LinkedIn shares tank in early trading on Friday as investors digest the company's first-quarter results and weaker-than-expected guidance. Wall Street, however, remains a big fan of the professional social network.
Seagate CFO Pat O'Malley says 2014 is all about the second half of the year, predicting a ramp up in demand for the company's hard drives as customers launch new products.
Facebook highlighted during its first-quarter call earnings and revenue that topped expectations as advertising revenues grew more than expected.
IBM cranks up its efforts to tap big data dollars, unveiling new servers built around its Power Systems technology and opening up the specifications for its latest POWER8 processor.
EMC beat Wall Street's top-line first-quarter estimate, although the storage specialist's shares slipped on weaker-than-expected earnings guidance.
The Hartford has signed a $500 million, six-year cloud deal with IBM as the tech giant doubles down its efforts to tap into enterprise cloud dollars.
Intel beat Wall Street's earnings estimate in its first-quarter results on Tuesday, lifted by growth in its data center business and signs of improvement in the PC market. Analysts are also focusing attention on the company's gross margins.
Intel beat Wall Street's earnings estimate in its first-quarter results after market close on Tuesday, although the chipmaker's revenue came in just below analysts' forecast.
Facebook is planning a move into financial services, according to a published media report, a move which would bring the tech giant into the world of electronic money.
The PC market is hardly booming, although migration from Microsoft's Windows XP and healthy commercial spending delivered better-than-expected first-quarter performance, according to tech research firm IDC.