After better-than-expected fiscal second-quarter results, the company's stock price dropped by more than 10%, but its valuation remains high.
The company posted strong fourth-quarter results, and guidance exceeded analysts' expectations, but it faces strengthening competition.
Both telecommunication providers pay a generous dividend despite their risky transformations and significant debt loads.
Management expects revenue from the company's cloud business to decline in 2020.
FireEye's stock price spiked on rumors of a buyout offer from Cisco.
Amid short-term challenges, the tech giant's dividend yield is again crossing the symbolic 3% mark.
Important new partnerships will materialize over the next few quarters.
The cybersecurity company posted strong fourth-quarter results, and management confirmed its medium-term outlook.
The cybersecurity company released mixed fourth-quarter results.
Management reduced this software company's fiscal 2020 free cash flow expectations in a significant way.
The cybersecurity vendor posted weak fourth-quarter revenue growth, and guidance indicates this trend will continue in 2020.
Significant uncertainties threaten AT&T's dividend over the medium term unless you can access this preferred alternative.
The deployment represents a strong tailwind for the tech vendor struggling with structural challenges.
The tech vendor spent approximately $1 billion to acquire Shape Security and enhance its application cybersecurity portfolio.
The network vendor stopped its streak of declining revenue, but significant challenges remain in 2020 and beyond.
Management forecasted weak revenue growth and declining operating margin in 2020, but the long term looks brighter.
The tech giant posted better-than-expected results and encouraging guidance, but management will focus on reducing the debt load.
Both tech giants pay a solid dividend while ramping up their cloud businesses. But which stock represents the best opportunity?
Given its modest revenue base in expanding markets, the search company still has plenty of room to grow. But its stock price may follow a different trajectory.
It's a choice between the dominant legacy network vendor Cisco and its fast-growing challenger Arista Networks.