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Private equity firms might be drawn to the vendor's low valuation and blue chip customer list.
For a variety of reasons, many of Juniper's peers are unlikely to bid for the company. But if its size isn't an issue, private equity firms could show interest.
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The number of households and people with connected devices is expected to increase over the next few years.
5G, due to begin ramping around 2020, delivers improvements over 4G that should be valuable for IoT deployments. That could expand the addressable market of many chipmakers.
Soft capital spending from telcos weighed on Cisco's router sales and order growth. Many peers are facing similar challenges.
These well-known technology giants pay healthy dividends and offer yields in excess of 3%.
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Stocks come back from session lows by mid-afternoon Monday afternoon even as crude oil settles below $44.
Shares of Ericsson moved higher Monday after the company announced that the CEO has stepped down.
Shares in Italian bank Monte dei Paschi dropped 8% in Milan, prompting a temporary halt to trading
Stocks extend losses on Monday morning as crude oil crumbles on demand concerns.
Stock futures waver Monday morning following Verizon's announcement that it was buying Yahoo!
Ericsson (ERIC) CEO Hans Vestberg has stepped down from his position following intense shareholder pressure.
Verizon won the competitive bidding process for Yahoo and will pay the company $4.8 billion for its internet properties.
Verizon strikes a $4.8 billion deal to acquire Yahoo!'s core operations, while Tesla and SolarCity are closer to a merger agreement.
The Dax is volatile after a string of attacks over the weekend.
The move follows another round of disappointing quarterly results and pressure from leading shareholders.
Canaccord lowered its price target on Ericsson (ERIC) stock to $7 from $8.50 on Wednesday.
Trade-Ideas LLC identified LM Ericsson Telephone (ERIC) as a "dead cat bounce" (down big yesterday but up big today) candidate
Capital spending by mobile carriers remains soft, and is unlikely to improve in the near term. Will Ericsson try to buy its way to growth?
Ericsson (ERIC) reported lower-than-expected 2016 second quarter earnings this morning.
Trade-Ideas LLC identified LM Ericsson Telephone (ERIC) as a weak on high relative volume candidate
A closely watched market sentiment indicator points to gloom in Germany and the euro area, while U.K. price growth picks up pace.
The acquisition rumors surrounding the networking equipment companies might not pan out. But there are reasons why they've spread in the first place.
CEO Vestberg faces pressure to step up restructuring measures with disposals.
Google buys an image-recognition startup, Western Digital ups its outlook less than two months after buying SanDisk and Ericsson turns to M&A again to increase its services exposure.
Brexit is taking a toll on the likes of Nokia and SAP, while Netflix is planning a major change and Qualcomm is suing a Chinese smartphone maker.