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DocuSign announces a new electronic payment service in a partnership with big technology companies like Apple and Microsoft.
Deal-making continues to play a major role in the IoT's development as tech giants compete for landgrab opportunities.
Jim Cramer sees growing businesses and a low valuation in Microsoft.
At current prices, Jim Cramer says Microsoft shares look inexpensive when investors consider the company's move away from software and into other areas.
U.S. stock futures rise and European stocks are mixed following the final U.S. presidential debate and after the European Central Bank leaves rates unchanged.
AT&T may be waiting to see how Verizon and CenturyLink's auctions pan out before pulling the trigger on marketing its own data centers.
Analysts expect sales to drop 26% year on year, but profits to rise.
The product is scheduled for global release next March.
On Thursday, October 20, investors await quarterly results from American Airlines and a policy statement from the European Central Bank.
It may be outdated, and some names can be ruled out, but at least one is intriguing.
ServiceNow, Tableau, Pegasystems and other enterprise software groups made Salesforce's list, while Twitter was conspicuously absent.
Patriot's Coach Bill Belichick is throwing in the towel on the Microsoft Surface tablets saying they are just not dependable.
The world's biggest tech companies are intensifying their competition to command your home's devices and services, but the prize is still up for grabs.
Apple should start negotiating with the NFL now to get an iPad deal done after Microsoft's contract expires in 2018, Cramer says.
New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick is done with the Microsoft (MSFT) Surface tablets.
Citrix Systems stock is up almost 11% year to date, but the stock ran out of gas in late July.
eBay is deploying its ShopBot on Facebook's Messenger platform.
Microsoft (MSFT) is slated to post a year-over-year increase in both earnings and revenue for the fiscal 2017 first quarter on Thursday.
Big Blue's latest earnings report isn't as strong as it appears at first glance, and raises fresh questions about its ability to grow profits over the long run.
Stocks hold near session highs on Tuesday afternoon as a positive earnings report from Netflix boosts the Nasdaq.
Microsoft is changing its business mode and analysts are high on the shift to cloud computing and services. These three ETFs may benefit.
Apple is reportedly no longer trying to build a full-fledged car, which raises fresh questions about its ability to create new products to drive growth.
SAP to partner with Microsoft in a long-term deal to jointly deliver better outcomes for global clients.
Microsoft set a multiyear high in August, but its weekly chart may face a downgrade.
While companies love to trumpet their exposure to IoT, it often accounts for just a small part of their business.
A government panel says Norway's $880 billion sovereign wealth fund should buy more stocks.