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The bigger its ecosystem gets, the better the business gets.
A drubbing post-earnings makes it look extraordinarily cheap in at least one respect.
With talent and resources going into Teams, it's probably time to re-evaluate Skype's future.
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A closer look at the data helps explain how the personalized-clothing e-tailer is fitting investors for years of profits.
A growing product suite looks poised to serve customers that aren't yet big enough for Salesforce but still need full-featured software.
Hundreds of millions of dollars are on the line, but the key number is much, much smaller -- and more significant.
The company that builds custom systems for the titans of the internet knows more than almost anyone what's needed to grow and scale in a cloud-first world.
Giving developers the tools to make the edge of the web faster, more efficient, and more functional is good business.
Always present, rarely seen, and increasingly essential, the fast-growing tech company is slowly emerging as a cloud titan in its own right.
Alphabet's once-indispensable search appliance enters retirement as Elastic's software engine offers a better way.
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