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As large tech groups and private sponsors shop for software companies, outfits with enterprise clients and cloud services have come into focus.
Here's a look at major tech stories in the news.
These three cyber security stocks are ready to enter a second rally phase.
Avast Software announced Thursday it's buying rival security software provider AVG Technologies for a healthy premium, and that's a good news for a number of potential sellers.
Trade-Ideas LLC identified FireEye (FEYE) as a "dead cat bounce" (down big yesterday but up big today) candidate
Great Britain's referendum on its EU membership near the close of the second quarter came at an especially inopportune moment, but some firms are better off than others.
When it takes days for a rally to start and turn the McClellan Summation Index up, the rally tends to peter out quickly and may bring us back to an overbought condition by early July.
FireEye (FEYE) stock is gaining on Thursday afternoon as the company reportedly turned down several takeover offers earlier this year.
Even if a deal doesn't happen, the risk vs. reward in Palo Alto Networks has drastically improved.
FireEye (FEYE) stock advanced on Wednesday following reports of takeover interest.
An unsurprising Fed meeting helped stocks retain gains up until a sudden reversal just a half hour before the end of the session.
Trade-Ideas LLC identified FireEye (FEYE) as a strong on high relative volume candidate
The latest hacking outbreak is yet another reminder that cybercrime is a global epidemic. But as we explain, in crisis there's typically a moneymaking opportunity.
There seems to be no stopping this growth company as it taps the booming network security niche for multi-year capital appreciation.
Among the underlying components of the Russell 3000 index, we saw noteworthy options trading volume today in FireEye Inc , where a total of 34,272 contracts have traded so far, representing approximately 3.4 million underlying shares. That amounts to about 60.3% of FEYE's average daily trading volume over the past month of 5.7 million shares.
These five tech stocks are on the verge of breakouts.
Cisco Systems is scheduled to report results of its third fiscal quarter after the market close on Wednesday, May 18, with a conference call scheduled for 4:30 pm ET.
Amid CEO search, cost-cutting and layoffs, analysts are wary of Symantec's execution.
It's an irrational time for the stock market, Cramer says.
Investors will be hunting for a silver lining in Symantec's fiscal fourth-quarter earnings report.
According to their stock charts, now is not the time to be buying shares of these three stocks.
A shift to the cloud slows FireEye sales, while issues in Europe drag down Imperva, sending shares of each company reeling.