|Day Low/High||142.39 / 145.14|
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My focus is always on present valuation compared to historical metrics.
It seems to be proving that cloud technology is only for the fully committed.
When investing beyond your own shores, choose value over growth.
Handing the project to a Canadian IT company was a huge mistake.
After that quarter, I believe the underperformance will end today.
I would rather be short IBM than long IBM at current levels. Paul "The" Price "Is Right" is trying to catch the bottom of IBM (IBM) shares on Columnist Conversation. As I have recently written, I believe IBM is a value trap with limited growth prosp...
The real winner may be the company that tech enthusiasts love to hate.
Rob Enslin, President of Sales at SAP Global, says the cloud may not be new anymore, but it remains the major trend in technology.
E2open CEO Mark Woodward says the tech company is making strategic changes in the wake of last month's earnings miss.
SAP may not have a smartphone, but it remains a major player in the mobile wars, Julie Roehm, Sr. VP. of Marketing at SAP, tells Gregg Greenberg.
At the end of the day, it's just another day of digestion after a fast start to the year.
Good news seems to be cropping up all over the place this morning.
Jim Cramer is starting to like what he sees in Europe and is putting his money where his mouth is, though he still likes China over Europe.
IPO Desktop President Francis Gaskins is concerned that Workday is competing with Oracle and Shutterstock may have trouble with its income.
The reason was profound weakness in its software business in Europe. A massive miss at Informatica (INFA), owing to profound weakness in software business in Europe. What is scary is that the company made it sound like things were decent at recent c...
The best thing it could do with its personal computer division would be to shut it down.
IBM is fairly valued at $225 says Jim Cramer. He explains his reasons for buying.
Salesforce.com manages to bring in the revenues, but profitability eludes them.
Robert Enslin, President of Global Customer Operations at SAP, says the company's cloud software strategy and big data offerings are propelling the stock.