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Bernstein Research says Intel is losing its pricing power and downgrades the stock.
You'd be making a mistake to confuse this well-run company with HP's travails.
Netflix, IBM, Hewlett-Packard and Dell all receive the attention of analysts. Netflix (NFLX) is downgraded by Brother Bank of America/Mother Merrill. Citigroup initiates IBM (IBM) as a Buy with a price target of $250, Hewlett-Packard (HPQ) as a Sell...
There's no rush to buy yet, but you might want to pick out your favorites to pick up in a market decline.
Jim Cramer is not surprised about the decline in Hewlett-Packard's business, this has happened to many other technology companies before.
The stock is up on Hewlett's troubles and because it has recovered from its Maps misstep.
The best thing it could do with its personal computer division would be to shut it down.
Big technology companies now offer some of the best dividend-paying stocks in the world.
The new generation of tech leaders is prepared to take over. Speaking of Microsoft (MSFT), here are some brief (and obvious) words about the shift in technology leadership. Fifteen years ago, we saw a massive shift from mainframes to personal comput...
Oracle isn't Jim Cramer's top pick, but he won't bet against larry Ellison.
I propose selling put options against attractively-priced, quality stocks.
As PC's become less relevant, Intel has to cut its revenue forecast.
The tablet market has such potential that there's room for both.
Jim Cramer says that Dell is part of the PC decline and hasn't come up with a survival plan.
Stephanie Link, director of research at TheStreet, makes the case for buying IBM despite the recent run in the stock.
If you're holding for the long term, a good stock is a good stock, regardless of the tax rate.
Marek Fuchs, senior contributing analyst at TheStreet, warns HP traders to avoid hunches. Plus, the weeks' performance revie
One last thing. --Lt. Columbo The Three Headless Horsemen -- Intel (INTC), Hewlett-Packard (HPQ) and Dell (DELL) -- all made 2012 lows today. Enjoy the evening!
When valuations are high, corporate share buybacks are more likely to erode value than create it.
Some key themes have emerged this earnings season with Silicon Valley wrestling with a tough macroeconomic environment.
Marek Fuchs, senior contributing analyst at TheStreet, warns Dell traders to wait lower.