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We sat with Lynne Doughtie, KPMG's US Chairman and CEO, to talk about a recent survey they did of 400 CEOs to get a sense of how they are feeling about the economy. Watch the video above now to found out what they are worried about.
There might be speed bumps, but we're still at the beginning of the shift toward the cloud.
Social media companies might have millions of users but they are notoriously secret about the location of their HQ
Scott Simms had long led Microsoft video game and augmented reality units. Now, he's moving to Tesla to manage user interface engineering.
You have to consider all risks when investing, especially this one known as trusting goodwill.
You're fired! Now, here's your Whopper.
Waze Carpool, which recently launched in California, is Google's latest big idea for changing how we do things.
An investment bank just reaffirmed just how dominant Facebook really is.
Investors should consider factoring in goodwill when they are examining the value of a stock because it can often predict the outlook of a company, especially serial acquirers.
The enhancements to Dynamics 365, Microsoft's sales software, will present a challenge to Salesforce.com and represent Microsoft's first significant initiative from its $26 billion acquisition of LinkedIn
Google could break ground on the campus in April, the same month Apple is set to move employees into its own new headquarters.
Some relationships just aren't meant to be.
A top public pension fund manager called Snap's issuance 'junk equity.'
Vantiv, Global Payments and other could look beyond tuck-ins to major consolidation.
Selling puts of Twitter can help investors generate additional income as the social media company faces headwinds amid missing estimates in the fourth quarter and downgrades from Wall Street.
The tech industry depends on its ability to attract highly skilled migrants.
Cramer shares his views on Western Digital and Seagate being just plain old buys, and how some companies are having some very good quarters.
President Donald Trump could boost M&A deal flow in 2017, according to PwC's U.S. deals leader Bob Saada.
Even up here, these companies, along with Intel and Microsoft, are tempting.
M&A co-head Alan Klein advises ChemChina, Microsoft, ADT and Tyco and sneaks in a few movies on the side.
Facebook plans to test new ads that play during videos.
It's on Microsoft now to execute on its ambitious long-term plans to use LinkedIn to strengthen its empire and avoid the fate of its previous multibillion-dollar blunders.
Fitbit is acquiring intellectual property and staff from Pebble, which is being shut down. Reports have suggested the deal cost between $34 million and $40 million.
The EU's conditions for approving the deal do little to change hefty potential value to Microsoft's empire. But executing on the opportunity will take some work.
The surprise factor turned out not to be a surprise.
Cramer shares his views on how the world hates tech right now and opines that taking a step back might give some perspective.
Jim Cramer ponders how some stocks are the way they are. And how other stocks are the way they are, too.
Plus other sectors to watch in this rotation.
In previous tech sector declines, it did not pay to buy the first day after the crash.
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