HP Says 2014 Will Be Good, Maybe Not Awesome, as Turnaround Is on Track

Earnings guidance hits the midpoint of what analysts expected.

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.

Amid PC Sales Slide, All Eyes on Intel’s Quarterly Results

Bad, worse or ….?

Ahead of Big Meeting With Analysts, Another “Sell” Rating Appears on HP Shares

With less than a week to go before a key update from HP management, one analyst loses confidence in HP’s turnaround prospects.

Bears Stalk HP Shares Ahead of Analyst’s Meeting

HP CEO Meg Whitman will give guidance for the coming year at a meeting with financial analysts next week. Many, but not all, are betting the company is in a state of permanent decline.

Trulia Set to Hang a “For Sale” Sign on Its Stock

Trulia’s shares could price as soon as tomorrow night and start trading Thursday morning.

HP, IBM Shares Fall With Dow on Weak Jobs Report

And it’s not just jobs. There’s Europe, too.

RIM May Not Survive, but Its Founders’ Nonprofit Side Projects Will

Like the BlackBerry? Too bad. Fancy theoretical physics or global governance? RIM’s founders have funded two nonprofits that are on far more solid ground.

Facebook Announces July 26 Q2 Earnings Call, Its First as a Public Company

What will Zuckerberg’s first earnings call be like?

A Dozen Questions for Oracle President Mark Hurd

Oracle’s president talks about keeping a close eye on operating expenses, investing in the future and cloud computing.

What Went Wrong With Oracle’s Quarter?