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This is a live blog from the Yerba Buena Center in San Francisco, CA, where Apple's CEO Steve Jobs and his team are readying for what has become an annual fall event – Apple's September briefing.
In a land of continued economic uncertainty, there's one area where I have firm conviction of difficulty on the horizon.
It is very possible that everything you've been hearing this month about the future has been wrong. Position yourself now as a contrarian so when the all-important fourth quarter rolls around, you're not stuck in everyone else's misguided summer camp.
Hewlett Packard raised its bid for 3Par to $27.00 a share, a value of $1.8 billion on Thursday.
This is a contested situation where you want to maintain being the superior bid. Dell is clearly saying that 3PAR is a strategic asset for the company because of its cloud-based storage.
Here's what analysts and others say they're watching before the bell Thursday.
See what's happening, who's talking and what will be making headlines on Thursday's Squawk on the Street.
Dell has been selling similar phones in China and Brazil since late last year and has been promising a U.S. version since January.
First there was the dot-com boom — now there’s the cloud explosion.
The business sentiment by 2011's end will be a mixed bag—combining the contraction of 2009 and the slight expansion of 2010—Sir Martin Sorrell, CEO of WPP Group, the world’s largest advertising agency told CNBC Tuesday.
While bankers I speak with continue to be busy, most sound a similar refrain. Activity is picking up and seems likely to move at a more substantial pace into the fall, but few are expecting to set any records.
The Privacy Police are on the march again, and Facebook is the target. But you gotta ask: Just what privacy are we fretting over when it involves half a billion people willingly revealing intimate details to legions of lurking digital strangers?
As online breaches continue to rise, new companies aiming to guarantee that customers' data is secure are springing up, thanks to the investments of entrepreneurs and venture capitalists who are pouring tens of millions of dollars into tech startups.
Here's why you should keep a close eye on these six stocks.
Facebook's long-awaited addition of the ability to "check in" could be a game changer for the social network's revenue stream.
Much has been said and written recently about how to jump-start small businesses in the US, but the wildly popular e-commerce site Groupon seems to doing just that while giving consumers exactly what they want—discounts.
Today Google trades at 21 times trailing earnings, about where the broader market lies. But isn’t this company worth more, pound for pound, than the typical S&P old-guarder?
Of all the data businesses long to collect about you, one of the most precious is where you are. The closer you get to a store, the more likely you’ll actually open your wallet. That makes location-based services a potential multi-billion-dollar opportunity.
India's security agencies are testing ways to access corporate email on Blackberry devices by obtaining encrypted data in a readable format, a government source said on Thursday.
The political consensus is forming in Washington around greater regulation of online advertising to protect consumer privacy. The twin goals are more consumer awareness of behavioral tracking and more “user friendly” out-out standards.
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