Seven Questions for Lance Crosby, CEO of SoftLayer, IBM’s New Cloud Company

Suddenly, Big Blue is kind of big in the cloud business.

Despite Tough Market, IBM Looking Solid Ahead of Q3 Results

Lots of complications.

HP’s Whitman Sees 2014 as a “Pivotal Year” in Turnaround Effort

Meg Whitman must convince Wall Street that the turnaround plan remains on track.

Dell Shareholders Approve $25 Billion Buyout to Go Private

The company will soon have only two shareholders: Michael Dell and Silver Lake.

Carl Icahn Ends Effort to Take Control of Dell

He says he cannot win.

HP Is Swimming Upstream as Turnaround Efforts Falter

A key admission that sales won’t grow next year raises big questions about the company’s prospects.

How the Battle for Dell May or May Not End Today

A proposed buyout may be approved by shareholders, or it may fail. Or something else might happen entirely.

BlackRock May Be Voting Against Dell Buyout Plan

Another big shareholder may have come out against the plan to take the company private.

Carl Icahn Urges Dell Shareholders to Take Buyout Gripes to Delaware Courts

It’s a no-brainer, he argues.