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IBM's problem is that it has no convincing case that it can return to the top tier of American tech companies. In fact, its chance to do that recedes with each reported quarter.
Continuous Intelligence Platform provider Sumo Logic entered the market with a bang.
The partial sale of TikTok to Oracle, if it goes through, may be the final transaction of real substance in the career Oracle founder Larry Ellison.
Shares of data warehousing cloud service provider Snowflake entered the market with a bang on Wednesday.
24/7 Wall St. has tracked more than a dozen analyst target price hikes on Adobe on Wednesday, and some of these are from the exact same analysts that hiked their targets ahead of the earnings report.
San Francisco-based Unity Software intends to price 25 million shares for an initial public offering valued up to more than $1 billion.
Adobe reported fiscal third-quarter earnings after markets closed Tuesday and posted $2.57 in earnings per share (EPS) and a record $3.23 billion in revenue, both better than analysts' expectations.
The market for initial public offerings has been quiet. Perhaps the hottest IPO of all is coming from Snowflake, a cloud-based data management services provider.
Chipmaker Nvidia has reached an agreement with SoftBank to acquire chip designer Arm from the Japanese firm in a deal valued at $40 billion. Now comes the hard part.
The August 31 short interest data have been compared with the previous report, and short sellers backed off from most of these selected semiconductor stocks, with one major exception.
Oracle reported fiscal first-quarter earnings per share of $0.93 and $9.37 billion in revenue after markets closed Thursday. Results beat both top- and bottom-line estimates.
BigCommerce has been touted by some investors as the next big e-commerce company. The problem here is the rate of its total annual revenue growth.
Working from home and distance education have driven huge sales increases for notebook computer makers. The industry is on track for its highest sales in eight years.
These five dividend tech stocks have solid upside to major Wall Street analyst price targets and offer investors perhaps a more comfortable entry point than some huge, overbought momentum plays.
Cloud computing company Zscaler released its fiscal fourth-quarter financial results after markets closed on Wednesday. The firm reported $0.05 in earnings per share (EPS) and $125.9 million in...