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Telecom Deals Are Back as CEOs Head for Barcelona Gathering
Telecom executives from Vodafone Group Plc to Deutsche Telekom AG and Telefonica SA are headed to the industry’s annual get-together in Barcelona next week.
HPE's Whitman Struggles in Shift to Smaller Size, Cloud Pressure
Hewlett Packard Enterprise reported sales that missed projections for the third consecutive quarter.
Threat of Cyber Attack Is Biggest Fear for Businesses
After cyber attacks, the threat of a data breach ranked second among global business fears.
Verizon, Yahoo Cut Merger Price by $350 Million After Hacks
The acquisition, now valued at $4.48 billion in cash, is expected to close in the second quarter, the companies said in a statement Tuesday.
Microsoft Tries Again in Healthcare, This Time With Cloud, AI
Microsoft unveiled the new effort ahead of the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society conference next week.
Verizon Said to Near Yahoo Deal at Lower Price After Hacks
In addition to the discount, Verizon and the entity that remains of Yahoo after the deal, to be renamed Altaba Inc., are expected to share any ongoing legal responsibilities related to the breaches.
Microsoft Calls on Countries to Keep Civilians Out of Cyberhacks
Microsoft Corp. is urging countries to step up protection for civilians from state-sponsored cyberhacking.
Zenefits Cuts 45% of Staff as New CEO Pushes Changes
The 430 job cuts announced Thursday are the third round of staff reductions for the human resources software maker in the past year.
Microsoft Adds Patent Suit Protections For Cloud Customers
The patent protection can provide an edge for Microsoft as the company competes with Amazon and Google in the cloud.
HPE’s Whitman Gets $35.6 Million in 2016 After Company Split
Whitman got stock options worth $11.7 million, some of which are tied to share price goals, for the year ended Oct. 31, according to a regulatory filing Monday.
Snowden-Era Corporate Paranoia Creates Networking Startup Boom
In an era of increasingly sophisticated nation-state hacking, how can we trust that network infrastructure isn’t compromised before it’s dropped off at the company loading docks?
Apple to Zynga File Legal Brief Against Trump Immigration Order
Ninety-seven companies, from Apple Inc. to Zynga Inc., filed an impassioned legal brief condemning President Donald Trump’s executive order on immigration, stepping up the industry’s growing opposition to the policy.
‘Superstar’ Companies Are Eating Into Workers’ Wealth, Study Finds
U.S. workers have been getting a shrinking share of the American economic pie, and economists have been puzzled by the decline.
Snap Future Shaped by Complex Ties to Google as Supplier, Rival
Google has grown its cloud unit fast in recent years, but Snap remains one of its top customers, people familiar with the companies have said.
Companies Anticipate Big Software Deals, With Help From Trump
The new Trump administration has talked about rewriting tax provisions that could return profits stored away in other countries, which would fuel the size and frequency of deals.
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