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    Tuesday, January 8, 2013
    CyrusOne Sets Estimated IPO Range
    Carrollton, Texas-based datacenter operator CyrusOne has just set the number of shares and estimated range for its IPO, saying in a filing this morning that it is offering up 16.5M shares of its common stock, with an estimated IPO pricing of between $16.00 and $18.00 per share. The firm, which has applied to list on the NASDAQ Global Select Market, is hoping to trade as CONE. CyrusOne initially filed for its IPO in August. The estimated IPO pricing is (More info...)

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    Alsbridge Gets Funding From Private Equity Firm
    Dallas-based outsourcing and consulting firm Alsbridge said today that it has received an investment from private equity firm LRR Partners. Financial details of the investment were not disclosed. According to the company, the funding will go towards growth efforts. Alsbridge provides benchmarking, outsourcing consulting and network advisory services for CIOs. The company is headed by Ben Trowbridge. The company said it was advised by MHT Partners in (More info...)

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    AT&T Sets Smartphone Sales Record
    Dallas-based wireless carrier AT&T said today that it has set a sales record for smartphones, selling more than 10 million smartphones in the fourth quarter of 2012. The firm said the amount is the record for the company, topping its earlier record of 9.4 million smartphones sold in the fourth quarter of 2011. AT&T also said it had its best-ever, quarterly sales of both Android and Apple smartphones. The numbers are further testament of the shift in the wi (More info...)

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    GameStop: Holiday Sales Drop, Lower Traffic At Stores
    It looks like the holidays weren't all that bright for Grapevine, Texas-based videogame retailer GameStop. According to numbers released by the company this morning, its sales for the nine week holiday period ended December 29th dropped 4.6 percent, to $2.88 billion, compared to 2011. The firm said it did see traffic from the Wii U launch, and strong digital and mobile growth, but also reported lower store traffic. As a result of the lackluster holid (More info...)

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