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While hardware peers are seeing heavy sales pressure, many enterprise software giants are doing just fine as businesses learn to love the cloud.
Some quick hits to ponder as you get ready for that second cup of Morning Joe -- and by that I mean coffee, not the program. PayPal & Visa have struck a deal for PayPal to offer a debit card in Europe. Ah, Cashless Consumption continues to gain gro...
The memory giant's outlook didn't blow away expectations the way it did in March. But it also didn't produce any big red flags.
The world isn't ending just yet, however.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer said Salesforce is making a move against Oracle ORCL and SAP SAP.
Autodesk gained 183,000 customers who now pay on a subscription model, 90% recurring revenue.
GENYOUth is an organization that specializes in school wellness programs, that encourage our kids to be fit -- physically and mentally.
Oracle has joined its brethren: These 4 tech powerhouses are back, and they are buys.
While Amazon remains the cloud infrastructure market's 800-pound gorilla, Google's unique services are winning over more businesses.
Strong results and guidance from several prominent tech firms yield valuable insights on how different parts of the sector are faring.
Alliances with the likes of IBM and Cisco have lifted Apple's enterprise sales. So has a large base of office workers who want to use iOS devices at work.
A visionary like Vala Afshar understands the potential that Twitter really has.
Cisco's latest tie-up with a major tech company will yield integrated software and IoT solutions. Microsoft, Oracle and others appear to be in the cross hairs.
China is too hard to analyze and that is why Jim Cramer is not weighing in ahead of Alibaba's earnings.
Bank of England's Carney gives indications repercussions weren't as bad as expected.
Chipotle, Wendy's on the bull side and gold stocks on the bear side.
The German economy expanded, driven by domestic consumption.
Go long on a strong close above $81 with expanding volume and risk a close back under $76.
Salesforce's quarterly results proved what industry insiders already knew.
CRM knocked it out of the ballpark this quarter, and it is down to CEO Marc Benioff.
Wall Street is still abuzz over Anheuser-Busch’s massive $46 billion bond offering earlier this month.
The cloud platform firm looks like a winner whether or not Microsoft is interested.
There's no evidence the apparel vendor's management can spur top-line growth.
Momentum in ADBE is increasing, and price action has accelerated.
Trading depends on this afternoon's release of the FOMC minutes.