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IBM Expects Sales to Grow for the First Time in Five Years
Fourth-quarter revenue is projected to be $22 billion to $22.1 billion, which will represent as much as a 1.5 percent bump from the same period in 2016.
Dropbox Seeks More Paying Customers Ahead of Expected IPO
Dropbox Inc. introduced a new cloud-based file-sharing option for individual business users.
Microsoft Email-Access Fight With U.S. Gets Supreme Court Review
The case will pit federal and state officials against the technology industry, which has lined up behind Microsoft in the litigation.
Equifax Pulls Web Page Offline After Another Possible Attack
The company is already reeling from the massive data breach that compromised the private data of as many as 145 million Americans.
Technology Giant Treats Its New Recruits Like Fighter Pilots
The simulator-style drills piloted this summer reflect new thinking at Infosys as the company tries to move beyond the commoditized work of building and managing corporate computer systems.
Dell Will Spend $1 Billion in New Focus on Internet of Things
Dell said it’s investing $1 billion over the next three years for the effort.
Yahoo Triples Likely Scope of '13 Hack to 3 Billion Users
The assessment, based on new intelligence obtained after the $4.5 billion acquisition, compares with Yahoo’s initial estimate that 1 billion accounts were compromised.
Oracle's Ellison Targets Amazon With New Database Technology
Oracle Corp.’s Larry Ellison said new features in its database service will help the software company go after Amazon.com Inc. in its expanding cloud-computing business.
House Panel Is Said to Receive Classified Briefing on Kaspersky
The discussion dealt with recent news and U.S. government actions regarding the Russian-owned company’s anti-virus software.
Cisco Cutting About 310 Headquarters Jobs Under Strategy Shift
Cisco Systems Inc. said it will cut about 310 jobs at its headquarters in San Jose.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise Is Said to Plan About 5,000 Job Cuts
The cuts at the company, which has about 50,000 workers, are likely to affect workers in the U.S. and abroad
Equifax May Be Happy Paying $1 Per Customer for Their Hassle
Equifax Inc. could get away with paying a mere $1 per person after failing to protect almost half of America’s credit data.
Equifax Is Said to Suffer a Hack Earlier Than Date Disclosed
The company said the March breach was not related to the hack that exposed the personal and financial data on 143 million U.S. consumers.
Cisco's Chambers to Step Down From Board After 24 Years
Chambers will not stand for re-election to the post of executive chairman in December, the company said Monday, ending more than two decades of leadership at the networking company.
Slack Gets Slice of SoftBank’s $100 Billion Tech Bounty
The financing round values the startup at $5.1 billion, up from $3.8 billion the last time.