• Business Wire

    noHold and Cisco collaborate on Virtual Assistant, SARA, Services Automated Resolution Agent. As traditional Virtual Assistants (VAs) and Virtual Customer Assistants (VCAs) aim to answer basic questions and perform simple tasks, SARA will revolutionize the interaction by integrating with sophisticated back office systems and deeper understanding of complex problem resolution. Cisco has a vision, which

  • Business Wire

    Cisco and Box today announced an alliance that includes product integrations to enhance content collaboration for Project Squared, Cisco’s new business collaboration app that redefines how teams get work done. Together, Cisco and Box are making it easier and faster for teams to communicate and collaborate, accelerating productivity for global businesses. This integration also benefits

  • Business Wire

    Cisco and Sensity Systems, the pioneer of Light Sensory Networks (LSN), today announced that the two companies have entered into a strategic relationship that utilizes Sensity’s NetSense platform as a foundation for Cisco’s City Infrastructure Management (CIM) software. As part of the agreement, Cisco joins Sensity’s NetSense Partner Program to create a joint solution that

  • David Becker

    An encouraging sign for the stock was this week’s improvement in the Nasdaq market. The Nasdaq was the market leader during most of 2013, and to see stock move back into leadership position is a good sign. The daily bars show the Nasdaq Composite Index ended the week above its mid-May peak and its 50-day

  • Constantinos Philippides

    Like to root for the underdog? One Forbes contributor has an unlikely recommendation instead of Facebook Inc (FB). Right now Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) is all the rage on Wall Street, rising more than 3% today. Meanwhile, Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) , is now down less than 1%. The two companies have similar market capitalization of around $22

  • Business » Cisco Plummets on Top Line Losses
    November 15, 2013, 08:35 GMT

    Shares of Cisco (NASDAQ:CSCO) were sent straight to the downside on Thursday morning following the company’s second quarter report. The company reported a steep drop in revenues and consequently a number of prominent brokerage firms and investment bankers flipped sides on the name. Cisco posted fiscal first-quarter earnings, excluding items, of 53 cents per share,

  • Stocks in the US were mixed at the open with the Nasdaq the only major index in the red. Weaker than expected earnings from technology benchmark Cisco (NASDAQ:CSCO) dragged on the broader index. Most investors were focused on Thursday’s Fed Chair hearings and the question and answer session facing Janet Yellen. Stocks moved higher into

  • Stock market » US stocks fluctuate ahead of GDP
    November 6, 2013, 07:41 GMT

    Stocks on the American exchanges fluctuated before closing to the down side, as market participants look ahead to high profile data releases later in the week. Government economists will release official GDP estimates Thursday, followed by nonfarm payrolls Friday. Gross domestic product and employment are the most closely followed growth indicators. GDP—the value of all

  • US stocks ended their worst losing streak in nine months after jobless benefits unexpectedly dropped last week, overshadowing a budget stalemate that could result in a government shutdown next month. Fewer Americans are filing for jobless benefits these days, according to a weekly report from the Labor Department. Unemployment claims fell 5,000 last week, sending

  • The US stock market took another hit Thursday, declining at its fastest rate in two months. The benchmark gauges were all dragged down following weak earnings from Cisco Systems (NASDAQ:CSCO) and Wal-Mart Stores Inc (NYSE:WMT) . Exacerbating the fall were reports on consumer inflation and last week’s jobless claims, which only served to fuel expectations for

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