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Cognizant beat predictions on earnings, but now faces the challenge of becoming a major player in health care IT.
WellPoint is letting health care consolidate itself, taking advantage of the market changes by signing narrow network contracts that let it share profits from wellness.
Amazon is still leading in the cloud and doubling down on profitable content as it puts the Fire Phone mistake behind it.
IBM's earnings miss shows big technology vendors still haven't gotten their arms around the threat posed by the cloud technologies used by Amazon and Google.
Recent breaches mean you'll have to learn a new way to use credit and debit cards soon. The good news is they're safer.
Markets have been focused on the losers from the oil glut, but there will also be winners. Consumers, for instance, just got a big raise.
Lower oil prices are great for users of oil but bad for producers. Unfortunately, in the past five years, the U.S. has become a major producer again.
In 23 states Monday is a state holiday. But lower gas prices could give analysts a surprise when sales for this weekend are totaled.
Some strategies for turning this week volatility in equity markets into an opportunity for longer-term success.
AMD changed CEOs a week before earnings, leading to some analysts downgrading the stock. But are they missing a winner in new CEO Dr. Lisa Su?