NEW YORK, Dec 12- Europe, long a scapegoat for weak earnings at U.S. multinational companies, is now looking like a more dependable source of profits, and that could make some stocks that have lagged this year's rally more enticing to investors.
WASHINGTON, Dec 4- A U.S. appeals court on Wednesday closely questioned Google's claim that Oracle does not enjoy copyright protection over certain parts of the Java programming language.
NEW YORK, Dec 3- The star witness in the government's case against SAC Capital Advisors portfolio manager Michael Steinberg faced aggressive questioning on Tuesday from Steinberg's lawyer, who sought to discredit his earlier testimony.
*Tech adviser cites dramatic improvement since Oct. 1. Dec 1- Two months after the disastrous launch of a website that is a key component of President Barack Obama's healthcare law, administration officials said on Sunday they had met their goal of getting the HealthCare.gov site running smoothly but warned that it needs more fixes.
But specialists said weeks of work lie ahead, including a major reconfiguration of the computer hardware.
*Sees Q4 rev $133- $138 mln vs est. Nov 25- Workday Inc, a provider of Web-based human resources software, guided fourth-quarter revenue well above expectations after reporting a 76 percent jump in quarterly sales, helped by strong growth in subscriptions from financial customers.
Nov 25- Workday Inc, a provider of Web-based human resources software, guided fourth-quarter revenue well above expectations after reporting a 76 percent jump in quarterly sales, helped by strong growth in subscriptions. The company competes with Salesforce Inc and Oracle Corp in the fast-growing cloud software market but has yet to turn a profit.
I’m hoping you have to go to a museum to see Oracle and SAP software, said a candid CEO during an interview with Cramer.
It’s nearly Thanksgiving, and ahead of the holiday Cramer plans to kick back and watch TiVo???!
BARCELONA, Nov 22- German business software group SAP may speed up a shift towards providing its products over the internet in order to tap demand for so-called cloud services and take advantage of Germany's reputation for data privacy, it said on Friday.
U.S. technology companies may face new challenges selling their goods and services in China as fallout from the U.S. spying scandal takes a toll.
SINGAPORE, Nov 14- U.S. technology companies including Cisco Systems Inc, International Business Machines Corp and Microsoft Corp may face new challenges selling their goods and services in China as fallout from the U.S. spying scandal starts to take a toll.
The growing wealth disparity between CEOs and workers finally may be catching up to corporate America.
SINGAPORE, Nov 14- U.S. technology companies including Cisco Systems Inc and IBM Corp are facing unprecedented difficulties selling their goods and services in China, as fallout from the U.S. spying scandal starts to take a toll.
NEW YORK, Nov 13- Cisco Systems Inc warned its revenue would dive as much as 10 percent this quarter, and keep contracting until after the middle of 2014, as a backlash against U.S. government spying contributed to plummeting demand in emerging markets like China.
The stock market could pull back as much as 5 percent if the Fed starts to taper in December, JPMorgan's Thomas Lee told CNBC. But he said to buy any dips.
Nov 5- Canadian business software maker Open Text Corp said it would buy privately held cloud services company GXS Group Inc for $1.17 billion. Open Text, whose customers include Microsoft Corp and Oracle Corp, makes software that helps companies manage documents and workflows.
Nov 4- John Chen, the man charged with breathing life into struggling BlackBerry Ltd, says he has no intention of killing the money-losing BlackBerry handset as he looks to turn around the smartphone maker.
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct 31- A majority of shareholders opposed Oracle Corp Chief Executive Larry Ellison's pay in a non-binding vote on Thursday following complaints that the world's third-richest man makes too much as his company struggles against smaller rivals.
WASHINGTON, Oct 31- Experts from top technology and Internet companies including Google Inc, Oracle Corp and Red Hat Inc have joined the Obama administration's effort to fix its troubled HealthCare.gov website, a U.S. official said on Thursday.