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  • DAVOS, Switzerland, Jan 22- Colourful lions adorn a salon on the main street of Davos, inviting visiting business leaders to "Make in India". This year's Davos push, led by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, has stirred memories of the ill-fated and extravagant 2006 "India Everywhere" marketing campaign that had aimed to showcase a resurgent India as a destination for...

  • DUBAI, Dec 7- Cisco's executive chairman on Monday declined to say whether it would cede to China's demands to be able to control equipment deployed in the world's largest internet market, instead pledging to find a "win-win" solution. Cisco's commitment comes despite unease among foreign business groups over a China national security law adopted in July...

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    Marco Rubio and Jeb Bush have the lead among Republicans when it comes to raising money from tech. There's one particular issue that unites them.

  • John Chambers: Rules of the road for China

    John Chambers, Cisco executive chairman, discusses how corporation can build a relationship with China.

  • John Chambers: Future of digitization

    John Chambers, Cisco executive chairman, provides perspective on the future of the next generation of the Internet.

  • Chuck Robbins 'natural choice': Cisco CFO

    Kelly Kramer, Cisco CFO, discusses the transition from John Chambers to new CEO Chuck Robbins.

  • Cisco beats Street, cites revenue growth

    Brian White, Cantor Fitzgerald, discusses Cisco's software outlook, earnings results, and incoming CEO Chuck Robbins.

  • A pedestrian walks past Cisco Systems signage at the company's headquarters in San Jose, Calif.

    Analysts expected Cisco Systems to post earnings of 53 cents per share on $12.07 billion in revenue.

  • Cisco CEO John Chambers.

    Some sophisticated traders are betting Cisco's rally will be short-lived.

  • John Chambers: Beating white box competition

    Cisco CEO John Chambers, discusses the company's turnaround plan, and weighs in on how America can stay competitive in a global community.

  • Cisco CEO John Chambers.

    Cisco Systems on Monday announced John Chambers would step down as CEO effective July 26. Succeeding him will be Cisco Chuck Robbins.

  • Cisco's Chambers: We changed the world in many ways

    Our future is the brightest it's ever been, says outgoing Cisco CEO, John Chambers, sharing memories of his tenure at Cisco, and weighing in on the appointment of Chuck Robbins as the new CEO.

  • Chuck Robbins

    John Chambers is retiring, but don't expect much change at Cisco. Chuck Robbins, head of the company's 20,000 sales team, is cut from a similar cloth.

  • Cisco shakeup: Chambers steps down

    Cisco long-time CEO John Chambers is stepping down in July. Insight on the challenges the incoming CEO will face, with Dan Morgan, Synovus Trust.

  • Cisco's Chuck Robbins speaks at the Global Sales Experience in Las Vegas, Aug. 25, 2014.

    What’s on the agenda for Cisco? Chuck Robbins will succeed John Chambers as the next chief executive of the company.

  •  YouNow ahead of competitors: Fred Wilson

    Fred Wilson, Union Square Ventures founder, discusses Cisco naming Chuck Robbins the next CEO; the up and coming world of live video; and the Apple Watch.

  • Jim Cramer on the set of Mad Money

    “Mad Money” host Jim Cramer is starstruck by this stock’s long-term potential.

  • European Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager speaks during a news conference at the EU Commission headquarters in Brussels, April 15, 2015.

    Jim Cramer is worried that Google just doesn't take the antitrust charges filed by the EU seriously enough, and proposes a solution.

  • Cisco CEO: Digitization disruption

    John Chambers, Cisco chairman and CEO, discusses his initiative to make the U.S. the global leader in digitization.

  • Jeff Bezos, chief executive officer of Amazon.com Inc. and founder of Blue Origin LLC

    Almost 15 years have passed since the Nasdaq first broke the 5,000 mark. Now, the index is poised to pass that again.