Monthly Archives: August 2016

Falling for a Phony Dating-Service Suitor


An 84-year-old woman was convinced a man she met on was really a widowed antiques dealer in London looking to start a new chapter with her.

Bidding War for Medivation Is Good News for Biotech


Pfizer had stiff competition in the chase for Medivation, which bodes well for biotech.

Finding Safer Ground at Palo Alto Networks


A rich multiple has made cybersecurity star Palo Alto Networks a dangerous play, but its shifting revenue mix is a good sign.

AMD, Globalfoundries Change Terms of Business Agreement


Advanced Micro Devices Inc. and Globalfoundries, the company that manufactures most of its computer chips, have updated their relationship, continuing AMD’s ability to make chips elsewhere.

Salesforce Revenue Rises but Outlook Disappoints


Salesforce said its revenue rose 25% in the latest quarter, but its shares fell on the company’s lackluster guidance for the current quarter.

China Grants Clearance for Dell-EMC Merger


Dell said it received regulatory clearance from China and intends to complete its merger with EMC on Sept. 7. The $60 billion deal will be the largest technology merger ever.

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