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There are plenty of reasons to believe in BlackBerry even with its disappointing revenue.
Competitors will have a tough time keeping Red Hat from its mission to control open-source technologies.
BlackBerry will report its third quarter results before the markets open Friday. Can its newly released Classic phone pay off in a big way in 2015?
The enterprise IT winners and losers of 2014 aren't likely to change their stripes in 2015.
Investors looking for growth prescription and potential 20% gains in the next 12 months should consider this company.
Oracle's accelerated growth in the cloud makes it one of the top software companies to watch out for in 2015.
Red Hat's confidence in OpenStack middleware and its cloud platforms make this a must-watch stock for 2015.
With its new Microsoft partnership and timely acquisition of Reactive Media, now's the time to bet on Accenture for 2015.
The next few years for Nike look like an easy sprint toward the finish line.