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The search giant wants to help carriers adopt technologies that make it easier to replace proprietary hardware with commodity servers and switches.
Funds are unloading shares of these five big stocks -- but the timing looks suspect on a few of them.
While Nokia may be able to favorably settle its new infringement suits against Apple, Apple's antitrust suit against Nokia could have more far-reaching implications.
Though its earnings report contains some bright spots, Cisco was unable to sidestep the telecom capex issues that have stung many peers. Weak enterprise switching demand also didn't help.
A string of downbeat earnings reports suggests weak telecom capital spending will take a toll on many companies. That includes some optical component high-flyers.
The markets are nervous again, but investors should look at fundamentals.
Shares of Ericsson were lower Wednesday after saying its third-quarter earnings would be well below expectations.
A cautious start for Wall Street this Wednesday ahead of the release of minutes from the last Fed meeting.
Samsung slashed its profit outlook due to the failure of the Galaxy Note 7, while Sprint looks to raise money to fund its business.
For a variety of reasons, many of Juniper's peers are unlikely to bid for the company. But if its size isn't an issue, private equity firms could show interest.
Shares of Ericsson moved higher Monday after the company announced that the CEO has stepped down.
Verizon won the competitive bidding process for Yahoo and will pay the company $4.8 billion for its internet properties.
CSCO is trading down on JNPR's disappointing 1Q guidance, but Cisco's mix shift to high-growth, high-margin areas protects it from short-term weakness.
As we approach the closing bell, I'm getting ready for the earnings reports that will hit after the close. They include American Railcar (ARII) and Trinity Industries (TRN), which I touched on earlier today; Applied Materials (AMAT), which will shed...
Stocks ended higher in a choppy session as tech sector gains overshadowed another slump in crude oil prices.
Imagine a time when artificial intelligence replaces your smartphone screen, and your own personal 3-D printer is printing out your meals. That time might not be too far away.
Shares fell Friday on lower guidance, but the tech firm looks solid.
Stocks extended losses at midday trading Monday as markets continued to process the idea that the Federal Reserve could hike rates next month.
If the former mobile leader does jump into the market, it will have more competitors than ever.
Nokia's misguided ideas include buying Alcatel and hoping to re-enter the mobile phone market.
Let's take a look at the three best large-cap communications equipment firms that TheStreet Quant Ratings has determined you should immediately add to your portfolio.
Where it began. "The bottom line is that there is far too much over-confidence in the US recovery. Fragile and vulnerable in itself, the US recovery now battles against the rest of the world, which like a horror movie is dragging it down into a hell...
It will soon be flush with cash, but the company is far from out of the woods.
The owner of the New York Stock Exchange has been acquired by the InterContinentalExchange in a deal valued at $8.2 billion.