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Google said after U.S. markets closed Tuesday that George Reyes has announced plans to retire as chief financial officer by the end of the year and that the company will begin a search for a replacement.
While most long-term investors should stay on the sidelines during the current market turmoil, analysts say there are opportunities to find some bargains amid the carnage."Fear creates opportunity," Michael Embler, chief investment officer at Franklin Templeton Investments, told CNBC.com. "If you are a long-term investor, you should be turning off your screen. But if you want to buy stock, this is an opportunity."
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Executives from Microsoft, Yahoo and other technology companies will discuss ways to combat unwanted e-mail and data theft at a two-day conference that begins Wednesday.
The U.S. and China concluded two days of high-level talks in Washington D.C. without an agreement on trade, but that may mean different things for voters and investors
Mergers and acquisitions dominated headlines during the week as the S&P 500 ended above 1,500 for the first time in more than seven years and came within striking distance of an all-time high of 1,527 set in March 2000. "Merger activity is one of the things that's driving the strength in this market," said Ted Weisberg, president of Seaport Securities.
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Earnings blowouts and FDA approvals were the catalysts behind some of Thursday's most actively traded stocks.
Symantec, the world's biggest security software maker, posted a lower fourth-quarter profit that beat analysts' forecasts, sending its shares more than 5% higher in after-hours trading.
Stocks ended mixed on Monday as investors cast a wary eye on rising interest rates ahead of the Fed's two day meeting this week.
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The chief executive of Symantec told CNBC that the planned $830 million acquisition of Altiris will boost the security software maker's long-term sales.
Symantec, a maker of security software, posted a 25% increase in quarterly profit , or earnings of 26 cents a share for its fiscal third quarter ended Dec. 29, unchanged from a year ago and a penny above consensus estimates compiled by Thomson First Call.
The Dow closed at a record for the third straight session and Nasdaq fell slightly as investors bought selectively ahead of earnings reports and on a steep drop in oil.
Shares of Symantec sold off as much as 12% after the software maker warned of disappointing December-quarter results and cut its full-year outlook, blaming weak sales of data center software and higher-than-expected costs.
Top U.S. network equipment maker Cisco Systems said on Thursday it will buy Web messaging and e-mail security firm IronPort Systems for $830 million to tap growing demand for anti-virus and anti-spam software.
Seventeen initial public offering are scheduled to come to market this week, and analysts think the two to watch are Guidance Software and IPG Photonics.