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12:38 p.m. Dec. 1, 2020 - By Jon Swartz
HPE says it is relocating HQ to Houston from San JoseShares of Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co. were flat in after-hours trading Tuesday after the information-technology giant reported fiscal fourth-quarter results, and disclosed it is moving its corporate headquarters to Houston from San Jose, Calif. Non-GAAP profits were 37 cents a share, ahead of street consensus of 34 cents a share. Net earnings were $157 million, or 12 cents a share, compared with net earnings of $9 million, or a penny a share, a year ago. Revenue was flat at $7.21 billion a year ago. "We've returned to pre-pandemic revenue, which makes this a fantastic quarter," HPE Chief Financial Officer Tarek Robbiati told MarketWatch. He said the move to Texas would be gradual, with HPE maintaining a strategic hub in San Jose. Analysts surveyed by FactSet had expected earnings of 45 cents a share on revenue of $6.98 billion. HPE shares are down 29% this year. The broader S&P 500 index has improved 13% in 2020.
1:04 p.m. Oct. 15, 2020 - By Jon Swartz
HPE shares rise 4% on improved fiscal 2021 outlookShares of Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co. were up 4% initially Thursday after the company improved fiscal 2021 financial outlook. HPE estimates non-GAAP diluted net earnings per share outlook of $1.56 to $1.76, up 10% year-over-year at the mid-point when adjusted for stock-based compensation expense. The company projects FY21 GAAP diluted net earnings per share outlook of 34 cents to 54 cents, up 77 cents year-over-year at the mid-point. "While the global pandemic is unlike any crisis we have ever faced, it has served as a catalyst, making digital transformation a strategic imperative for enterprises," HPE Chief Executive Antonio Neri said in a statement. "Enterprises need to deliver secure connectivity, remote work solutions, data analytics capabilities and mobile-first, cloud-like experiences to their employees and customers. And they need to do it with speed and flexibility, preserving liquidity to navigate the macro economic uncertainty and adapt to the new world. This is a significant opportunity for Hewlett Packard Enterprise."
3:59 a.m. Aug. 26, 2020 - By Tim Rostan
Former Republican presidential hopeful Carly Fiorina is backing Biden but warns Democrats against a ‘deplorables’ redoCarly Fiorina has words of cautions for the Biden campaign, which she’s supporting, and its Democratic backers
11:32 a.m. Aug. 7, 2020 - By Brittany Anas
Here’s why college towns are among the most economically resilient places in the country These 5 college towns may have enough industry diversity to help them weather economic woesNot even university towns are pandemic-proof. Here are 5 college towns with enough industry diversity to make a rebound.
3:52 a.m. July 11, 2020 - By Andrea Riquier
The ‘work-from-home’ ETF is here. Get ready for some surprises. It’s hard to argue with the investing thesis, but are these the right stocks? Time will tell The fund’s holdings are a bit of a surprise, and one observer thinks it’s a winning proposition: darlings of the 2020 post-pandemic world and some standbys that look likely to make money in good times and bad.
8:23 a.m. June 30, 2020 - By Jon Swartz
Here are tech companies’ plans for increasing diversity amid protests over racial inequality Netflix, Google, Facebook and Microsoft among the big names promising money and targeting specific goals for increasing hiring of black tech workersSparked by social protests over systemic racism, the tech industry is laying out concrete plans to increase diversity within their workforces. Here are the plans that have been publicly announced by some of the biggest names in technology.
2:43 a.m. June 15, 2020 - By Jon Swartz
Some tech workers are slowly trickling back to the office nowSlowly, Americans are migrating back to a very different world — offices designed to accommodate social distancing, staggered schedules, temperature checks, daily deep cleanings, contact tracing and potential testing.
8:21 a.m. June 11, 2020 - By Michael Ashbaugh
Charting a bearish reversal, U.S. benchmarks venture (way) under key support Charting Fed-fueled cross currents: 10-year yield violates key support, Financials stall at 200-day average, Rate-sensitive sectors balk at key resistance, TNX, XLF, XLU, IYR, XLPU.S. stocks are firmly on the defensive early Thursday, pressured amid renewed virus concerns and as markets digest Wednesday’s firmly-dovish Federal Reserve policy language. Against this backdrop, the S&P 500 has plunged to retest major support (3,070) amid a downturn placing the 200-day moving average (3,013) swiftly within view.
7:56 a.m. June 10, 2020 - By Michael Ashbaugh
Market rotation persists, Nasdaq rattles cage on 10,000 mark Focus: China sustains break atop 200-day average, Apple takes flight to record territory, Microsoft challenging all-time highs, FXI, AAPL, MSFT, CVNA, HPEU.S. stocks are mixed early Wednesday, vacillating ahead of the Federal Reserve’s policy statement, due out this afternoon. Against this backdrop, the Nasdaq Composite has extended its June breakout — re-tagging the 10,000 mark early Wednesday — while the S&P 500 consolidates amid persistently rotational June price action.
2:51 a.m. May 18, 2020 - By Emily Bary
Alibaba, Walmart and Target are about to show retailers’ view of the pandemic Earnings Watch: Walmart and Target will show early effect of pandemic on U.S. retail, but don’t expect forecastsU.S. retail companies will be eagerly watching Alibaba Group Holding Ltd.’s Friday morning report, when the Chinese e-commerce giant will show what it was like to operate in the heart of the COVID-19 outbreak and emerge on the other side.
7:40 a.m. April 25, 2020 - By Jon Swartz
Companies reveal their plans for what work will look like when America returns to the office Across industries and regions of the U.S., companies are planning how to open up their offices again in a world changed by COVID-19MarketWatch spoke to companies across the country in different industries to gauge their back-to-work plans, and what they shared provides a glimpse into significantly different work and commerce environments.
2:23 a.m. April 20, 2020 - By Therese Poletti
We need tech more than ever, but that doesn’t mean we are willing to pay for it The tech industry in the age of COVID-19: People are online more than ever, but tech companies aren’t in line for an immediate financial windfallThe recent flip-flop in investor sentiment toward Zoom Video illustrates the double-edged sword that nearly every tech company faces during the coronavirus pandemic: while tech is needed now more than ever, there is also a downside scenario at nearly every tech company right now. The first quarter earnings season will be the first glimpse at that dichotomy.
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