Monday, Apr 18th 2022
“What is the difference between a taxidermist and a tax collector? The taxidermist takes only your skin.” —Mark Twain
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1) Twitter board moves to fend off takeover after Elon Musk offers to buy company for $43 billion
Titan’s Takeaway: Elon Musk has managed to do what no one else could — make board machinations and shareholder rights plans a topic of mainstream conversation. And whether this latest drama results in Twitter going private or not, this episode serves as just the latest example of the company creating headaches for investors with little to show for it.
2) Retail sales rise in March amid higher gas prices as pandemic-era habits show signs of slowing down
Titan’s Takeaway: A drop in online spending shows consumer habits continue to normalize, a positive sign for economic growth. Rising gas prices taking away more than all of the growth in spending elsewhere in the economy tempers some of our enthusiasm about the strength of U.S. consumers.
3) Apple tests new Macs with next-gen chips as company continues homegrown processor development
Titan’s Takeaway: Apple’s iPhone and Services businesses garner most of the investment community’s attention, and rightly so — together these segments account for ~70% of Apple’s revenue. Development in Apple’s Mac line and its in-house chips, however, reminds investors that innovation at Apple continues to mean much more than a new financing scheme for iPhones.
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