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A repatriation holiday could be a huge boon for American companies with foreign cash hoards.
Recent earnings reports from IBM, Intel and others suggest cloud infrastructure demand is still taking a heavy toll on IT hardware sales. That is, outside of one market.
You think the exchange is overvalued? I don't, and here's why.
'Til April in Paris, chestnuts in blossom Holiday tables under the trees April in Paris, this is a feeling That no one can ever reprise - April in Paris, Vernon Duke and Yip Harburg - (rare video with Ella Fitzgerald!) The market gapped higher and ...
It doesn't matter if the stocks you trade have short life spans if you are cognizant of that fact and are prepared to deal with it.
One-time high flier Cisco is now just a value trap trading below where it was 10 years ago.
Comcast's mobile plans suggest a willingness to offer low-margin wireless services to keep broadband and pay-TV subscribers loyal. Incumbent carriers can't be pleased.
During his campaign, Trump proposed a 45% tariff on China.
With direct and indirect threats to its data center switch business mounting, it looks as if Cisco wants to make advanced software features available on cheaper hardware.
Risk happens fast. Most don't short and shouldn't short -- it's a game that requires volumes of risk control. However, I would continue to maintain well above-average cash positions. Today was not a benign event, in my view. Nor was it likely a ...
Oracle has joined its brethren: These 4 tech powerhouses are back, and they are buys.
Cisco has been facing increased competition in the markets for hardware switches used to power the internet. In November the stock took a hit on disappointing guidance.
When it comes to AI solutions meant for specific industries, IBM has a lot of expertise and the ability to cast a broad net.
The search giant wants to help carriers adopt technologies that make it easier to replace proprietary hardware with commodity servers and switches.
This pro-business president loves the market rally, but key parts of his plan are still a ways off.
These may be uncharted waters, but they're not necessarily expensive.
These former tech stars have ridden rocky waves to come out on top, rewarding patient investors along the way.
Companies' information is being misread (if it's read at all).
This puts a dent in stocks, but they've avoided getting hammered.
The record-breaking rally appears to have run out of fuel, sending stocks modestly lower by late morning.
Cisco beat analyst expectations on both top and bottom lines.
Cisco's improving product orders and strong recurring revenue growth has markets encouraged, even though switch and router sales slumped last quarter
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