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Where Does Cisco's Stock Go From Here?

Where Does Cisco's Stock Go From Here?

Following its strong quarterly results this week, the networking giant is now trading at close to a 52-week high. Can it continue rising?

CenturyLink Drops After Slashing Its Dividend in Half

CenturyLink Drops After Slashing Its Dividend in Half

The telecom provider cuts its dividend to $1 from $2.16 in a move to focus on paying down outstanding debt.

Jim Cramer: CenturyLink's Slashed Dividend Is Hardly a Big Surprise

Jim Cramer: CenturyLink's Slashed Dividend Is Hardly a Big Surprise

The moral of the CTL story? Never reach for outsized yield, as there is a good chance you will get burned.

What Jim Cramer's Watching as T-Mobile and Sprint Head to Capitol Hill

What Jim Cramer's Watching as T-Mobile and Sprint Head to Capitol Hill

Here's what Jim Cramer thinks about T-Mobile and Sprint heading to Capitol Hill.

RingCentral Jumps on Strong Fourth-Quarter Earnings, Guidance

RingCentral Jumps on Strong Fourth-Quarter Earnings, Guidance

RingCentral is jumping after reporting fourth-quarter earnings that beat analysts' expectations.

This $6 Stock Could Be a Key Contrarian Pick in 2019

This $6 Stock Could Be a Key Contrarian Pick in 2019

This European stock could cash in on trade tensions.

Apple Fields Complaints From Outsourced Employment Sites

Apple Fields Complaints From Outsourced Employment Sites

Apple is facing complaints from some contract workers.

Chart of the Day: Huawei's Trade War Scorecard

Chart of the Day: Huawei's Trade War Scorecard

Nations are choosing sides and the results might not be as lopsided as many assume.

Twilio Has the Wind at Its Back, Says JPMorgan

Twilio Has the Wind at Its Back, Says JPMorgan

The communications-as-a-service provider is viewed very positively by its partners, notes JPMorgan, which bodes well as the firm rides waves of cloud and mobile growth.

Apple, Huawei Have Become a Proxy Battleground Between Washington, Beijing

Apple, Huawei Have Become a Proxy Battleground Between Washington, Beijing

The world's two largest smartphone manufacturers are being drawn to the center of the trade war.