Microsoft Corp.’s board authorized the buyback of an additional $40 billion of stock on top of an existing $40 billion repurchase program it will finish by year’s end, keeping up a strategy of returning money to shareholders as its cash pile grows.
Microsoft Corp.’s board authorized the buyback of an additional $40 billion of stock on top of an existing $40 billion repurchase program it will finish by year’s end, keeping up a strategy of returning money to shareholders as its cash pile grows....More
After gaining control of French network-equipment rival Alcatel-Lucent SA in January, Rajeev Suri put his team at Nokia Oyj on a tight schedule: in just 90 days they had to hash out which products to keep and which to jettison....More
The personal-computer maker has agreed to buy Samsung Electronics Co.’s printer business for $1.05 billion, betting that it can grab share and generate income, even in a shrinking global market....More
Wednesday was a big news day in enterprise tech. The Dell/EMC merger was finalized, HPE sold its non-core software businesses and Intel offloaded its majority stake in longtime security gambit McAfee. What are the implications for the channel?...More
TPG, the alternative-asset manager that oversees $70 billion, agreed to acquire a majority stake in Intel Corp.’s computer-security unit in a deal that values the business at $4.2 billion including debt....More
Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) announced on Wednesday that it’s offloading its non-core software assets to Micro Focus, a UK-based global software business, in a transaction valued at $8.8 billion....More
Hewlett-Packard has agreed to acquire Aruba Networks for an impressive $3 billion, in an effort to bolster its wireless portfolio and prep for the Internet of Things and other next-gen technologies. Do you think the acquisition will be a good deal for Aruba's partners?