(Recasts story to indicate that EMC plans to keep stake in VMware )
0.5% ) reported interest in selling its stake in VMware ( VMW -0.6% ). UBS analyst Steve Milunovich, who has a ..... it's possible the board is worried about the EMC/ VMW federation if he departs. However, Wells Fargo says
BOSTON, Sept 11 (Reuters) - EMC Corp is not considering selling its stake in VMware Inc, a source familiar with EMC's thinking told Reuters on Thursday.
(Reuters) - Data storage products maker EMC Corp has decided to explore selling its stake in its software unit, VMware Inc, giving into pressure from Paul Singer-run activist hedge fund Elliott Management Corp, the New York Post reported
report that it is exploring a sale of its stake in VMware (NYSE: VMW ). Paul Singer’s Elliott Management, which has ..... cloud-based applications to exit its 80% stake in VMW . EMC bought VMW for $600M in 2004; VMW 's current market cap is
Sept 11 (Reuters) - Data storage products maker EMC Corp has decided to consider selling its stake in its virtualization software unit, VMware Inc, New York Post reported, citing sources familiar...
hardline stance on their FlexPod reference architecture when they announced in June that they will not support VMware 's (NYSE: VMW ) SDN technology, NSX. Cisco and NetApp presumably did this so as to give Cisco's SDN technology, ACI, top
VMware ( VMW -2.8% ) investors haven't taken kindly ..... cloud will be a persistent headwind" to VMware 's core vSphere server virtualization sales ..... VMworld announcements continue. Today, VMware has: 1) Unveiled the Workspace Suite
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