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A deal with Alibaba to place AMD's GPUs within the e-commerce giant's cloud servers is the latest in a series of positive 2016 developments for AMD.
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.
Networking behemoth Cisco Systems gave investors further confirmation in its fourth-quarter results that old, large hardware companies can learn a new step.
Better-than-expected earnings from Johnson & Johnson pushed the Dow Jones Industrial Average to close out the day with another record.
Netflix underwhelmed analysts as subscriber growth came up short.
I would like to buy a strong close over $61 with impressive volume.
U.S. futures were climbing as oil reversed its premarket losses to rise into positive territory midday.
ISRG has been on a tear, while VMW has struggled in 2016.
U.S. stocks looked to finish the week more than 3% higher in what has been a busy five days of Federal Reserve talk.
In Thursday's Analysts' Actions, analysts are out with negative comments on Kinder Morgan (KMI) and VMware (VMW) while eBay (EBAY) gets its price target boosted.
For Tuesday October 20, TheStreet awaits quarterly results from Verizon Communications (VZ), United Technologies (UTX), Lockheed Martin (LMT), Yahoo (YHOO), VMware (VMW) and Chipotle Mexican Grill (CMG).
For the week of October 19, TheStreet awaits quarterly results McDonald’s (MCD), IBM (IBM), Morgan Stanley (MS), Verizon (VZ), General Motors (GM), Boeing (BA), Chipotle (CMG) and more.
Credibility of market-moving tweets questioned; what's Alibaba up to?
In Tuesday's analysts' actions, some airline stocks are pushed lower by analysts and another Wall Street firm slaps VMware (VMW) with a downgrade.
If Dell is to buy EMC (EMC), an offer price below $30 a share would significantly undervalue the company, according to one analyst.
Message from Fred Hickey's The High Tech Strategist newsletter -- the global information-technology market is "sucking wind." Stated simply. Hickey's largest long exposure is still in silver- and gold-mining shares. Among his shorts are puts on Inte...
Jim Cramer answers viewers’ Twitter questions Monday from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.