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At a moment in history when billion-dollar companies are made from a clean sheet of paper and digital is eating everyone’s business model, you’d expect technologists to be in hot demand as non-executive directors on company boards. According to Gartner research of publicly available information, just nine out of 1,086 (0.8%) board members on FTSE100 boards have a CIO, CTO or technologist background. In contrast, 50% of the total is CEO experience, while CFO, accounting and banking experience make up the other almost 50%. According to Lorenzo Larini, Gartner’s Group Vice President of North America Consulting, these ratios are indicative of a similar situation at DJIA and S&P 500 boards, and broadly the same among quoted-company boards worldwide.
There seems be no respite for the weakness in the personal computer market, as worldwide shipments continued to fall year-over-year for the 14th straight quarter in the first quarter of 2018, according ...
Data compiled by independent research firms - Gartner Inc. (IT) and International Data Corporation ("IDC") - shows mixed results for PC shipments in first-quarter 2018.
Research firms Gartner and IDC just released their personal computer data for Q1, and the results were sales that were either flat with, or down slightly, from a year earlier, depending on whom you believe. HP (HPQ) was still in first place, while Apple (AAPL) recorded minimal sales growth but stayed in fourth place, with a 6.9% share. Gartner says PCs dropped by 1.4%, year over year.
Worldwide PC shipments fell for the 14th consecutive quarter, Gartner said on Wednesday, on lower demand in China and the US and delayed orders ahead of the release of new models. Global shipments of personal ...
The company is moving into space vacated by Gartner in the Waterview building as demand for its services fuels its growth across industry sectors including federal and tech.
Spending on technology has entered a "new cycle of IT growth" that means record revenue and continued success for some of the industry's biggest names. IT spending will swell 6.2% to $3.7 trillion this year -- its best showing since 2007, according to a report today from market researcher Gartner. The growth spurt reflects a robust global economy, a dollar that will trend stronger the next two years and the power of cloud computing, John-David Lovelock, research vice president at Gartner, tells Barron's. Enterprise software should enjoy the highest growth at 11.1%, to $391 billion, in 2018.
Gartner’s stock has had a relatively mixed performance over the past year, on account of lackluster earnings and its efforts to double down on inorganic growth via multiple acquisitions. In this note, we take a look at a scenario which could see the company’s stock price rise by about 25%
Gartner Inc’s (NYSE:IT) most recent earnings announcement in December 2017 signalled that the company endured a significant headwind with earnings declining by -98.31%. Below, I’ve laid out key numbers onRead More...
Gartner is a research and advisory company that primarily focuses on the information technology space. Although the company’s revenue stream is largely levered to global IT spending, which is on the rise, its stock has had a mixed performance over the last year
When Gartner publishes market research, people pay attention. Take for example the last pieces the firm released over the last two weeks: Magic Quadrant for Data Science and Machine-Learning Platforms and the Magic Quadrant for Analytics and Business Intelligence Platforms.
CEO of Gartner Inc (NYSE:IT) Eugene A Hall sold 49,687 shares of IT on 02/23/2018 at an average price of $116.39 a share.
Global smartphone sales have not been firing on all cylinders for several years now but Gartner's latest figures record the first ever decline since the analyst began tracking the market all the way back in 2004.
Some Foolish thoughts bear repeating, and there’s plenty to be gleaned from this unusual psychological experiment.
Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Tuesday: Skyworks Solutions Inc., up $9.88 to $104.56 The chipmaker announced a larger quarterly profit than Wall Street expected. S&P Global Inc., up ...
Gartner said the agreement follows a previously announced process to evaluate strategic alternatives for the employee-management business, which was acquired by the Stamford, Conn., company in 2017.
Driven by top-line growth and favorable impact from the Tax Act, Gartner (IT) reported year-over-year increase in adjusted earnings, although it missed the Zacks Consensus Estimate.