Salesforce.com CEO wanted to illustrate how quickly cloud computing is reshaping workplaces, and had a telling example.
Investors, take heed. From Apple to Comcast to Wal-Mart, some of the biggest corporate giants will be in the spotlight Wednesday at the Code Conference.
Looking at recent earnings, Jim Cramer has noticed a somewhat common theme among those companies doing well.
These tech companies gives employees perks that will make you drool.
Wasn’t it yesterday that the Street wanted nothing to do with high multiple growth stocks?
Venture capitalists poured more than $11 billion into software last year, more than into any other sector and about double the amount in 2010.
Salesforce.com reported a better-than-expected 37 percent rise in quarterly revenue, helped by higher demand for its sales and marketing software.
Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Tuesday: Analog Device, Intuit & more.
The 'cloud' conjures images of a remote place in the sky where people store documents, photos and music, yet the reality couldn't be more different.
Cramer intends to monitor the bounce in momentum stocks closely, especially with a bellwether catalyst coming in the days ahead.
Stocks are likely to take their cue from the bond market, as traders worry low yields are a warning the economy isn't springing back.
Jim Cramer believes there’s always opportunity in the market. You just have to know where to look! Here’s what’s on his calendar.
Talking Squawk, the official "Squawk Box" blog, provides tidbits, insights, and some sarcastic reflections on the WEEK THAT WAS and the WEEK TO COME.
FBR Capital's Dan Ives gives his top ideas for what he calls a "golden opportunity" for tech M&A.
With the Dow hitting record highs and the Nasdaq making up lost ground, the market appears to be in a "sweet spot," CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
Jim Cramer fears these stocks will leave you in an awful position. He thinks you should sell a bounce.
The rotation out of fast-growing biotech and Internet stocks shouldn't worry investors—unless you own those stocks, CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
Cramer said something significant happened in the market, though it was not readily apparent.
Cloud firms were once the darlings of Wall Street, but now they're just another group of software-like companies that will have to prove themselves.
There are surprisingly few signs that equity hedge funds have made big changes to their portfolios following losses.