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China's Huawei Braces for Board Revamp as Western Markets Beckon
Huawei Technologies Co. will shake up its board for the first time in six years as the Chinese company prepares to push deeper into developed markets.
Symantec CEO Open to Industry-Shaking Deal After Proving Period
The 35-year-old cybersecurity company, which completed two multibillion-dollar acquisitions over the past 14 months, is open to another large purchase.
Microsoft Chasing European Startups for Future Cloud Business
Microsoft Corp. is doubling down on its attempt to back Europe’s next big software startups, in order to win over future business to its cloud platform.
How VMware's Partnership With Amazon Could End Up Backfiring
There's nothing keeping Amazon from developing its own competing set of products down the road.
Billionaire Brothers From India Build System to Take On Slack
Flock, a cloud-based team collaboration service, has attracted 25,000 enterprise users and customers.
Dell Says EMC Merger Pays Off as Customers Seek `Fewer Partners'
Corporate customers seek to buy more of their gear from a smaller number of vendors.
Oracle Hiring 5,000 for Cloud Business in Race With Salesforce
The move is the latest in a back-and-forth between Oracle and its main rival Salesforce.
Salesforce Raises Annual Forecast on Bigger Product Lineup
Revenue climbed 26 percent to $2.56 billion in the fiscal second quarter, the company said Tuesday in a statement.
Andreessen Leads New Funding in Artificial Intelligence Startup
Venture capital firms announced Tuesday they have injected $140 million into artificial intelligence startup Databricks Inc.
Top-Ranked Analyst Says Lenovo Could Fall Another 27 Percent
Lenovo shares retreated as much as 3.6 percent Tuesday, to the lowest point since 2011, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.
After One of Tech's Biggest Breakups, HP Inc. Comes Out on Top
It’s HP Inc. that has momentum: It has embraced higher-end products, expanded revenue despite lackluster spending on PCs and printers, and enjoyed a 25 percent boost in its stock price since January.
Intel Says New Chip Is `Once-in-a-Decade' Performance Boost
New laptops built on the chips will come to market in September. The shares gained less than 1 percent to $35.05 at 9:34 a.m. in New York.
ADP Falls While Ackman Says Stock Could Double by 2021
ADP largely remains a traditional payroll company that has tacked on a series of acquisitions to grow into new software offerings.
Cisco Outlook Shows Robbins Turnaround Hasn’t Spurred Growth
Cisco’s transition into a company that’s less dependent on hardware is hurting its overall growth as the software and services businesses.
Funding Conditions for U.S. Tech Startups Reach Record High
The Bloomberg U.S. Startups Barometer, which tracks the business conditions for U.S.-based private technology companies, reached a record high.