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Jim Cramer is fond of Hewlett Packard Enterprise and he's buying the shares aggressively.
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.
The election of Donald Trump is clearly a "mixed bag" for technology investors and investment bankers.
Both private equity firms and tech companies have shown a willingness to make 10-figure enterprise acquisitions. The fervor appears far from over.
As Barefoot Network's transformative switch chip looks to disrupt the market, its competitors are years behind.
A deal with AT&T, and a report of a pending deal with VMware, are fresh signs smaller cloud players are deciding it's in their interests to partner with the giants.
Investor enthusiasm about Nutanix's strong growth and innovative data center offerings resulted in a spectacular IPO. But shares may have gotten ahead of themselves.
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.
The social networking giant has unveiled many hardware designs in recent years. Its purchase of startup Nascent Objects could help it create future designs more quickly.
Jim Cramer says it was 'absolutely right' of HP Enterprise to sell its software unit.
HPE is still pointed higher, but momentum has slowed.
Hewlett Packard plans to spin off its non-core software assets, while some analysts are not looking at Apple's latest iPhone too fondly.
Crude oil is higher today after the American Petroleum Institute reported a surprise big drop in supplies.
But don't expect miracles, given the current state of the IT hardware market.
On Wednesday, September 7, investors await a live event from Apple, where the iPhone 7 is expected to be unveiled.
U.S. markets are closed for Labor Day on Monday, but investors are looking ahead to a key ECB policy meeting and quarterly results from a slew of major companies.
U.S. stocks moved slightly higher early Friday, after a weaker-than-expected August jobs report fanned hopes of a delayed rate hike from the Federal Reserve.
Investors eye the August jobs report, while lululemon shares drop after missing revenue forecasts.
Earnings growth for the printing and PC company comes almost entirely from share buybacks.
Stock markets suffer from a case of Fed-induced stupor; again.
U.S. stocks creep back from lows to trade just shy of the record levels achieved Thursday.
Crude oil is dropping slightly as retailers' post mixed quarterly results, some surprising the market.
Most tech companies have reported positive earnings surprises so far.
Investors should keep expectations low when Juniper Networks reports second quarter 2016 earnings on Tuesday because Cisco is a dominant force in the sector.
Stocks hold at session lows as crude oil crumbles on demand concerns.
The California startup could upset Broadcom’s ethernet game with chips that are twice as fast and fully user-programmable.