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Salesforce forecasts current-quarter profit below estimates

Aug 29 2018

Salesforce.com Inc forecast current-quarter profit below analysts' estimates on Wednesday, as the cloud-software maker invests heavily to boost sales and fend off rising competition.

WeWork's Flatiron School acquires Chicago design school Designation

Aug 28 2018

SAN FRANCISCO WeWork's Flatiron School, the coding boot camp purchased last year by the $40 billion co-working startup, has acquired Designation, a Chicago-based, for-profit design education school, the company told Reuters on Tuesday.

VMware to acquire startup CloudHealth in push to grow cloud offerings

Aug 27 2018

SAN FRANCISCO VMware Inc will acquire CloudHealth Technologies as part of the information technology company's continued push into cloud-based software services, the company announced on Monday.

Inside Tesla's troubled New York solar factory

Aug 08 2018

SAN FRANCISCO/LOS ANGELES Tesla Inc’s production of solar roof tiles has been delayed by assembly-line problems at its new publicly subsidized factory and difficulties producing a product that satisfies the aesthetic demands of CEO Elon Musk, eight former and current employees of both companies told Reuters.

Microsoft beats Wall Street targets on cloud services revenue

Jul 19 2018

Microsoft Corp on Thursday posted quarterly profit and revenue that beat analysts' estimates, as more businesses signed up for its Azure cloud computing services and Office 365 productivity suite.

Leading U.S. coding boot camps Galvanize, Hack Reactor to merge

Jul 19 2018

SAN FRANCISCO Denver-based computer coding training school Galvanize is to acquire competitor Hack Reactor in a deal that brings together two of the largest privately held coding boot camps, the two companies told Reuters.

RPT-Microsoft's focus on cloud, partnerships paying off

Jul 19 2018

SAN FRANCISCO, July 18 In the elevator industry, breakdowns are bad for business.

Microsoft's focus on cloud, partnerships paying off

Jul 18 2018

SAN FRANCISCO In the elevator industry, breakdowns are bad for business.

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