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Why Microsoft is playing nice with Apple and Google
IBM shares jump, Ford recalls 1.3M trucks, eBay earnings out after the bell and GBH Insights says Apple Watch Series 3 could be a ‘game changer’
A lot is happening with online payment services. JPMorgan is buying payment startup WePay. Meanwhile, Venmo is making crucial upgrades to ensure that paying for items will be easier. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Chrsitoforous, Ethan Wolff-Mann and Jen Rogers break down these crucial moves.
While Apple has had its share of enterprise partners in recent years including IBM, Cisco and SAP, today's announcement that it will be working directly with GE feels a bit different with the two companies more closely intertwined than in previous deals. Apple and GE have committed to build a set of development tools and to develop apps together using Apple's design sensibility and deep understanding of iOS, but the deal doesn't stop there. Apple's sales team will also push the GE Predix platform with its industrial customers when it makes sense, and GE has committed to standardizing on the iPhone and iPad for its 330,000 employees, while offering the Mac as a computer choice.
Let me admit my bias right up front: I’m a nut about my Fitbit (FIT). My little Fitbit Alta does an incredible job of turning invisible aspects of my health—sleep cycles, heart rate, activity levels, and so on—into motivating graphs and coaching.
There are a lot of questions regarding the housing market when it comes to natural disasters, inventory and President Trump’s tax reform plan. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Chrsitoforous sits down with CEO and President of Taylor Morrison Sheryl Palmer to figure out what investors can expect.
We have known for some time that the number of signals coming from your IT systems surpassed the ability for humans to keep track of them years ago.
Apple Inc supplier Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd on Thursday said net profit fell 7.1 percent in the three months through September, slightly better than analyst estimates. The world's largest contract chipmaker booked third-quarter profit of T$89.925 billion ($2.98 billion), from T$96.76 billion in the same period a year earlier. The result compared with the T$88.19 billion average of 21 analyst estimates, Thomson Reuters Eikon showed.
SAP (SAPG.DE), Europe's most valuable technology company, reported that third-quarter revenue growth slowed after a strong first half and profits came up just short of analysts' expectations. Core profit excluding special items rose by 4 percent to 1.64 billion euros ($1.94 billion) at constant currency rates, SAP said, below the 1.69 billion euros expected by analysts in a Reuters poll. Revenue for the German business planning software provider grew 8 percent to 5.59 billion euros from a year earlier, falling short of the mean forecast of 5.71 billion euros from 16 analysts surveyed by Reuters.
The London-listed consumer group is doing what activist Nelson Peltz wants Procter & Gamble to do—but M&A may be an ulterior motive.