​How NetApp Builds Value with Cloud Data Services

MoneyShow | |

NetApp has several powerful partners, including IBM, VMware, Cisco, Microsoft, and Fujitsu.

This Year's Four Best-Performing Blue Chip Tech Plays

Jacob Harper | |

The tech sector has taken a bit of a beating to start out 2014. While we’re only four weeks into this year we’ve seen major players like Apple Inc. (AAPL) and Twitter (TWTR) lose

Cisco Paying $415 Million for Storage System Startup Whiptail

Andrew Klips | |

Networking giant Cisco Systems Inc. (CSCO) said on Tuesday that it has agreed to pay $415 million in cash, plus retention-based incentives, to buy Whiptail, a five-year old firm that makes

Stocks Close in the Red For the Week on Fears of Fed Exit

Michael Teague | |

By Friday’s close, Wall Street showed itself unable to muster the enthusiasm necessary to recover from the Federal Reserve’s hints this week that Quantitative Easing may be pulled back sooner

NetApp Delivers a Mixed Bag in Fourth Quarter Report

Andrew Klips | |

In a tale of good news/bad news shares of storage and data management company NetApp Inc. (NTAP) closed Tuesday trading down by 1.5 percent at $36.63, marking their third straight red close, but

Wall Street Holds Taps the Breaks Ahead of Federal Reserve Activity

Michael Teague | |

Early on Monday, the Dow and S&P touched new intraday highs before paring back to slight losses ahead of Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke’s mid-week appearance before congress’s Joint Economic

Stocks Slip on Disappointing Economic Data

Michael Teague | |

Jobless data from last week was released on Thursday indicating that unemployment claims jumped to 360,000, a significant increase on estimates of 330,000, while the prior week’s figure was

Wall Street Down on Worries About Slowing Economic Growth

Michael Teague | |

A bundle of poor economic news sent stocks sliding and beat the S&P 500 back from its record-high closing of the previous day, even though the Federal Reserve’s Open Market Committee

Cisco Continues Shift Away from Consumer Products, Sells Linksys Business To Belkin

Andrew Klips | |

Lightening its consumer-focused business, Cisco Systems Inc. (CSCO) is selling its home networking business unit, which includes the popular Linksys brand, to privately-held network equipment

Equities Sector Coverage: Dow Closes Above 13,000 As Investors Shrug Off More Cliff News

Sector Recap | |

Initial Jobless Claims came in at 393,000 in the latest week, well above the 350,000 recessionary threshold. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rebounded to 13,062.56 then dipped to 12,961.92 then

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