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Sprint Corporation (NYSE:S)’s stock is still being viewed with skepticism by the traders

This is primarily due to the turmoil that the company had been recently facing from the loss of wireless subscribers. Recently in the month of July 2013, the company had reported revenues at $64.20 on an average per user, which proved to be better than the expectations of the analysts at Deutsche Bank at $63.76 per user.

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Oracle Corporation (NYSE:ORCL) shares sees a marginal decline

It had reported from the Chinese media services that the technology superiority of these computer giants had continued to dominate the information technology systems of the country and that the Prism scandal is currently implying many security problems which are concerning the government.

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EMC Corporation (NYSE:EMC) shows massive growth in cloud computing, Big Data segment and trusted Information Technology solutions

While the earnings per share had reported to have increased by 10% over the previous year, it had been calculated that the revenues had increased by 6%. All such strong results for the quarter had been enabling the stock to gain higher in prices in the recent days with higher level of confidence of the investors.

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NVIDIA Corporation (NASDAQ:NVDA) shares trading up

The company had reported increase in sales to touch $977 million which was observed to be 2.4% higher than the previous quarter. Further the gross profit margins for the second quarter had increased to 55.8% compared to the profit margins of 54.3% reported for the first quarter of fiscal year.

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Hewlett-Packard Company (NYSE:HPQ)’s former CEO dismissed

According to the Silicon Valley Business Journal reports, Hewlett-Packard Company didn’t violate the rules. Jon Tigar, district judge of United States has dismissed the case that claimed Mark Hurd and the company yesterday mentioning in spite of the company obligation to be “honest and direct in all our dealings.” The ethics policies were too unclear to stand legal responsibility upon.

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Micron Technology, Inc. (NASDAQ:MU) plans to cut down its workforce in the Global Operations

It had been confirmed by the spokesman of Micron Technology Inc. that the job cuts would be carried out through the fiscal year 2014 and would turn out in the form of employee attrition, reduction and separation. The stock had been fluctuating throughout the trading session with the prices ranging from low of $13.77 per share to high of $14.16 per share. The stock presently holds 52 week low value of prices at $5.16 per share and 52 week high value of prices at $14.60 per share.