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  • NoSQL database vendor MongoDb raises $150M in new funding round

    In a sign of the growing enterprise interest in new technologies for big data applications, NoSQL database vendor MongoDB has raised $150 million in a fresh round of funding from several major firms including Salesforce.com, Intel Capital and Sequoia Capital.

    Written by Jaikumar Vijayan07 Oct. 13 10:04
  • Goldman Sachs hit by trading software glitch

    A computer system glitch caused a wave of orders for be erroneously made by Goldman Sachs on Tuesday, potentially losing the investment banking firm hundreds of millions of dollars.

    Written by Matthew Finnegan22 Aug. 13 07:14
  • Analyst says Apple could hit $1,200 a share

    Last week two analysts predicted that Apple's shares could hit $1,001. Now an analyst has raised that figure to $1,200 based on sales of iPhones and iPads. However, where the other analysts specified that the $1,001 mark would be broken within 12 months, O'Gorman hasn't specified a time frame.

    Written by Karen Haslam24 April 12 11:18
  • iSelect makes off-market offer for Infochoice

    Insurance comparison website operator iSelect has altered its approach in its bid to acquire listed rival Infochoice (ASX:ICH)

    Written by Dylan Bushell-Embling19 Aug. 11 18:49
  • Fear not. Facebook isn't shutting down

    No need to worry that Facebook will shut down on March 15, as reported by the supermarket tabloid Weekly World News.

    Written by Sharon Gaudin11 Jan. 11 08:47
  • Fear not. Facebook isn't shutting down

    No need to worry that Facebook will shut down on March 15, as reported by the supermarket tabloid Weekly World News.

    Written by Sharon Gaudin11 Jan. 11 08:36
  • Microsoft's Ballmer kills call for break-up

    Microsoft's CEO Steve Ballmer yesterday dismissed a call that he should do what the federal government failed to do more than 10 years ago: break up the company.

    Written by Gregg Keizer18 Nov. 10 07:06
  • Should Microsoft be carved up?

    A recent Goldman Sachs report that downgraded Microsoft stock from Buy to Neutral also made this startling suggestion: Microsoft should be carved up, with its consumer division severed from its enterprise business.

    Written by Preston Gralla26 Oct. 10 00:51
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