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March 22, 2010 by

Why Microsoft really, really, hates the cloud

How much will the cloud computing tsunami wipe off Microsoft's sales figures and market valuation by 2015? Settle back as guest blogger Louis Nauges, co-founder of Google Apps reseller Revevol, gives you his view of Microsoft's future financials.

March 11, 2009 by

Dell makes layoffs; won't reveal how many

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.

February 4, 2009 by

Cisco's Q2 sees weaker sales, profits; no widespread layoffs planned

updated: Despite the uncertain economic challenges in the future and a quarter that saw weaker sales and profits from a year ago, Cisco Systems remains optimistic about its ride through the downturn and is looking ahead at the recovery by focusing on a realignment and reorganization plan instead of widespread layoffs.The company reported a second-quarter net income of $1.

December 17, 2008 by

2008 Between the Lines

Welcome to the year in Between the Lines—in about 5 minutes (I hope). 2008 was a wild one and January feels like it was 20 years ago.

October 15, 2008 by

So what can Sun do?

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.

August 29, 2007 by

Sun CEO: Volume will drive value

Finally back on the growth track, Sun Microsystems wants to provide infrastructure to support consumer-driven services, and Asia is a key market, says CEO Jonathan Schwartz.


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