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On Wednesday, Cisco shares were up by more than four percent but lost some of its gains later in the day. The Silicon Valley tech giant reported more positive fiscal third-quarter earnings than was anticipated, but revenue still fell by eight percent compared to a year-to-year quarter....
Thirty volunteers from the nation’s largest tech companies built a coronavirus tracking site in six days. The volunteers from Apple, Amazon, Alphabet Google and others worked six straight nights to make it happen.  The team of volunteers worked closely with epidemiologists, including John Brownstein,...
Goldman Sachs seems to be in competition with Google, Amazon, Microsoft and other top tech-oriented companies for the best engineering talent it can find. The investment bank currently has 10,000 developers, according to George Lee, co-CIO of Goldman. That means one-quarter of its workforce is focused on...
Many envision oversized Midwestern fields when it comes to our nation’s farms. But one innovative farming enterprise is set to change that stereotype. 80 Acres is a self-proclaimed fully-automated indoor farm that uses the latest innovations in science and technology to grow its crops. And, its executives,...
JPMorgan Chase continually makes headlines in the news. But, the latest reason why shows that the investment bank might have something ingenious up its sleeve. The firm has hired an IBM researcher and inventor to head its new division focused on emerging technologies. Quantum computing will be...
After losing half its stock in a selloff that lasted from late July 2018 until December 2018, Facebook has finally rebounded and momentarily hit an all-time high on Friday, reaching $219.88 per share, or 0.72 percent higher. Shares ultimately ended down for the day by 0.11 percent.
Paypal’s largest acquisition, browser extension Honey, was acquired by the online payment processor in December for $4 billion. Honey offers coupons to users and suggests other ways to save on purchases. But, the startup is creating security concerns, and Amazon is speaking out. The e-commerce giant is...
Four Wall Street brokers in the past two months have now cut their ratings for Netflix, the latest being Needham and Co. The brokerage says that Netflix will now have to compete against newer streaming services and projects that Netflix could lose four million of its U.S....
Beginning next year in 2020, Google plans to offer checking accounts. If everything goes as planned, it will be a bold move for the tech giant, though Google has involved itself with credit cards and platform payments before. According to the Wall Street Journal,...
The T-Mobile and Sprint merger got the final green light from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) this past week. The $26 billion acquisition by T-Mobile has faced challenges by consumer advocacy groups and state attorneys. Several states have moved to block the merger. Should...