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Andreessen Answers the Tech Valuation Question
Marc Andreessen of venture-capital firm Andreessen Horowitz shares his thoughts on unicorns, technology, entrepreneurship, psychological scarring of investors, and the future of e-commerce.
Salesforce Sees Increasing Demand on Expanded Cloud Lineup
Benioff’s strategy appears to be paying off, while Salesforce also is benefiting from the general demand for cloud-based software
Google to Offer New AI `Supercomputer' Chip Via Cloud
Chief Executive Officer Sundar Pichai announced the new chip on Wednesday during a keynote address at the Alphabet Inc. unit’s annual I/O event.
Microsoft Faulted Over Ransomware While Shifting Blame to NSA
Microsoft President and Chief Legal Officer Brad Smith blamed the NSA’s practice of developing hacking methods to use against the U.S. government’s own enemies.
Cyberattack Is Blunted as Governments, Companies Gain Upper Hand
More than 200,000 computers in at least 150 countries have so far been infected, according to Europol, the European Union’s law enforcement agency.
Cyber Attack Forces U.K. Hospitals to Turn Away Patients
British hospitals urged people with non-emergency conditions to stay away after a cyber attack affected large parts of the country’s National Health Service.
Another Record in Reach of Tech Stocks as Big 5 Add $500 Billion
The computer and software gauge has soared 17 percent in 2017, leaving it less than 5 percent from its level on March 27, 2000.
Microsoft Unveils New Cloud Services for AI and Industrial Sensors
In a keynote featuring Chief Executive Officer Satya Nadella, Microsoft will focus on Azure cloud services meant for the Internet of Things.
Cyber Crime Fears Drive Up Demand for Anti-Hacker Insurance
Insurers see coverage against hackers as one of their most promising markets, estimating that premiums will triple over the next four years.
SAP's Management Faces Questions on Succession Planning and Pay
Plattner, who built the company into a corporate computing power, is 73 -- two years short of SAP’s suggested retirement date for directors -- and an essential figure without a clear replacement.
Dell Says He's Winning Back Customers From `Pricey' Public Cloud
The chief executive officer spoke during the Dell EMC World gathering in Las Vegas with more than 13,000 attendees from more than 100 countries.
Dell Takes Venture Arm Out of Shadow With $100 Million to Invest
The venture arm -- which kept a very low profile when it was part of EMC -- is coming out of "stealth," including disclosing portfolio companies as part of a new push to highlight young businesses.
Slack Opens New London Office Amid Brexit Uncertainty
The decision to extend into London comes despite uncertainty that surrounds Brexit and its eventual impact on U.K.-based companies trading with Europe, or hiring foreign talent.
Tech Bubble Quietly Burst for Overvalued Startups
It will be a long slog for Cloudera to dig out of its valuation hole.
Sage to Sell U.S. Payments Unit, Flags Brexit Risk to Hiring
Sage confirmed that U.S. division Sage Payment Solutions, which helps merchants process and manage card and mobile payments, is now classified as an asset held for sale and a discontinued operation.
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