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Cisco lost market share in both of its largest businesses.
I took a trading short in Cisco last night on the weak guidance. I see $29 before $31. While this is not an exciting short, it may be a low-risk short. The first quarter was a beat but forward guidance for the January quarter disappointed -- estimat...
Federal Reserve Chairman Janet Yellen will like be asked about how President-elect Donald Trump's policies may impact the economy and interest rates.
Though its earnings report contains some bright spots, Cisco was unable to sidestep the telecom capex issues that have stung many peers. Weak enterprise switching demand also didn't help.
Cisco beats street estimates, but guidance sends stock lower.
There are 2 ways to play Cisco on earnings -- it depends upon your views and risk tolerance.
Cisco has had a remarkable run, but technology remains under pressure due to the rotation into infrastructure stocks, says Jim Cramer.
The election of Donald Trump is clearly a "mixed bag" for technology investors and investment bankers.
Investors await corporate earnings reports and important economic data during the week of November 14.
The president-elect will need Silicon Valley, even though he didn't need it to get elected.
Jim Cramer awaits quarterly results from Cisco Systems, due to be released Wednesday.
We've gotten a head start on the volatility I was expecting after the election.
The software giant is growing Office revenue by selling customers on cloud subscriptions whose feature sets steadily improve.
I have been warning about weakening breadth and narrow leadership for weeks and months. What have we gotten? Eight straight days (in a row) down for the first time since 2008. But, with stocks suffering from election uncertainties and given the ...
Both private equity firms and tech companies have shown a willingness to make 10-figure enterprise acquisitions. The fervor appears far from over.
Fight the urge to get in while it's hot. Long-term owners should consider locking in gains.
Don't get excited by Take Under Monday. The technical picture is mixed. A stronger U.S. dollar presents multi-national vulnerability. This is consistent with Goldman Sachs lowering their three-year S&P 500 profits picture. Peak Sports Viewer...
Just sit in a quiet room, imagine the year 2056 and visualize the products and services needed then.
The markets are nervous again, but investors should look at fundamentals.
Volume has been higher on declines and lower on rallies, telling us money is leaving the marketplace.
Investor enthusiasm for many security tech stocks has died down since last year. While earnings season could bring more volatility, some contrarian plays arguably exist.
As Barefoot Network's transformative switch chip looks to disrupt the market, its competitors are years behind.
Railways are the latest frontier for GE's cloud-based Predix software.
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.
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.
Dividend investors should dive into shares of CME Group, Cisco, Raytheon and Texas Instruments.
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.
For a variety of reasons, many of Juniper's peers are unlikely to bid for the company. But if its size isn't an issue, private equity firms could show interest.
The social networking giant has unveiled many hardware designs in recent years. Its purchase of startup Nascent Objects could help it create future designs more quickly.
Contrary to popular opinion, the so-called Fintech Revolution is not going to do away with traditional banking services.