Monthly Archives: March 2017

Apple Shares Shine, Rising 24% in Quarter


Apple Inc. shares sported their best quarterly performance in five years, up 24% in the first three months of 2017, showing how some once-lagging trades have come back with force.

Cloudera Files for IPO


Big-data software company Cloudera Inc. filed paperwork to go public on Friday, revealing a business that is growing quickly but possibly not fast enough to deliver gains to its big investor Intel Corp.

Snapchat Launches New Search Tool in Quest for More Engagement


Snapchat on Friday launched a search tool for its popular Stories feature, an attempt to broaden the app’s appeal by opening up content to more users.

BlackBerry Looks to Wide Range of Technology Options for Growth


As BlackBerry Ltd. continues its turnaround to a full-fledged software company, it is looking to put its stamp on a wide range of technology options for its next stage of growth.

Apple’s iPad Problem: The Old Ones Are Just Fine


Apple just released a new iPad to little fanfare. It’s not that it’s bad—it’s just there’s nothing wrong with your old one. And that underscores how the iPad has descended from one of Apple’s most-hyped products to one of its slowest to evolve.

Foxconn Posts First-Ever Annual Sales Decline as iPhone Sales Lag


Apple supplier Foxconn Technology Group experienced its first-ever annual revenue decline last year, hurt by a drop in iPhone sales.

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