VMware ( VMW , EMC ) CFO Jonathan Chadwick will now also be the company's COO. His new position makes him "responsible for operational excellence
By James Bjorkman : Brocade Represents a Good Opportunity Brocade Communications Systems Inc (NASDAQ: BRCD ) reports its earnings after the close on 21 August 2014. The company's fiscal year ends in October, so this is the third quarter report. Let's take a look at how the company's financials ...
By John Vincent : This article is part of a series that provides an ongoing analysis of the changes made to David Einhorn's Greenlight Capital US long stock portfolio on a quarterly basis. It is based on Einhorn's regulatory 13F Form filed on 08/14/2014. Please visit our Tracking David Einhorn's ...
By SA Editor Miriam Metzinger : Stocks discussed on the Lightning Round segment of Jim Cramer's Mad Money Program, Thursday August 14. Bullish Calls: ConocoPhillips (NYSE: COP ): "I think you wait until it goes to 4% and you buy more. Don't sell." Washington Prime (NYSE: WPG ): "I think you should
as it squares off against purpose-built flash hardware from EMC , IBM, and a slew of startups. Ahead of the launch, shipments ..... focus, commodity infrastructures, and competitive pressure from EMC in mid-range and nimble startups." NetApp's branded revenue
revenue growth for the foreseeable future. EMC has become more aggressive attacking the ..... cope with data storage growth. NetApp and EMC will continue to consolidate the data storage ..... experience, including lengthy stays at EMC and Engenio. CFO Nicholas Noviello was
Johnson & Johnson (0% holding of PWV, as of June 30, 2014) reported a $5 billion share buyback program. On July 23, EMC (0% holding of PWV, as of June 30, 2014) said it expected to buy back $3 billion in stocks in 2014, up from a prior projection
virtualization are expected to be the next industry game-changers, and major players such as Microsoft, Oracle, IBM, and EMC will have to develop new products that likely will cannibalize their legacy businesses.A pullback in IT spending could weigh
By Syncopy Research : EMC (NYSE: EMC ) is once again on the spotlight, but this time not for the usual reasons such as new products launches or earnings calls . EMC is eliciting lots of water-cooler talk this time round because
stock. Historically, about 70% of these big leaders tend to be in the graveyard, never to be heard from again-think Cisco, EMC , JDS Uniphase and the like from the late-1990s bubble. But the unusual thing is that, since the mid-2000s, we've seen