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While enterprise tech stocks are getting pummeled by investors, Red Hat is proving that there's still room for excitement.
Intel stock climbed after the chipmaker said it expects its revenue to grow again next year and raised its quarterly dividend.
Starboard Value instead urged the company to sell its search and display advertising businesses.
The online dating company Match Group had priced around $12 per share.
ON Semiconductor said it would buy Fairchild Semiconductor in a $2.4 billion deal, the latest in a rapidly consolidating semiconductor industry.
Is Lyft gaining ground on Uber? Hitting a $1 billion gross annual revenue over the next year would suggest Lyft has grown its market share.
On the verge of an IPO, Square is facing a slew of competitors crowding the market for payments processing systems.
Mobile payments company Square priced its initial public offering Wednesday at $9 per share, below the price range it previously outlined.
Apple shares also declined 12 percent during the third quarter.
Square's surge Thursday may make its CEO and co-founder Jack Dorsey forget all about Twitter's drubbing this year.
A troubled Yahoo could be in for a top management change, and soon, says SunTrust Robinson Humphrey Internet equity analyst Bob Peck.
One central bank has some frightening predictions when it comes to job stability in the future.
Yahoo! employees are running for the exits. Here's how to avoid the mistakes Marissa Mayer is making, says career coach Marie McIntyre.
Alphabet's Google and IAC's HomeAdvisor partner in home services.
Workers could go the way of the horse-and-buggy, because of the "exponential growth of artificial intelligence," investor Jeff Greene tells CNBC.
At least 100 banks have approached a bitcoin wallet provider about integrating the nascent transaction technology into their systems.
The world’s largest personal computer manufacturer has weighed in on the “PC is dead” debate, sparked by Apple’s Tim Cook on Tuesday.
The chief executive of a new messaging firm, that could rival Bloomberg’s service, has spoken of the merits of being backed by tech giant Google.
One thing is clear: Yahoo's not in Kansas anymore.
With an expanding core retail business, Amazon's firing on all cylinders. But lot depends on the continuing growth of AWS.
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