Authorities identify 10 suspects, including Acer spokesperson Henry Wang, after conducting raids at 14 office locations to investigate allegations that shares were sold just before the Taiwanese PC maker was due to announce its third-quarter 2013 losses.
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Insiders say that Dell's anticipated layoff programme will begin this week, with roughly 15,000 employees due for the chop.
The American business magnate just upped the ante in his battle against Michael Dell.
In spite of Nokia's new smartphones and Microsoft's invested partnership, the Finnish phone maker is expected to report further losses on Thursday for its third quarter earnings report, amid layoffs and further restructuring efforts.
Shares of Japan's biggest provider of computer services fall more than 10 percent, on back of wider-than-expected losses in first quarter and talks of exiting chip manufacturing.
VMware Doubles Down On Heterogeneity With Nicira Acquisition, Steers Course To The Software Defined Datacenter
As HP, IBM, Dell, and Cisco battle each other to develop workload-centric infrastructures that tie hardware and software together, VMware continues to blaze the software-only path. Forrester's Dave Bartoletti shares how the latest acquisitions signal an important strategy shift for VMware.
Shares plummet after an independent panel uncovers the extent of Olympus' financial fraud scandal: $1.7 billion in losses were hidden by the company since the 1990's.
Comscore has published results from its latest quarterly report on mobile market shares. Most of the big names have suffered losses, and none more so than RIM.
Shares of both handset manufacturers fall after they predicted losses in first-quarter forecasts due to increased pressure from Apple and Android devices, according to reports.
News that Dell beat Wall Street's expectations for its second quarter and is expecting "seasonal demand improvements" for the current quarter was sure to cause shares to rise when Dell posted its results after the close of the markets Thursday.But a premature release of some presentation materials related to the company's earnings announcement sparked a rally on Wall Street in the closing minutes, sending shares up nearly 7 percent for the day.
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Dell is laying off workers around the world but won't say how many or where, reports the AP.The computer maker will confirm only that some of the employees are based at an assembly plant in North Carolina.
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Here are today’s notable headlines. You can get News To Know via email alert and RSS daily:Larry Dignan: Cost cutting pays off for Dell; IT spending, demand 'challenging'Sam Diaz: Salesforce bucks trend for Q3; shares rising.
newsmaker Twitter co-founder Biz Stone shares how the micro-blogging site is attracting commercial usage from the likes of Dell.
Sun is the Rodney Dangerfield of the tech companies on the stock market - no matter what they announce, from sales gains and new products to losses and layoffs, the response is always the same: the people who make money selling IBM and Wintel shares short Sun. It's a loser: the dollars at issue favor the MS/IBM side by over a hundred to one - so it's time, I think, to pick up that ball and go home. Take the company private and be done with this nonsense.
Dell CEO Michael Dell has acquired about a $100 million worth of Dell shares in the last three days. Guess Mr.
Michael Dell said Thursday that the company will lay off more than the 8,800 employees it had previously announced and remains committed to cutting costs. Dell's confessional indicates that the company has a lot of cost cutting ahead and could become more efficient.
I know a CIO who got his company to buy tens of thousands of machinesfrom Dell mainly because he admires both Bill Gates and Michael Dell for having made so muchmoney and, in fact, brags about how much he's made holding shares in their companies.
IDC published its numbers on Europe, Middle East and Africa in Q3 2005.EMEA PC Market in Q3 2005 Shipments, 000Share, %GrowthVendorQ3 2004Q3 2005Q3 2004Q3 2005YTYHP2,237 2,577 16.
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