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[$$] SoftBank Chief's Trump Meeting Fuels Hopes of Megadeal - at The Wall Street Journal Online - 2 hours, 34 minutes ago
Shares of Japanese telecom giant SoftBank rose 6.2% after CEO Masayoshi Son met Donald Trump, reviving hopes for a megadeal in the U.S.
The TAG Heuer Connected Smartwatch Needs to Reboot - at Barrons.com - Sat 12:56 am ET
TAG Heuer’s first foray into smartwatches is showing its age less than a year after it debuted. The look of the $1,500 TAG Heuer Connected watch is pretty cool, with a solid-feeling titanium case and a rugged rubber strap that have that masculine feel a TAG fan would love. The watch faces generated by the device’s software, which show up on its round display screen when you raise your wrist, are downright handsome.
[$$] Network Security, Cisco's Secret Weapon, Is Growing Fast - at Barrons.com - Sat 12:01 am ET
When companies run aground in their businesses, they seek to get Wall Street to use new metrics to judge their success, and their stock price. Such is the case for Cisco Systems (CSCO), the networking-equipment giant whose shares have merely tracked the Standard & Poor’s 500 index this year, and have been a disaster the past decade, rising 11% since 2006, compared with a 59% return for the index. Cisco now wants to be seen as a star in security, where it has sizable revenue, and where sales growth towers over the rest of the company’s sales gains.
[$$] Cisco Wins Another Patent Ruling Against Arista - at The Wall Street Journal Online - Fri 8:45 pm ET
Cisco Systems Inc. has persuaded an International Trade Commission judge that Arista Networks Inc. infringed two Cisco patents, the latest development in a high-profile legal tussle between the two Silicon ...
Google Said to Reach Agreement With Cuba for Expanded Service - Bloomberg - Fri 8:39 pm ET
Google is planning to expand its services in Cuba through a deal with the island’s government, according to a person familiar with the matter. The Associated Press earlier reported the deal with the Cuban ...
Sources: Google to give Cubans faster access to content - AP - Fri 8:05 pm ET
Google and the Cuban government have struck a deal giving Cubans faster access to the internet giant's content, two people familiar with the agreement said Friday. Eric Schmidt, chairman of Google's parent ...
Facebook Investors Sue Over Alleged Conflict of Interest - at Bloomberg - Fri 7:22 pm ET
Techonomy Media CEO David Kirkpatrick and Bloomberg’s Brad Stone discuss a lawsuit in which Facebook shareholders say venture capitalist Marc Andreessen was advising Facebook's CEO Mark Zuckerberg when ...
UPDATE 2-U.S. trade judge rules Arista infringes more Cisco network patents - Reuters - Fri 7:01 pm ET
Arista Networks Inc used rival Cisco Systems Inc's network device technology in its ethernet switches without permission, a U.S. trade judge ruled on Friday, handing Cisco yet another win in a sprawling legal battle over patents between the two companies. The judge, MaryJoan McNamara of the U.S. International Trade Commission in Washington, said that Arista had infringed two patents owned by Cisco. The ruling, which must be reviewed by the full commission over the next few months, could lead to an order banning the import of Arista's products into the United States.
UPDATE 1-U.S. trade judge rules Arista infringes more Cisco network patents - Reuters - Fri 6:57 pm ET
Arista Networks Inc used rival Cisco Systems' network device technology in its ethernet switches without permission, a U.S. trade judge ruled on Friday, handing Cisco yet another win in a sprawling legal battle over patents between the two companies. The judge, MaryJoan McNamara of the U.S. International Trade Commission in Washington, said that Arista had infringed two patents owned by Cisco.
Android Circuit: Controversial Galaxy S8 Leak, Pixel Vs Pixel XL, Samsung's Arrogance Over Note 7 - at Forbes.com - Fri 6:54 pm ET
This week’s Android Circuit includes the latest leaks on the Samsung Galaxy S8, a comparison of the two Pixel smartphones, Samsung's latest Note 7 solution, details on Android's latest update, the latest market share numbers, a review of the OnePlus 3t, and Google Play's move to 4K media downloads.
Oracle Competitor Amazon Empowers AWS for Ongoing AI Wave - - Fri 6:35 pm ET
Oracle (ORCL) has become a competitive player in the billion-dollar cloud space, where Amazon.com (AMZN), with its market share of 30%, still dominates.
What Happens To My Stock When The Company Gets Acquired? - - Fri 6:32 pm ET
The merger and acquisition (M&A) market has really heated up on Wall Street in recent years. If you’ve never owned stock in a company that has been acquired, you may not be familiar with the process . ...
Arista Favored in ITC Initial Determination on Four out of Six Patents - Business Wire - Fri 6:30 pm ET
Arista Networks today announced that Administrative Law Judge McNamara has issued an Initial Determination in International Trade Commission Investigation No.
?Blizzard Entertainment forms book-publishing label - at bizjournals.com - Fri 6:10 pm ET
Blizzard Entertainment Inc. has established a book-publishing label, Blizzard Publishing, that will develop and release new Blizzard publications and reissue out-of-print titles in the company’s Warcraft, StarCraft and Diablo franchises. Irvine, California-based Blizzard said the first releases under the Blizzard Publishing label, which will distributed by Publishers Group West, include a World of Warcraft adult coloring book and two sets of popular out-of-print Warcraft novels and manga. In addition, several of Blizzard Publishing’s upcoming releases will be available in multiple formats, such as print, audiobook and e-book.
Cornerstone OnDemand Said to Mull Sale Under Activist Pressure - at Bloomberg - Fri 5:35 pm ET
Cornerstone OnDemand Inc. has received approaches from potential buyers as shareholders including Praesidium Investment Management push the company to run a formal process, people with knowledge of the ...
U.S. trade judge rules Arista infringes more Cisco network patents - Reuters - Fri 5:23 pm ET
Arista Networks Inc used rival Cisco Systems' network device technology in its ethernet switches without permission, a U.S. trade judge ruled on Friday, handing Cisco yet another win in a sprawling legal ...
U.S. Share Buyback Authorizations Sizzle in November - at The Wall Street Journal Online - Fri 5:14 pm ET
Companies haven’t been put off by the dizzying rise in U.S. stock prices since the Nov. 8 elections, with boards last month authorizing a sharp increase in share buybacks.
AMD Named UBM Company of the Year - Marketwire - Fri 5:02 pm ET
AMD was named 2016 UBM Tech ACE Award Company of the Year by EE Times and EDN. The awards honor the people and companies behind the technologies and products that are changing the world of electronics. ...
The Biggest Loser: Skyworks Slumps 3.3% - at Barrons.com - Fri 5:02 pm ET
It should have been a decent day for Skyworks Solutions (SWKS) after Broadcom (AVGO) reported better-than-expected earnings. Instead, it slumped to the bottom of the S&P 500 today. Skyworks Solutions dropped ...
This is the new reality for cyber security: Accept that hackers will get in - at MarketWatch - Fri 4:59 pm ET
The problem is that it now it takes companies an average of five months to find an active attacker.

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