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Dell has delayed Thursday's vote on founder Michael Dell's plan to take the slumping computer maker private, a sign the board needs time to rally support.
Ebay's stock dropped after the company reported second quarter earnings in line with analysts' expectations, but offered weaker guidance for the third quarter.
Intel's margins improved but the chip giant cut its full-year revenue forecast amid slumping PC sales and a shift toward tablets and smartphones. Shares fell after-hours.
IBM reported second-quarter earnings Wednesday that exceeded analyst expectations, sending shares up more than 3 percent.
Earnings reports this week will offer more details on exactly how bad the mobile and cloud disruptions are for some of the titans of tech. CNBC's Jon Fortt breaks it down.
Investors will be on the edge of their seats during the days leading up to the vote that will determine Dell's fate.
A shareholder vote on Michael Dell's proposal to take the tech company private could be delayed if the deal is seen as being voted down, according to sources.
Samsungs and Google are gaining on Apple in the areas of design and innovation, but experts say that Apple still has an edge and that its next game-changing product is coming.
Production of Apple's next generation iPhone, dubbed the iPhone 5S, will begin this month and will be available this fall, Jefferies analyst Peter Misek says.
Major wireless providers of BlackBerry's new smartphone have already begun selling the devices at steep discounts, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Airline stocks such are set to soar on better-than-expected earnings as consumer confidence increases, capacity continues to come offline and fuel costs remain tame.
Apple has embarked on a hiring spree to tackle design problems with its "iWatch," bringing in fresh expertise amid concern of a delayed product launch. The Financial Times reports.
After putting Hulu up for sale, its parent companies, Disney, 21st Century Fox, and NBC Universal, CNBC's parent company, are announcing the streaming-video company is no longer for sale.
In the last year, investors and the general public have seen their share of drama, including a flurry of big acquisitions, personnel cuts, a telecommuting controversy and a fashion faux pas on the red carpet.
Chinese cellphone chip designer Spreadtrum Communications will be acquired by a unit of government-owned Tsinghua Holdings for a raised offer price of about $1.78 billion.
A nondescript office building on K Street in Washington houses the servers that deliver some of the most in-demand government data to high speed traders on Wall Street.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer's reorganization plan could have an impact on its stock price, Colin Gillis of BGC Partners says.
As it looks to steal customers away from bigger rivals Verizon Wireless and AT&T, Sprint is offering its customers unlimited data services for life.
Marc Andreessen is bullish on startups and the economy. At the Allen Company conference in Sun Valley, he said he was most excited about is are new collaborative business models.
Microsoft has been helping the National Security Agency get access to encrypted messages, according to a Guardian report that is based on documents provided by Edward Snowden.
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Apple's mobile payments service and the cryptocurrency are "not super comparable," says investor Cameron Winklevoss.
Rather than jump at the Alibaba IPO, RiverPark/Wedgewood fund's David Rolfe might "wait years to get it at our price."
Though Alibaba is seeking a valuation of as much as $162.7 billion, one stock market pro thinks it could fetch up to $240 billion.