Eric Jackson is founder and Managing Member of Ironfire Capital and the general partner and investment manager of Ironfire Capital US Fund LP and Ironfire Capital International Fund, Ltd. In January 2007, Jackson started the world's first Internet-based campaign to increase shareholder value at Yahoo!, leading to a change in CEOs in 2007. He also spoke out in favor of Yahoo!'s accepting Microsoft's buyout offer in 2008. Global Proxy Watch named Jackson as one of its 10 "Stars" who positively influenced international corporate governance and shareowner value in 2007.
Why I don't pay attention to 13Fs.
Its developer conference begins with good signs for the stock.
The Q10 throws into sharp relief what Apple could do better.
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And it's pulling up the other Chinese Internet names with it.
It's actually no longer really a social networking company.
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Many investors took a step back and concluded that this was a trough quarter.