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In a challenge to Broadcom and others, Cisco plans to sell a new switching/routing processor and license its routing software to other hardware makers.
Cisco blamed its light guidance on macro headwinds. But as its own numbers show, software and security spending is holding up better than hardware spending in this environment.
Estee Lauder is among the companies that are sure winners, no matter which way the economy goes.
It's far from certain that the Commerce Department plans to subject chip sales to Huawei to government review will lead to a full-blown sales ban.
The Chinese e-commerce giant just took a stake in a video platform, and is reportedly in talks to buy a stake in a German retailer's Chinese arm.
The glass maker is seeing strong optical fiber demand from telcos and data center owners, and is even growing its Gorilla Glass sales in the face of a weak smartphone market.
The quarter was certainly one to remember, according to analysts.
IBM's Red Hat grab and blockchain aspirations have some strong practical applications.
Shares of the 107-year-old tech titan are ticking higher on Wednesday.
Friday's quantitative upgrade to buy is icing on the cake.
The types of switches that Amazon reportedly wants to sell to businesses have seen limited enterprise traction to date. However, recent tech trends could make them more popular.
A strategic shift by Verizon towards telecom investments -- and away from online advertising -- could affect a lot of companies.
Business isn't great right now for these companies. But there's a good chance it'll be better in a year or two.
The Dow climbed more than 300 points Thursday.
It was reported on Wednesday that Nokia was readying a takeover bid that would value Juniper Networks at around $16 billion
Stocks retreated from records as declines in trading revenue pressured the big banks and a selloff in crude hurt the energy sector.
I am grabbing some stock under $41 and tossing in some bids to sell puts.
With the former Cisco CEO set to step down as chairman, the path is clear for his successor to make big acquisitions and other moves to overhaul Cisco's strategy and culture.
Low-risk entry presents itself as the struggling stock tries to regain its footing.
The networking giant is forecasting limited sales and earnings growth for the next few years, as hardware pressures offset software and services growth.
The charts and a quantitative downgrade point to lower prices in the weeks ahead.
Leaving behind a poor year, this company is ready to recover.
The search giant wants to help carriers adopt technologies that make it easier to replace proprietary hardware with commodity servers and switches.
After the Netflix blowout quarter, tech has a high bar to hurdle.