The following is a compilation of press releases and articles that our team has influenced.
04 Jun 2019
IF THE IPOs of Uber Technologies (ticker: UBER) and Lyft (LYFT) were Uber or Lyft drivers … well, you know the drill: stopping in the...
26 May 2019
After Nvidia shares rallied Wednesday on the company's upbeat first-quarter results, the chip giant followed rival Intel's lead by painting a hazy picture of the...
21 May 2019
As if investors didn’t already have enough to contend with when it comes to the sky-high prices of tech IPOs! Now they’re increasingly dealing with...
13 May 2019
Uber’s (UBER) disappointing initial public offering on Friday may be good reason for other tech companies going public this year to be concerned. The ride-hailing...
12 May 2019
Intel's bumpy first quarter under new CEO Bob Swan has sparked a debate among analysts: Is the company's former CFO the right person to lead...
09 May 2019
Uber’s (UBER) initial public offering is one of the largest in recent U.S. history, marking a milestone for investors, who have weathered the ride-hailing company’s significant ups-and-downs.
08 May 2019
Intel CEO Bob Swan kicked off his first shareholder meeting as the chip giant's new boss with a display of humility after a downbeat earnings report that sparked doubts about the company's direction. "We let you down," Swan told investors at the company's headquarters in Santa Clara, California, on Wednesday. "And we let ourselves down."
30 Apr 2019
ISSQUARED Inc., a global provider of Information Technology (IT) security, hybrid cloud infrastructure, networking and software solutions, today announced the completion of its acquisition of Network Computing Architects, Inc. (NCA). This expands ISSQUARED’s reach with local offices in Washington, Oregon, Texas, and California, serving more than 1,000 enterprises and small to mid-sized businesses globally.
19 Apr 2019
Analysts say that IBM delivered a "mediocre" quarter, but now all eyes are on its forthcoming $34 billion acquisition of Red Hat and whether IBM's big bet will pay off. On Tuesday, IBM announced it generated $18.18 billion in revenue this past quarter, missing analysts' expectations of $18.51 billion. The following day, IBM's stock was down 4%.