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With many of the chipmaker's key 2017 product launches not having occurred yet, it might be erring on the side of caution.
Microsoft is reportedly prepping a cheaper version of Windows meant to win back share from Chromebooks. Google is helping partners launch cheap Chromebooks that can run Android apps.
Decades ago HP, Apple & IBM were the titans of tech.
Could Hewlett Packard Enterprise go private?
Hewlett-Packard Enterprise and HP Inc. have rebounded, so move on.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average and the Russell 2000 closed at fresh record highs Wednesday.
On Tuesday, November 22, investors await quarterly earnings from Dollar Tree.
During the shortened trading week of November 21, investors will be parsing remarks from Federal Reserve Vice Chair Stanley Fischer.
Jim Cramer is fond of Hewlett Packard Enterprise and he's buying the shares aggressively.
Despite all the talk about "leaning in" and a few notable women breaking the glass ceiling, gender bias and unequal pay remains a problem in the workplace.
Shares of the tech giant were slumping on news of costs associated with sharp workforce cuts.
U.S. stocks climbed after big banks JPMorgan, Citigroup and Wells Fargo beat Wall Street estimates.
HP Inc. shares were slumping after saying it will book at least $350 million in charges tied in part to cutting up to 4,000 jobs.
The numbers point to a moderately declining industry rather than a collapsing one. And sales to lucrative developed markets have stabilized for now.
Google's Chromebook accounts for about 50% of the laptops being used in classrooms today.
A jump in education technology investment has left schools with the problem of sifting through nearly 4,000 options.
If Google, Microsoft and Apple have all made major investments in the ed-tech space, it should clearly be on the radar of investors.
These are my top fall-and-rise stories for the 10 days leading up to and immediately following next week's Federal Reserve meeting.
HP's purchase will include taking on about 6,000 employees, and the deal is set to close in about 12 months.
U.S. stocks extended their losses Monday, following Friday's sell-off.
Falling crude oil prices continued to weigh on markets Monday.
There's too much in natural and organic foods, not enough in flash memory.
But don't expect miracles, given the current state of the IT hardware market.