Adobe: AI expected to drive growth as Figma deal remains foggy

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By Jess Jones Photoshop owner Adobe is gearing up to post third quarter results on Thursday which, according to analysts, are looking bright for the company as it pins hopes on artificial intelligence (AI). Analyst consensus expects revenue for the design software compare to rise to $4.87bn (£3.88bn), up from $4.52bn in the third quarter last year and at the higher end of its own estimates of $4.83bn-$4.87bn. Profits are also expected to grow annually, rising 17 per cent to $3.97 per share. According to Mizuho Securities, a Japanese capital markets company, the third quarter is likely to show … Read More “Adobe: AI expected to drive growth as Figma deal remains foggy”

All Signs Point Toward Mel Tucker’s Eventual Dismissal From Michigan State

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By Pat Forde Forty names, games, teams and minutiae making news in college football (playoff highlight videos from 2015–20 sold separately in Tuscaloosa and Clemson): FIRST QUARTER: THE MESS IN EAST LANSINGOn Oct. 30, 2021, Mel Tucker (1) and Michigan State were on top of the World. The Spartans defeated hated rival Michigan 37–33 in a wildly entertaining game in a raucous Spartan Stadium, improving to 8–0 on the season and rising to No. 3 in the AP poll. Less than three weeks later, with Tucker considered a hot commodity on the coaching market, the school stunned the industry by giving him a … Read More “All Signs Point Toward Mel Tucker’s Eventual Dismissal From Michigan State”