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  • July 17- Retail giant Walmart Inc said on Tuesday it entered into a strategic partnership with Microsoft Corp for wider use of cloud and artificial intelligence technology, in a sign of major rivals of Amazon.com Inc coming together. The five-year agreement will leverage the full range of Microsoft's cloud solutions, including Microsoft Azure and Microsoft...

  • A voter casts her ballot as another voter departs at a Masonic Lodge on June 5, 2018 in Los Angeles.

    Pointing to an expected uptick in security spending in the run-up to November, analyst Arjun Menon told clients that the select group of stocks are likely to see upside in the months to come.

  • SAN FRANCISCO, July 12- Microsoft Corp on Thursday introduced a free tier of its workplace collaboration software Teams to better compete against rival Slack Technologies Inc in a market analysts view as a main battleground in the world of enterprise software. "We naturally want customers who are using the free version to upgrade to the full Office 365 version,...

  • Dell's 'cloud of uncertainty' never affected VMware's customers, VMware COO says

    Jim Cramer hears from VMware Chief Operating Officer Sanjay Poonen about the company's dealings with Dell and its new lines of business.

  • July 12- Chipmaker Broadcom Inc's surprise bid to buy software company CA Inc for $18.9 billion wiped off the same amount from its market value on Thursday, with investors and analysts struggling to find a clear reason for the deal. Broadcom, which has mushroomed in value by buying out rivals in the past decade's surge in mobile phone production, agreed on...

  • NEW YORK— Technology companies are soaring Thursday as investors remain optimistic about the sector even though much of the market has been shaken by fears about the trade war with China. Software maker CA is jumping after chipmaker Broadcom agreed to buy it for $18.9 billion. CHIP SHOPPING: CA accepted an offer from Broadcom worth $18.9 billion, or $44.50 per...

  • Technology companies rose sharply on Wall Street, pushing the Nasdaq composite to another all-time high. The biggest winner in the sector by far was software maker CA, which soared 19 percent after agreeing to be acquired by Broadcom, a chipmaker. Johnson& Johnson rose 1.2 percent and Honeywell climbed 2.3 percent.

  • Broadcom fell 12.3 percent in premarket trading after the chipmaker's $18.9 billion deal to buy business software maker CA Inc caught investors and analysts by surprise. Shares of Rupert Murdoch's company gained 0.4 percent. Markets were rattled on Wednesday after the United States threatened to impose tariffs on an additional $200 billion worth of...

  • July 12- Broadcom Inc's surprise bid to buy software company CA Inc knocked $11 billion off the value of the chipmaker in trading before the bell on Wall Street on Thursday, with analysts struggling to find a clear rationale behind the deal. Broadcom, which has mushroomed in value by buying out rivals in the past decade's surge in mobile phone production, agreed on...

  • Comcast made a $34 billion bid for Sky, trumping an offer from Rupert Murdoch's 21st Century Fox 16 hours earlier and setting up a transatlantic battle for the European pay-TV group. Markets were rattled on Wednesday after the United States threatened to impose tariffs on an additional $200 billion worth of Chinese goods. The drop on Wall Street on Wednesday...

  • July 11- Broadcom Inc announced a $18.9 billion deal to buy U.S. business software company CA Inc on Wednesday, venturing far beyond its realm of semiconductors and testing investors' confidence in its Chief Executive Hock Tan's dealmaking credentials. Since then, Broadcom has redomiciled from Singapore to the United States, placing it formally outside the...

  • July 11- Broadcom Inc plans to acquire U.S. business software company CA Inc in a $19 billion deal aimed at diversifying Broadcom beyond semiconductors, but Wall Street analysts were immediately skeptical. Since then, Broadcom has redomiciled from Singapore to the United States, placing it formally outside the purview of the Committee on Foreign Investment...

  • Jim Cramer on "Mad Money."

    Jim Cramer reveals why U.S. defense and natural gas stocks are strong picks after the NATO Summit.

  • July 11- Broadcom Inc is nearing a roughly $19 billion deal to acquire U.S. business software company CA Inc, in a bid to diversify its technology offerings beyond semiconductors, people familiar with the matter said on Wednesday. Since then, Broadcom has redomiciled from Singapore to the United States, placing it formally outside the purview of the Committee on...

  • July 11- Broadcom Inc is nearing a roughly $19 billion deal to acquire business software company CA Inc, as it seeks to diversify its technology offerings beyond semiconductors, people familiar with the matter said on Wednesday. Since then, Broadcom has redomiciled from Singapore to the United States, placing it formally outside the purview of the Committee on...

  • July 11- Broadcom Inc is nearing a deal to acquire business software company CA Inc for $44.50 per share, as it seeks to diversify its technology offerings beyond chips, people familiar with the matter said on Wednesday. The deal is expected to be announced later on Wednesday, the sources said, asking not to be identified ahead of an official announcement.

  • July 11- Broadcom Ltd is nearing a roughly $19 billion deal to acquire business software company CA Inc, as it seeks to diversify its technology offerings beyond semiconductors, people familiar with the matter said on Wednesday. Since then, Broadcom has redomiciled from Singapore to the United States, placing it formally outside the purview of the Committee on...

  • July 11- Broadcom Ltd is nearing a deal to acquire business software company CA Inc for $44.50 per share, as it seeks to diversify its technology offerings beyond chips, people familiar with the matter said on Wednesday. The deal is expected to be announced later on Wednesday, the sources said, asking not to be identified ahead of an official announcement.

  • Bitcoin users in Tokyo gathered for a meeting set to be dominated by the shuttering of the MtGox exchange amid claims of a multi-million dollar theft.

    Bancor said that “no user wallets have been compromised in the attack.”

  • Jim Cramer on Mad Money

    Jim Cramer highlights a buying opportunity in the aftermath of the Toys R Us closure.

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