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Barclays analyst Mark Moskowitz expects HP's earnings to return later this year amid improving PC trends.
Demand appears stable for now, as interest among some PC users in newer technologies offsets slow upgrade rates among others.
It only took eight months for Facebook Messenger to tack on 200 million more monthly active users, driving its total to 1.2 billion.
Lloyds Banking Group is preparing to outsource a significant portion of its IT staff in a deal with IBM as part of a cost-cutting program at the British lender.
Strong demand for parts at H-P and elsewhere is creating an opportunity for Western Digital.
Big market gains were the result of great companies, CEOs and the people behind them -- not just the Fed, says Jim Cramer.
The hardware company has been reorganizing itself, spinning off a less-profitable segment and tightening its business model.
Wells Fargo has a positive outlook on HP's core business and supply growth potential.
Here are Monday's top research calls, including upgrades for FedEx, Garmin and HP, and a downgrade for GoPro.
Immunotherapy testing could provide another avenue of revenue growth.
Investors overwhelmingly reject a shareholder proposal to increase diversity among senior management and directors.
HPE's downbeat guidance for fiscal 2017 signals that more challenges are on the horizon, according to analysts.
With both consumer and business demand perking up, conditions look a lot better than they did 12 months ago.
Shares of HP Inc. are in full breakout mode Wednesday and set up for more gains.
U.S. stock futures turn mixed Wednesday after breaking records again in the previous session and ahead of minutes from the Federal Reserve's meeting earlier in February.
Investors will be watching a newly hawkish Federal Reserve in the coming week.
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STMicroelectronics hit a nine-year high Thursday after it posted better-than-expected earnings on solid revenue growth and improved manufacturing.
The company is gaining momentum from smartphone, automotive and Internet of Things products.
The sale represents a haircut from a 2015 fundraising that valued SimpliVity at more than $1 billion.
As Yahoo! discloses Mayer's planned resignation from the Internet giant's board, here's a look at other female CEOs' mixed results in the tech industry.