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Key to Control in Silicon Valley Is Simple: Make Money
Companies must have profits, or they die. Those simple laws of corporate mathematics haven't applied for many tech firms on the other side of the 2008-2009 financial crisis.
Wanda Partnership Underscores IBM's China Cloud Push, CEO Says
IBM and Wanda are creating a new cloud company using IBM’s technology and Wanda’s brand.
MuleSoft Eyes Acquisitions After Soaring in U.S. Trading Debut
MuleSoft plans to use proceeds from the IPO for general corporate purposes, including possible acquisitions.
Adobe Rises to Record on Upbeat Sales Forecast Driven by Cloud
Adobe Systems Inc. soared to a record Friday after it forecast sales in the current quarter that topped some analysts’ estimates.
With Tax Overhaul on Back Burner, Companies Embrace M&A Abroad
Corporations are paying for their acquisitions completely with cash they’d stashed abroad.
Yahoo Security Lapses Laid Bare Even as Russia Blamed for Hack
When it comes to Yahoo’s massive security breach, the company was right about one thing.
Oracle's Cloud Business Shows Momentum as Sales, Profit Beat
Sales from Oracle’s cloud businesses gained 62 percent in the recent period.
Russian Spy Agents Accused by U.S. of Masterminding Yahoo Hack
The broadside against the Russian government appeared in an indictment unsealed Wednesday in San Francisco federal court against two Russian FSB security agents and a pair of criminal hackers.
SocGen Taps Amazon, Microsoft for Cloud as Banks Target Costs
The Paris-based bank is to become one of the first large European banks to adopt cloud computing for the bulk of its operations.
Chasing Slack and Cloud Sales, Microsoft's Teams Targets Big-Office Customers
Microsoft Corp. officially rolled out its Teams workplace-collaboration software, counting on integration with its ubiquitous Office and Outlook programs.
Citrix Said to Work With Goldman Sachs on Possible Sale
The Fort Lauderdale, Florida-based company hired Goldman Sachs Group Inc. to sound out buyers including private equity firms.
Verizon Suggested Price Cut of Up to $925 Million for Yahoo Deal
Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam suggested a price cut of as much as $925 million for the deal to buy Yahoo! Inc.’s internet assets, according to a regulatory filing.
Intel to Buy Mobileye for About $15 Billion in Car Tech Push
Intel is trying to accelerate a push into what many chip companies view as the next big opportunity: self-driving cars and the data they generate.
Cloudera Said to Tap Morgan Stanley, JPMorgan, BofA for IPO
Intel-backed big data company Cloudera is planning to go public this year and is eyeing a valuation of about $4.1 billion.
Google Adds Cloud Customers, Nabbing Verizon From Microsoft
Verizon Communications Inc. announced that it has moved more than 150,000 employees to Google’s productivity apps, called G Suite.
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