Therese Poletti, Moneyish

Therese Poletti

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San Francisco, CA, United States

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HP, Dell results buoyed again by work-from-home trend, but are they sustainable?

Both Hewlett-Packard Inc. and Dell Technologies Inc. both reported strong results, as the working from home trend in the pandemic continued to boost the... → Read More

Apple, Amazon, Facebook and Google all produce record sales amid Big Tech backlash

In a repeat from last quarter, tech's Big Four reported record revenue amid further regulatory scrutiny, a congressional grilling and the coronavirus... → Read More

AMD smells Intel's blood in the water, and strikes with Xilinx deal

Advanced Micro Devices Inc. smells blood in the water from the troubles at rival Intel Corp., and it struck Tuesday with a hefty deal to buy fellow chip... → Read More

Google investors: Unsure about what to do amid antitrust charges? Well, better get used to it

Alphabet Inc. investors have been through government investigations before and not suffered too much damage, but now they are entering a new realm and the... → Read More

The TikTok geopolitical soap opera is a confusing mess — even by Trump standards

The global soap opera involving the President of the United States, a popular video-sharing app created in China called TikTok, two seemingly mismatched U.S.... → Read More

IPO like it’s 1999: Market hitting dot-com-boom levels as Snowflake and other cloud-software stocks keep popping

As the importance of cloud software has grown in the global pandemic, cloud-software companies have become the most stark example of initial public offerings... → Read More

The CEO who made one of Silicon Valley’s worst acquisitions wants a $400 million blank check

Amid record-breaking billions pouring into SPACs is a filing from former Hewlett-Packard CEO Leo Apotheker, known for the calamitous $11 billion purchase of... → Read More

AMD is set up for blockbuster second half, but it isn’t guaranteed

Advanced Micro Devices Inc. is setting up for a blockbuster second half of the year, but it had better hope that coronavirus does not get in the way. → Read More

Intel admits another defeat with unprecedented manufacturing issues

Intel’s admission that it may have to partner with a contractor foundry on its next generation of manufacturing technology calls into question its... → Read More

IBM outlook remains cloudy at best as new CEO fails to plot the way forward

International Business Machines Corp.’s earnings initially boosted the stock, but shares eventually lost their momentum because there was little actual... → Read More

An obscure court ruling could play havoc with tech companies’ earnings

With every company expected to talk about the impact the COVID-19 pandemic had on earnings in the coming weeks, look out for a completely unrelated issue... → Read More

IBM, Amazon moves on facial recognition are good baby steps toward removing bias

In the midst of huge crisis in the U.S. around police mistreatment towards black Americans, two tech giants have said they will halt the sale of... → Read More

Uber plus Grubhub called ‘a new low in pandemic profiteering,’ and that’s not the only problem

Uber Technologies Inc.’s discussions with Grubhub Inc. were called a “new low in pandemic profiteering” by one congressman on Tuesday, and that’s just one... → Read More

Are any tech companies immune to the economic damage from coronavirus?

Now that social-media companies, once the darlings of Wall Street, are confirming lower ad revenue due to the COVID-19 outbreak, investors are wondering if... → Read More

SmileDirectClub pokes a hole in its growth bubble

Executives at the controversial SmileDirectClub Inc. lowered the outlook for the company’s future revenue growth rate, letting even more air out of the... → Read More

HP sends mixed message on Xerox while business continues to decline

HP Inc. claims it is open to talking to copier giant Xerox about some sort of a merger deal, but it is also embarking on a costly stock buyback plan in the... → Read More

The 5G rollout is already behind, and coronavirus could slow it even more

Two seemingly different issues — the ongoing 5G network rollout and the coronavirus — are causing confusion and disappointment for many tech investors this... → Read More

Cisco’s customers are still on ‘pause’ amid coronavirus scare and layoffs

After confirming a slowdown in tech spending last quarter, Cisco Systems Inc. did not have much better news for investors on Wednesday, with its executives... → Read More

Uber makes a lot of big promises for 2020 — now it just has to live up to them

Uber Technologies Inc. rewarded investors with a narrower-than-expected loss and an updated forecast for adjusted profits at the end of this year, a promise... → Read More

GoPro has been a no-growth company almost since its IPO

After GoPro Inc., the developer of action cameras, went public in 2014, its revenue peaked in 2015 $1.6 billion. In the four years since then, GoPro... → Read More