The Invictus Games celebrates sporting excellence against the odds. An appropriate metaphor for some time yet for Sage Group as the shift to the cloud proceeds?
Some signs of progress at beleaguered supermarket chain Morrisons, but e-commerce still only accounts for 1% of total sales. Will Amazon ride to the rescue?
Workday rounded out FY2016 in strong form, beating estimates but the guidance is light and that demands some attention.
New CEO Douglas Merritt said that he was confident in Splunk’s long-term strategy and spoke said that the company had brought on over 600 new enterprise customers this year.
Walmart has turned in shockingly low sales, but its digital and e-commerce investment is paying off, insist senior execs.
Qlik disappointed but things are not quite as rough as they seem and in fact may be much better in 2016 than the company estimates.
Google beat market expectations but there are many questions it leaves unanswered. Including those on taxes.
Breaking up is hard to do if you're eBay, but PayPal's enjoying life as a singleton again.
SAP's forward guidance is encouraging but you have to look more closely at the constant currency numbers to note the positive impact of a strong US dollar.
IBM turns up a better than expected Q4 FY2015 but still can't keep investors happy. The internal business transformation continues but is relying more on acquisitions than improving its own processes.