News links for 5 February 2013
Aseguran que la caída de la actividad inmobiliaria es peor que la de 2002 - lanacion.com
The founder of Argentina's Property Council tells La Nacion that now "is one of the most difficult moments in history" for Argentine property markets - worse than in 2002 during the default and depression. Transaction volume has plummeted 85%.
BlackBerry Z10 “Off to a Better Start Than Lumia 920” – AllThingsD
"Bernstein analyst Pierre Ferragu and Barclays’ Jeff Kvaal on Monday shared details of their own Z10 retail checks, and they largely corroborate the findings of an earlier survey by Jefferies & Co. Ferragu pointed to early enthusiasm for the devices in the U.K. as he raised his target price on BlackBerry shares to $22 from $12. “We have grown more confident i...
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