44.40 +0.13 (0.29%)
Pre-Market: 4:12AM EDT
|Bid||44.10 x 100|
|Ask||44.36 x 100|
|Day's Range||43.90 - 44.82|
|52 Week Range||30.36 - 46.16|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings Date||May 16, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1.32 (2.93%)|
|1y Target Est||48.62|
NEW YORK, March 16, 2018-- In an industry first, Verizon and Cisco are collaborating on accelerating adoption of Hybrid Information-Centric Networking, an emerging and innovative approach to content-aware ...
Logitech's (LOGI) new Logitech G560 PC Gaming Speaker and Logitech G513 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard bring a complete solution for gamers.
The first Silicon Valley tech unicorn to go public in 2018 is a security-software company that is watching what you do at work.
Investors looking for a multi-factor exchange traded fund that leans toward the quality factor can consider the FlexShares US Quality Large Cap Index Fund (NasdaqGM: QLC). QLC selects and weights companies ...
Cisco released its 2018 cybersecurity report and its Southeast Asia president said there was little reason for trade war concerns at the moment.
A number of analysts have been at the Optical Network and Communication Conference, or OFC as it’s known, in San Diego, California, kicking the tires. Among them, Goldman Sachs’s Doug Clark and Rod Hall came away with some favorable impressions of Cisco Systems (CSCO) and Ciena (CIEN). The analysts write that “investor attendance and interest was once again high, especially with industry consolidation top of mind following the announcement on March 12 of Lumentum’s (LITE) intent to acquire Oclaro (OCLR)." The authors met with Ciena’s CTO Steve Alexander and with CFO Jim Moylan and came away enthusiastic about the company’s standing in, for example, “400G” networking, the movement of 400 billion bits per second in fiber optic pipes: Ciena has been shipping 400G optical systems (leveraging its WaveLogic Ai chipset) for several quarters.
Here are some things going on today in your world of tech: Square as Amazon? Shares of payments pioneer Square (SQ) are up $2.65, or 5%, at $54.48, after Instinet’s Dan Dolev this morning reiterated a Buy rating on the stock, and a $64 price target, writing that a first-ever survey of merchants using the technology suggests to him that "Like Amazon (AMZN) in its early days, we believe that little of SQ’s future revenue streams are currently visible." He thinks that “success internationally and the scaling of new services (e.g. The company expressed disappointment, and said it will hold a special meeting of its shareholders on March 23rd, as previously planned, and it will “continue to move forward with its redomiciliation process.” Qualcomm shares are down $1.21, or 2%, at $58.49 The IoX cometh Speaking of semis, Srini Pajjuri of Macquarie this morning reviews research by his colleague Allen Chang on the Internet of Things that bodes well for chip makers.
WASHINGTON/BEIJING (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump is seeking to impose tariffs on up to $60 billion (43 billion pounds) of Chinese imports and will target the technology and telecommunications sectors, two people who had discussed the issue with the Trump administration said on Tuesday. While the tariffs would be chiefly targeted at information technology, consumer electronics and telecoms, they could be much broader and the list could eventually run to 100 products, this person said.
WASHINGTON/BEIJING, March 13 (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump is seeking to impose tariffs on up to $60 billion of Chinese imports and will target the technology and telecommunications sectors, two people who had discussed the issue with the Trump administration said on Tuesday. While the tariffs would be chiefly targeted at information technology, consumer electronics and telecoms, they could be much broader and the list could eventually run to 100 products, this person said.
NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / March 13, 2018 / U.S. markets were mixed Mondays as concerns over a potential trade war overshadowed Friday's jobs data. The Dow Jones Industrial Average declined 0.62 percent ...
Cambridge-based Ava Robotics has been quiet since it spun out of Bedford-based iRobot Corp. in late 2016, but now the startup is rolling its new telepresence robot out of the shadows. The startup on Tuesday announced the availability of a new generation of autonomous mobile robots meant to support video collaboration and remote work. Back when it lived under the iRobot (IRBT) umbrella, the Ava robot was intended for use in hospitals, but in its new incarnation the robot is meant for businesses of all kinds.
Yahoo Finance's Jared Blikre joins Seana Smith from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange to discuss the latest market moves.