NEW YORK, March 14 (Reuters) - Cisco Systems Inc is investigating potential violations of U.S. bribery laws by the company and its resellers in Russia, Eastern Europe and Central
Cisco Systems ( CSCO ) says it has started a bribery related ..... Commission and the Department of Justice. CSCO disclosed the probes in a Feb. 20 SEC ..... U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. CSCO does not believe the results will have
more commoditylike. However, many enterprise players have been reshaping their businesses as well, whether by Cisco Systems CSCO acquiring a network security vendor, HP tightening up its operations and improving its balance sheet, or EMC recently
more commodity-like. However, many enterprise players have been reshaping their businesses as well, whether by Cisco Systems CSCO acquiring a network security vendor, HP tightening up its operations and improving its balance sheet, and EMC recently
Wall Street Breakfast Editors submit: Top Economic News China has released more data indicating that its economy is slowing , with industrial production growth easing to 8.6% on year in January and February from 9.7% previously and missing consensus of 9.5%. Retail sales softened to +11.8% from ...
Apple ( AAPL ) Microsoft ( MSFT ), Google ( GOOG ) and Cisco Systems ( CSCO ) hold a combined $124B in U.S. Treasurys and a further $39B in other government debt, the U.K.'s Bureau of Investigative
By Ayush Singh : Juniper Networks ( JNPR ) has started 2014 impressively as shares have already gained in the mid-teens. The network equipment and service provider has been gaining pace as telecom and data center spending has picked up. Going forward, investors can expect Juniper to continue rising
Networking equipment behemoth Cisco Systems ( CSCO ) has run into troubled times of late. Cisco had reduced its long ..... further sparked fears among Cisco investors that the company ..... create new opportunities. Cisco ' s cloud networking platform
By Bill Maurer : This time last year, Apple ( AAPL ) was not a favored investment. Shares were about $100 below where they are now, and investors were wondering what new products would be coming to market. Just before the April earnings report, Apple shares bottomed at $385.10. While Apple did ...
is offering a dividend yield of 1.09%. Glancing at other competitors it becomes evident that tech giants like Cisco Systems ( CSCO ), Microsoft ( MSFT ) and others in the industry are paying a more enviable Complete Story »