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J.P. Morgan analyst talks iCloud, iPhone advances

Just ahead of Apple's WWDC, J.P. Morgan's Mark Moskowitz sees a strong launch for the company's iCloud service and incremental updates for the iPhone 4, for now.

By June 6, 2011


Reports: J.P. Morgan Chase in talks for Twitter stake

The banking giant's investment is expected to value the microblogging site at $4.5 billion, according to published reports.

By February 27, 2011


How J.P. Morgan, Chase tied the IT knot

Two senior J.P. Morgan Chase executives explain how a worldwide team set the stage for transforming the merged company's IT organization.

October 5, 2003


Windows Blue gets official name: Windows 8.1

Tami Reller, the top Windows marketing and financial exec, tells a J.P. Morgan conference that Windows 8.1 will be free and available later this year.

By May 14, 2013


Haswell chip notebooks won't save PC sales, says analyst

Intel's next-generation Haswell chip may reawaken interest in PCs but won't permanently boost sales, according to a J.P Morgan analyst.

By April 11, 2013


Linux server maker nabs J.P. Morgan deal

Egenera plans to announce Wednesday that J.P. Morgan Chase has bought several of its servers for supercomputing calculations.

By January 21, 2003


iPad Mini to drive lower-cost tablets, says analyst

Tablet vendors will strive for sub-$199 prices this year, especially after the release of the next version of the iPad Mini, according to a J.P. Morgan analyst.

By March 7, 2013


iPad sales may be lower than expected, says analyst

The tablet's sales last quarter may have been hampered by supply contraints, says a J.P. Morgan analyst.

By January 17, 2013


AMD reportedly hires bank to explore options such as a sale

Reuters reports that AMD has hired J.P. Morgan to consider strategic alternatives such as selling its patent portfolio -- or the entire company. AMD says it's not actively pursuing a sale.

By November 13, 2012


iPad Mini to grab sales from $199 tablets, says analyst

With iOS 6 and a 7.9-inch screen size, the iPad Mini will scoop up market share from rival tablets, according to a J.P. Morgan analyst.

By October 24, 2012