Cloudera shuffles the deck as the current CEO moves into a new role.
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Wall Street expected Adobe to report first quarter earnings of 34 cents a share on revenue of $1.01 billion.
The American financier is throwing a wrench into the PC maker's plan to go private once again.
The Chinese smartphone giant is "considering" buying Nokia, but it all depends on whether or not the ailing Finnish phone maker finally cracks.
IBM appears to be making good on its promise that it will make the bulk of its workforce rebalancing moves in the second quarter. Employees ranging from consultants to data center workers to sales are sweating.
GE is also touting that the value of its new Industrial Internet scheme will reach nearly $1.3 trillion by 2020.
IBM is going straight to those who hold the purse strings with its latest cloud product release.
Todd Bradley steps down from HP's PC and printer unit to be replaced by Dion Weisler, a former Lenovo and Acer executive. HP is hoping Bradley and Weisler can form an executive tag team that can tackle China and Lenovo.
The big focus is really to push as much content to mobile devices as possible for actual editing and collaboration rather than just viewing.
What would the technology world look like today if the 2000 ruling by the recently deceased Thomas Penfield Jackson -- that Microsoft be broken into two companies -- had been upheld?