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Oil and the dollar could be keys to Thursday's trading, after the dynamic duo sent markets on a wild ride Wednesday.
As activist hedge funds raise large piles of cash, buyout firm Thoma Bravo is gearing up for more tech dealmaking.
CNBC's David Faber reports the price on Veritas was cut. Carlyle agreed to buy Veritas for $8 billion in August, but agreed to lower that price yesterday.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.
Unlike an earlier version, the new law allows authorities to use digital information without regard to timeliness.
Viruses and security threats targeting Apple products have spiked in the past 18 months, a study said Tuesday.
Holiday travel tips for Thanksgiving cybersecurity.
Cybercrime victims lose an average of $358 and 21 hours fixing the problem, according to a Symantec survey.
U.S. stocks could tread water again Thursday as investors await Friday morning's key employment report.
After the Senate passage of CISA, we turned to the Cyber Threat Alliance for some perspective on the bill.
David Katz, who oversees $960 million for the Matrix Advisors Value Fund, is finding bargains across the board during the market selloff.
With global dealmaking this year expected to exceed the record levels of 2007, Lazard Vice Chairman Gary Parr tells CNBC why he's not worried about froth.
Daniel Ives, managing director at FBR Capital Markets, explains why Symantec selling Veritas to Carlyle Group for $8 billion was "long overdue."
U.S. stocks declined about 1 percent after a surprising move overnight by the People's Bank of China to depreciate the yuan by nearly 2 percent.
Symantec misses with Q2 earnings; sells Veritas information management business.
U.S. stock index futures indicated a sharply lower open on Tuesday after the PBoC allowed the yuan to depreciate 2 percent against the U.S. dollar.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Symantec on Tuesday announced plans to sell its information management business, to an investor group led by The Carlyle Group for $8 billion.
Growth will be the focus as investors look for a continued bounce in equities amid minor reports, oil prices, earnings and news out of Google.
Stocks closed out the past week with losses, and look set for another week of choppiness, as oil moves closer to its 2015 lows.