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Several small-cap stocks were poised to move on above-average volume during Friday's session.
Cisco ups the ante in its war with H-P, unveiling a new set of servers.
Juniper switches exchanges, highlighting the struggle between the Nasdaq and the NYSE.
Stocks slumped in New York after the conclusion of the Fed's two-day meeting. Crude oil was down almost $3. Gregg Greenberg reviews the action in The Real Story.
The latest Ericsson win, a contract with MetroPCS, is another setback for gear peers Alcatel-Lucent and Nokia Siemens
With the worst of the financial crisis presumably over and phone companies scrambling to accommodate higher traffic levels, Ciena chief Gary Smith is slightly optimistic about his networking equipment business.
It's all change at Nokia and Siemens' joint venture, although service dollars are looming large on the horizon.
Networking specialist Sonus may have Nortel's VOIP division in its sights.
Here's how some of Wednesday's 'Mad Money' stocks fared on Thursday.
Cramer likes the company because it's part of the mobile Internet tsunami.
Mike Zafirovski's departure follows a turbulent few months that saw the company enter Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
Cisco may give the tech sector a much-needed boost when it announces its fourth-quarter results Wednesday
Gains were nearly halved in the final hour of trading Thursday, but it was still a decent day on Wall Street. Gregg Greenberg reviews the day in The Real Story video above.
The telecommunications-equipment maker reported its first profit since its merger in 2006.
Starent continues to get crowded out by big networking gearmakers.
French workers are playing serious hardball with the Canadian telecom equipment maker.
Nortel's meteoric rise and spectacular fall should serve as an example to the rest of the tech sector.
Boeing, Boeing, Gone; Medarex's Quick Study; Altria's Smoke Screen; Exit Nortel; Bye, Bye Bernie.
Boeing, Boeing, Gone; Medarex's Quick Study; Altria's Smoke Screen; Exit Nortel; Bye, Bye Bernie
Networking firm Cisco is ruffling plenty of tech industry feathers, but with good reason.
Server giant Hewlett-Packard teams up with Alcatel-Lucent and takes another swipe at Cisco.
Winners and losers are starting to emerge as AT&T culls its list of equipment suppliers.
Networking gearmaker Ciena reporters larger-than-expected loss on continued sluggish tech spending.
Cisco is rumored to have bested Juniper in a bid for an AT&T networking gear order.
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