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Private Equity Ponders Hewlett Packard Enterprise Buyout

After being formed from the split of Hewlett Packard into two companies last year, Hewlett Packard Enterprise faces slowing growth in its core businesses thanks to the rise of cloud computing. HPE ...

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Jessica explains why Yahoo can't be turned around, even within Verizon and under Tim Armstrong. Cory talks about why some media companies are disillusioned with live video on Facebook. Tom ...

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How to Profit from Political Correctness

Political correctness is all the rage, yet our technology is letting us down. A keyboard that checks the user’s typing for offensive terms could be a good business, particularly in the enterprises ...

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The Only Guy Making Money Off Free Software

Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst has a proven way of making money off free, open-source code—and he’s skeptical that some of Silicon Valley’s hot open-source startups can repeat Red Hat’s success.

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Subscribers to The Information gave mixed grades to the CEOs of Apple and Alphabet, reflecting uncertainty about prospects for the two companies, while showing much more positive sentiment towards ...

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