Several mining-related players and one big name in tech end in the trenches of the stock market today.
Salesforce.com and HP recently partnered to create the new Superpod product, a service using Salesforce’s multi-tenant cloud on HP's converged infrastructure technology.
Advances in computer technology have enabled the creation of vast repositories of 'big data', and more importantly, powerful analytics tools to extract useful information from them for decision making. ...
TheStreet highlights 4 stocks pushing the technology sector higher today.
After a year of transition to its subscription-based model, Adobe Systems can finally start looking for future growth in its ongoing battle against Oracle, Salesforce, and other companies that have offered cloud-based software for recurring revenue.
The move confirms an ATD report from September.
Here is how Apple can use real-time analytics to improve its products, and how Salesforce.com may be the big winner from this deal.
Cramer shares six stocks to watch, and reveals them in under 60 seconds, including Celgene, Salesforce.com and Lululemon.
Phil Fernandez, Marketo president & CEO, explains how his cloud-based software business became one of the market's top IPOs this year and is poised to become the next big software company. I believe innovation ...
Cramer thinks Lockheed Martin and AthenaHealth go higher but is remaining cautious on Lululemon Athletica.
Salesforce.com CEO Marc Benioff has been named the top tech CEO of 2013, as judged by TheStreet's readers.
During five days in August 2011, Adobe Systems Inc.’s top executives sequestered themselves in an 18th-floor boardroom atop the software maker’s Silicon Valley headquarters to address an emerging threat: ...
After its latest quarter, Salesforce seems to think so.
Catch up on Jim Cramer's thinking over the past week on where to buy in 2014.
It's not easy to find bargains when U.S. stock prices have soared while revenue growth has slowed, especially since companies that are still growing quickly look expensive. One solution: Look for companies that can grow by shrinking—companies that can fetch higher stock prices by selling off underperforming assets and putting the cash to good use. Consider Dow Chemical, Royal Dutch Shell, General Electric and Time Warner. Weed out those whose revenue is up on acquisitions or rebounding from depressed levels, and what's left are true fast-growers with much higher prices, like Chipotle Mexican Grill (CMG) at 50 times earnings;