Downgrades send Lenovo shares plunging 16%; plus: no Android tablets in Google deal
Morrisville, N.C. — A Lenovo spokesperson won't talk about rumors that the world's No. 1 PC maker is negotiating some kind of deal for Sony's Vaio computer group, but investors are. Lenovo shares plunged 16 percent Tuesday in the wake of the Sony story and the $2.9 billion Google Motorola Mobility deal. Five analyst firms also downgraded the stock. Meanwhile, Lenovo did shed some light on that deal. In another clarification, Google is not parting with its own secretive "skunk works."...
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