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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.
Microsoft gains on strong results for Office and Azure, Facebook pays to promote Live and a PE firm is reportedly looking to buy F5 Networks.
The weekly chart for Microsoft is positive but faces the challenge of filling the price gap caused by a negative reaction to its prior earnings results.
California startup Barefoot Networks could upset Broadcom’s ethernet game with chips that are twice as fast and fully user-programmable.
The California startup could upset Broadcom’s ethernet game with chips that are twice as fast and fully user-programmable.
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All of these add up to a level of insecurity on the part of sidelined money.
SunTrust analyst Bob Peck downgraded the stock to neutral from buy.
LinkedIn (LNKD) co-founder Reid Hoffman sat down with CNBC's Julia Boorstin from Sun Valley Idaho to discuss the future of artificial intelligence and its impact on the economy.
A major overhaul for Microsoft's business software product lines leaves it well-positioned to continue gaining market share.
Twitter has a substantial Chinese base in spite of the Great Firewall, Verizon is reportedly pairing price hikes with more data and third-round Yahoo! bids are reportedly due today.
Strong buyout interest for one social media leader trading well off its highs could bode well for another.
President Obama recently joked about joining LinkedIn once he leaves the White House. He's already got a profile, but he needs to beef it up. We've got some suggestions.
The giant social network is facing a worrying decline in the status updates and other personal content being shared by its members.
Google's Android partners won't like the competition, but they probably have no choice. Also, Microsoft's dealmaking might not be over yet.
Cramer shares his views on how Brexit is going from molehill to mountain and wonders if anyone cares about market opportunities. Carmax, Facebook and Apple are among the stocks discussed.
Out in Silicon Valley the focus is not on Europe, it's on innovation and what the world will look like over the long term, Cramer says.
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Apple, Microsoft and Amazon are all possible purchasers for the troubled social network, but the most logical suitor is yet another tech giant.
Jim Cramer says he began to get more bullish on the social media company after reading an article in the 'Vanity Fair' Hive blog.
Facebook investors re-elected the company's directors, including controversial LinkedIn co-founder Peter Thiel.
LinkedIn Corporation (NYSE:LNKD), the world's largest professional network on the Internet, announced today the launch of the first-ever Top Attractors list, using exclusive LinkedIn data and examining the billions...
The tech giant announced this week that it would partner with Kind, a provider of technology focused on cannabis compliance.
Tech giants have used their cash for big bets on disruption. Here's what they have to show for it.