Analysis: Prolonged revenue and profit declines in Lenovo's PC segment weigh on the company's long-term ambitions. Plus there are continuing challenges in its data center and smartphone businesses nearly two years after the acquisition of IBM's x86 server group and Google's Motorola Mobility. The tech giant is promising a wave of new products, but right now there are many issues to be addressed.
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Analysis: Cisco this week announced plans to cut 5,500 jobs as the networking giant continues to pivot from its traditional networking hardware reliance to software and services. Those revenues have grown for 53 consecutive quarters. Technology Business Research analyst Elitsa Bakalova takes a look at what's happening.
Nicotrax is a year-old startup that's already raised funding and executed a pivot in strategy. Gearing up for a presentation at the CED Tech Venture conference, CEO Kyle Linton talks about what's happening with the new strategy and funding.
The Research Triangle Park Foundation is expanding the availability of office space - from startups to established businesses - at The Frontier building (and soon to be more) in RTP. Plus: Get a breakdown on space availability.
Analysis: Now, just as in 1960 and almost every election since, today's presidential contest focuses on the economy. One of the big economic issues is relatively slow growth. Which candidate offers the best plan? Each of us has about two months to decide which best fits reality! Here's an overview of both plans.
Greensboro rises to No. 3 from No. 8 and Winston-Salem cracks the top 10 in a new survey ranking cities for lowest startup costs.
Baby boomers and Generation Xers don't even come close to the collective embrace of technology by millennials, a new survey shows. While the older folks aren't exactly Luddites, millennials are more ready for a brave new world of apps, streaming, and the shared economy.
GlaxoSmithKline takes home the honor as the top business on Fortune's annual "Change the World" list. Two other tech/biotech companies with a big North Carolina presence also are recognized: Novozymes and IBM.
With a growth rate of more than 3600 percent over the past three years, education startup Youth Digital leads several Triangle firms that crack the latest Inc 5000 fastest growing private company list. Tergus Pharma, Windsor Circle and Smashing Boxes also are among the leaders. PLANIT Group, a Charlotte firm, ranks No. 1 in the state. Wilmington's nCino is 5th.
In a blog post announcing Uber's latest acquisition (Otto), a plan to utilize autonomous cars in Pittsburgh and a partnership with Volvo, Uber CEO Travis Kalanick makes his argument about the benefits of robotic vehicles. Working with Durham's TransLoc and GoTriangle fits his strategy.