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Venture Capitalists Largely No-Shows at White House Tech Event
The gathering Thursday focuses on emerging technologies, the inventors who build them and the venture capitalists who fund them.
BMC, CA Inc. Said to Mull Biggest Tech Buyout Since Dell
If a deal goes ahead, it would be the biggest leveraged buyout of a technology company since a group led by Michael Dell and Silver Lake Management agreed to buy Dell Inc. in 2013.
Adobe Notches Beat Again With Sales Outlook on Cloud Demand
The San Jose, California-based company also forecast revenue in the current quarter that topped the average analyst estimate.
Amazon Is 'Just Getting Started' With Web Services Push in Canada
Amazon.com Inc. is continuing its push into Canada by beefing up hiring.
Big Names Descend on White House for Trump's Technology Summit
The meeting Monday of the American Technology Council, which Trump commissioned in May and which is being shepherded by Kushner, kicks off a week of administration events themed on technology.
Message Startup Slack Said to Draw Interest From Amazon.com
A deal could give San Francisco-based Slack a valuation of at least $9 billion, the people said.
Podcast: Is Working From Home Too Good to Be True?
Why companies can't tamp down distance working.
Here Are the Theories for Why Mega-Cap Tech Stocks Took a Bath
Pundits have been grasping for the root cause behind the brisk retreat in tech giants like Facebook Inc., Amazon.com Inc., Netflix Inc., Alphabet Inc., Microsoft Corp., and Apple Inc. that started on June 9 and carried through the weekend.
Verizon Seals $4.5 Billion Yahoo Purchase as Mayer Heads Out
While the agreement was announced last July, the deal itself was in jeopardy after Yahoo disclosed two massive security hacks that exposed user accounts and threatened its trust with consumers, eventually slashing the deal’s price by $350 million.
GE Unveils Big Data Tools for Industry Amid Software Shift
General Electric Co. is unveiling software for boosting its machines’ productivity and streamlining repair.
DocuSign CEO Preps for IPO While Trying to Appease His 11 Bosses
Investors value the business at $3 billion, making DocuSign one of America’s most valuable technology startups.
HPE's Whitman Sees Acquisitions as Bigger Part of Strategy
Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co. Chief Executive Officer Meg Whitman, who has been racking up acquisitions to stay competitive in the age of cloud computing.
Cisco, Google Benefit From Indian Firms' Use of H-1B Program
Cisco’s use of the visa program has been the subject of public attention over the years, as its executives have lobbied for its expansion even while conducting multiple rounds of layoffs.
Alphabet Shares Follow in Amazon's Footsteps and Top $1,000
Shares of Google parent Alphabet Inc. passed $1,000 six days after Amazon.com Inc. crossed the same threshold.
Talk About Tech Bubble Is Flashback to the Dot-Com Era
It's fitting that the financial world has been obsessed lately with debating whether there is a different sort of tech bubble, this time among public companies.
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