41 posts and columns on Imran Khan
As Web IPOs Heat Up, Prominent Internet Analyst Khan Jumps From J.P. Morgan to Banking at Credit SuisseIn yet another sign that the Internet market is getting very interesting to Wall Street, well-known analyst Imran Khan is jumping from his perch as managing director at J.P. Morgan to become a banker at Credit Suisse, sources said. In this new role, the high-profile Khan–well known for his reports on digital companies–will be running investment banking for Internet markets, including IPOs and M&A.
Last night, Wall Street yawned at the Eric Schmidt-Larry Page swap at the top of Google. Today, it seems a little more confused about what the change really means.
New year, same debate: Are people – real people, in real numbers – really dropping their cable for Web video? And do the ones who say they might really know what they’re talking about?
JP Morgan helps Goldman explain its $500 million bet, in six eye-popping bar graphs.
Data point of the day: E-book sales are up 193 percent so far this year, and now comprise nine percent of all books sold. Context: That’s the equivalent of two mediocre Hollywood action movies.
Google and MySpace have yet to announce a new search deal. But J.P. Morgan analyst Imran Khan thinks he knows what the new pact will mean to the search giant: A $200 million annual boost.
Google’s Instant is very fast, but the digerati are almost as quick: They’ve immediately started debating what, exactly, the new search feature is going to murder. But J.P. Morgan reminds us that, homicide aside, Google Instant won’t have an immediate impact on the company’s own revenues and costs.