, and even enthusiasm again for

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Quarterly Industry Updates

Our quarterly updates for software, mobile, internet and healthcare industries are now published. Feel free to reach out to us if you have any questions or join our mailing list for future updates via email.

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Apple Files Patent for Crowd Sourced Travel Routes

Last month my colleague Jeff Bean posted his thoughts on Google’s acquisition of Waze for over $1 billion.  In his post he posed a question on what would Apple do in response.  Well we now have the answer – The US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) released Apple’s patent application where a user can provide rating for routes, streets

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Thoughts on Google / Waze

Google, the world’s leading Internet company, has agreed to acquire Waze, the  Israel-based company behind the popular mobile mapping and traffic information app used by approximately 50 million users. The transaction exemplifies the power of going non-exclusive in buyer negotiations and having multiple bidders in a process. After having reportedly rebuffed Facebook’s $1.0 billion offer

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Vista Point Advisors Quarterly M&A Updates

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