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The 20 Most Valuable Brands In The World

Every year, BrandZ and Millward Brown Optimor calculate and rank brands based on their global value. These are the 20 most valuable brands for 2013. (Think mobile.)

Five Key Analyst Calls to Watch

24/7 Wall St. is tracking several key analyst calls this morning. Big Lots Inc. (NYSE: BIG) has seen mixed calls this morning. The discount retailer...

SAP Knows: You Spend Money to Make Money

SAP showed healthy revenue growth in its recently announced first quarter earnings, but operating profits increased by far less. Why? Because the company is putting more money into operating expenses and R&D, which sets it up for bigger profits in the longer term.

Week in Preview: Discover, Oracle and Tiffany Earnings

Oracle, Discover and Tiffany are all expected to report year-over-year growth for their most recent quarters this week. Meanwhile, many will be looking for an updated snapshot of the housing market, with three sets of real-estate data coming out.

HP Chief Won't Testify at SAP Trial

Before taking over the top spot at Hewlett-Packard, Leo Apotheker was CEO of SAP, the German business-software maker now on trial over corporate espionage allegations from Oracle. But HP says Apotheker won't testify at the trial.

Jack Welch Disses HP's Board: 'Who Are These Board Members?'

Days after Oracle CEO Larry Ellison urged the entire board of Hewlett-Packard to "resign en masse right away," former General Electric CEO Jack Welch has jumped on the diss-HP's board bandwagon. The criticism comes in the wake of HP's hiring of Leo Apotheker as CEO. "Who are these board members?" Welch asked.

Larry Ellison: HP Board Must 'Resign En Masse Right Away'

Oracle CEO Larry Ellison doesn't think highly of Hewlett-Packard's board. In fact, he thinks the entire board should resign -- pronto. Why? Because "the madness must stop," Ellison said, referring to HP's hiring of Leo Apotheker, a former chief of German software giant SAP

Despite Howls, Leo Apotheker May Be Just What HP Needs Now

Wall Street has been quick to punish Hewlett-Packard after the computing and software giant named former SAP chief Leo Apotheker as its new CEO on Sept. 30. But if SAP's culture says anything about what HP will be like under Apotheker, it may get back to making bets on innovation. Wall Street has been quick to punish Hewlett-Packard after the computing and software giant named former SAP chief Leo Apotheker as its new CEO on Sept. 30. But if SAP's culture says anything about what HP will be like under Apotheker, it may get back to making bets on innovation.

$4 Million Signing Bonus for New HP CEO Leo Apotheker

HP shares dropped more than 3% in premarket trading Friday, a day after the company named Leo Apotheker to replace Mark Hurd as CEO. And if investors aren't impressed with the choice of the former CEO of software giant SAP to lead HP, they're really not going to like his compensation package.

HP Names Former SAP Chief Leo Apotheker as CEO

In a somewhat surprising move, HP went outside its walls -- and all the way to Germany -- to find the chief executive to replace the ousted Mark Hurd. Apotheker had stepped down as software giant SAP's CEO in 2010.

Qlik Clicks with IPO Investors as Stock Takes Off

Upstart Qlik Technologies is trying to disrupt things in the business intelligence software world, and as proof of its success, the company pulled off a $112 million IPO Friday. Since opening trading at $10, the stock has seen a nice bounce.

NTT Data Buys a Foothold in the U.S. Info-Tech Market

NTT Data, a major info-tech player in Japan, has taken notice of the rising fortunes of IT services company Intelligroup. The U.S. is company is tiny compared to NTT, but its allure is a solid business in a key major market.