The release is a part of Box's strategy of becoming the go-to service people use to collaborate and get work done in the cloud.
Evercore ISI upgrades Intel to buy from hold.
As more work is done on the cloud, VMware's trying to cut through the confusion, the CEO told CNBC on Monday.
Stocks closed higher, with financials leading, as investors looked for clues about the Federal Reserve's next move.
VMware CEO Patrick Gelsinger weighs in on cross-cloud integration and VMworld.
There are plenty of weather apps out there, but not all will keep you warm and dry. Some are more accurate than others.
Stocks closed lower, with health care shedding 1.5 percent, while investors eagerly awaited a speech from Janet Yellen.
Statements by Fed officials about the timing of next policy moves are part of the holding pattern until presidential elections on November 8.
Apple CEO Tim Cook took the helm from Steve Jobs five years ago, but his legacy will be defined more by what he does in the next five years.
Top tech investor Paul Meeks likes Salesforce.com for the long term.
Hain Celestial's revenue-recognition timing issues shines a spotlight once again on an issue that has tripped up other companies.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
CNBC matched big tech companies to world cities based on relative population size.
Equities closed mostly lower as investors digested disappointing economic data, following a record-setting day on Thursday.
Stocks rose, with the major indexes posting record closes, amid sharp gains in oil prices and strong results from retailers.
No matter who wins the White House, there is likely to be a big jump in infrastructure spending.
A machine intelligence system is starting a fund that hopes to outsmart people and computers, Recode reported.
Tech parties like it's 1999. Is old tech your best bet? With CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Options Action traders.
Stocks closed lower as oil settled below $40 for the first time since April and as the Dow did something it had not done in a year.
For companies looking to avoid an embarrassing DNC-style attack, IBM is offering a new solution: Let us try to hack you.