(Reuters) - Network equipment maker Aruba Networks Inc <ARUN.O> forecast fourth-quarter results well below Wall Street expectations hurt by rising competition from Cisco Systems Inc <CSCO.O>, sending its shares down 17 percent after the bell. Full story
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Network equipment maker Cisco Systems Inc posted a higher than expected quarterly profit and said current quarter revenue could increase, giving some relief to investors who had worried it was being hurt by weak technology spending. Full story
Stephanie Link, TheStreet, and Jon Najarian, Optionmonster, discuss whether they like or dislike Cisco stock now. And Ken Allen, T. Rowe, shares his reasons for liking Microsoft now.
This week investors expect earnings reports from DOW components, Cisco and Walmart as well as retailer Kohl's. It's also a huge week for economic data, with reports on small business, housing and inflation.
Sandy Lerner, Cisco co-founder, discusses how she started three successful enterprises after leaving Cisco Systems shortly after it went public in 1990.
Brian White, Topeka Capital Management, offers his view on Cisco earnings.
Taking a close look at the markets ahead of Cisco's earnings, with Matt Cheslock, Virtu Financial trader.
A Cisco office is pictured in San Diego, California November 12, 2012. REUTERS/Mike Blake
A Cisco office is pictured in San Diego, California in this November 12, 2012 file photo. Cisco Systems Inc. posted an increase in quarterly revenue May 15, 2013 that was slightly ahead of Wall Street expectations, suggesting that the network equipment maker may be seeing signs of improvement in te
A Cisco office is pictured in San Diego, California in this November 12, 2012, file photo. Cisco Systems Inc reported better-than expected quarterly results, aided partly by more favorable taxes, while a weak global economic environment remained a drag on its bottom line. REUTERS/Mike Blak/Files