Morning roundup: pick of the comment, January 04 2011

Apple stock soars as Wall Street predicts what’s next for its iDarling (All Things Digital)
Apple shares soared on the first trading day of 2011, reaching a new all-time high and topping $300bn in market capitalisation. Ina Fried looks at what may come next for the gadget king.

Are Facebook and Goldman Sachs reinflating the bubble? (GigaOm)
It’s been over a decade since Time Warner and America Online merged in a $180-billion deal, marking the peak of the Internet bubble and the beginning of a long drought for technology stocks — a drought that has arguably been broken only by Apple and Google. Now Facebook seems to be taking the lead in the next wave of tech-stock enthusiasm, with Goldman Sachs reportedly investing $450m in the social network, giving the company a theoretical market valuation of $50bn.

CBR’s quotes of the year, 2010 (CBR Rolling Blog)
Nostalgic for 2010 already? Relive the year’s high points with our choice of the quotes of the year. Who described what as "a great enterprise software soap opera"? Who told who to "f**k off"? And what did Steve Jobs described as "meaningless"?

How did I do with my tech predictions for 2010? (The Guardian)
It takes a brave journalist to stick their neck out and predict tech trends for the next year… and it takes a braver one to relive those predictions at the start of the following year. Charles Arthur does just that…

Top 5 BPM impacts for the next decade (Gartner)
Jim Sinur looks at the Business process management (BPM) space and what lies ahead over the next 10 years.

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