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Adobe beat analysts' first-quarter forecasts this week, fuelled by strength in the company's Creative Cloud and Marketing Cloud products. Wall Street welcomed the numbers, highlighting ongoing demand for the services.
Xerox CFO Kathryn Mikells highlights key sectors where Xerox is applying analytics to boost its business, such as the use of data analytics to combat fraud in health care.
Xerox CFO Kathryn Mikells says the technology giant is planning to boost its services business, which now accounts for 55% of the company's total revenue.
Los Angeles is hit with a 4.4 magnitude earthquake. No injuries are reported.
Texas Instruments' decision to hike its free cash flow target has prompting analysts to raise their price targets for the semiconductor maker.
Shares of NetApp NTAP fall in early trading on Thursday after the storage networking specialist announces plans to cut 600 jobs, or around 6% of its work force.
In her annual letter to shareholders, IBM CEO Ginni Rometty vowed to strengthen the tech giant's links to its vast enterprise customer base, which experts say will be critical as the company shifts focus to more profitable areas.
Just 6 weeks after clinching a $2.3 billion deal to sell IBM's low-end server business to Lenovo, CEO Ginni Rometty has vowed to maintain the company's significant hardware presence.
Fueled by cloud, big data and the Watson supercomputer, 2014 will prove an important 12 months in IBM's 103-year history.
Qualcomm shares climbed in pre-market trading on Tuesday after the chip maker announced a 20% increase in its dividend and a $5 billion share repurchase hike.