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Google's new cloud chief has a big wall to climb to catch Amazon, but she says the market is only in its infancy.
Fortune 100 companies are betting big that Pivotal can help companies build and update cloud-based software more quickly.
Silicon Valley job seekers are asking tough questions about startup revenue, funding and burn rate.
IBM announces it is launching secure, certified and tested blockchain services for financial services, government and health care.
Microsoft's mobile business has been counted out by skeptics. The company is leaning on Windows 10 to revive developer excitement.
U.S. authorities have asked mobile phone carriers and manufacturers including Apple and Samsung, to explain how they release security updates.
Shares of Amazon hit an all-time high after Bernstein raised its price target to $1,000, the highest that any firm has on the company.
Apple has faced further setbacks in Asia, after losing a trademark fight in China and being refused permission for a project in India.
It would be surprising if Facebook didn't replace its humans with software that could efficiently summarize news stories. Why shouldn't it?
Fred Wilson believes the tech giant isn't focused on what's driving the future of technology.
Yahoo's management team and directors have given a warm welcome to Starboard Value Chief Executive Jeffrey Smith since he joined the company's board.
Shares of Harman International fell nearly 9 percent Thursday after its earnings fell short of expectations and it lowered guidance for the fiscal year.
While Silicon Valley is supposedly taking aim at Wall Street, the factions are starting to look more like partners.
For the first time in 13 years, Apple is seen reporting a decline in quarterly revenue as iPhone sales face a big slump.
Microsoft reported quarterly earnings missed analysts' expectations, while revenues came basically in line.
LinkedIn shares soared Thursday after the company reported quarterly earnings and revenue that easily topped Wall Street's expectations.
It was just over a year ago when Samsung lost its lead in smartphones in India and China. Now the electronics giant has "got its mojo back".
The free-spending e-commerce giant posted its fourth straight quarterly profit, boosted by a 28 percent rise in sales.
Stifel Nicolaus analyst Aaron Rakers is modeling a 9 percent revenue decline for 2016 and a return to growth next year.
Semiconductor and chip supplier stocks were lower after Apple posted disappointing quarterly results.
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