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Shares of networking equipment maker Brocade helped drag the Nasdaq down Friday.
News of two newly-public tech firms bucking earnings estimates kicks off Friday morning's tech story roundup.
Motorola Mobility posted solid earnings for the second quarter, in-line shipments of smartphones and weak guidance.
Motorola Mobility, which is expected to post a modest profit in its second-quarter report after the bell, isn't likely to see the huge gains until next quarter.
Spirit Airlines' CEO Ben Baldanza talks about why American Airlines' $15 billion plane purchase is good for American investors.
Heading into earnings season, Spirit CEO Ben Baldanza tells TheStreet how he plans to raise the company's value.
NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- As we look back at how the TSA's rules for carry-on bags have changed over the years, Spirit Airlines chief Ben Baldanza tells TheStreet what he packs and why his controversial bag fees are good for business.
Spirit Airlines CEO Ben Baldanza talks about the likely impetus behind American Airlines' reported $15 billion plane purchase and the industry's move toward more efficient planes.
IBM announced the newest winner for its SmartCamp competition, which sought to highlight hot, data analytics technology.
Spirit Airlines' CEO Ben Baldanza talks about the likely impetus behind American Airlines' reported $15 billion plane purchase and the industry's move toward more efficient planes.