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A new Forrester survey compares it to Google and Microsoft.
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Maybe Sheryl Sandberg really is building a new feminist movement.
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IBM's CEO told Fortune what the future holds for the talking supercomputer.
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Its free messaging service is one of the struggling company's most valuable assets.
When Apple reported record iPhone 5 sales, the stock began a six-month free fall.
Total shares held fell 5.2%, but more funds increased than reduced their Apple holdings.
Google's mobile operating system may be getting a boost from -- of all places -- Blackberry.
In advance of Tuesday's Senate testimony, he gave interviews to Politico and the Washington Post -- but not, pointedly, to the New York Times.
Cars are one of the fastest-growing categories of connected devices -- and tech is cashing in.
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