Nevertheless, shareholders appeared to be at ease with LinkedIn's Q4 results as stock began to climb in after-hours trading.
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Just last week, Symantec unveiled a new name for the information management spinoff: Veritas Technologies.
Sprint says it added 892,000 net new customers in the period and lost a net 19,000 -- far fewer than the 336,000 customers lost in the previous quarter.
With cloud and mobile-based programs for producing sales quotes and orders, SteelBrick currently serves nearly 200 companies, including Cloudera, Nimble Storage, Nutanix, and Marketo.
Under Armour, thanks to its acquisitions of three fitness app firms -- including MyFitnessPal, has amassed a lot of athlete data. But will that data help its core business?
A survey from Babson and Pearson highlights the conundrum that is online distance learning and how disruption will have to wait. A hybrid approach has a shot though.
Tableau added 2,600 new customer accounts, producing $101.4 million in license revenue.
Sunrise makes a suite of calendar products for both mobile and desktop that allow users to consolidate and import calendars from iCloud, Exchange and Google Calendar.
Amazon drops from the top perch in the Harris Poll Reputation Quotient, Apple slides and Samsung leaps ahead. Tech sector fares well overall.
Word, Excel and PowerPoint are available now with OneNote and Outlook on deck for the Windows 10 technical preview.
The US federal regulator, set to vote on the matter later this month, sent its strongest message to date: net neutrality is coming, so get used to it.
The two corporations will be jointly working on proof of concepts at the AT&T's Internet of Things Foundry located in Plano, Texas.
The cellular giant continues its game of catch up with T-Mobile by cutting prices.
The numbers of employees affected by IBM's restructuring efforts are debatable, but the evidence piles up that they're underway.
The deal further consolidates the list of office supply retailers, with Office Depot, OfficeMax and Staples all combined into one entity.