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HP's Revenue Slides as Turnaround Ambles On

HP's revenue fell less than Wall Street expected in the first quarter and it raised its outlook for fiscal 2014 earnings as the computing giant signaled a better year ahead.

5 Women CEOs Who Are Saving Tech

A new trend is surfacing in the Fortune 500. When once-great companies find themselves in trouble, they're beginning to appoint women CEOs to get them out of the woods.

Johnson & Johnson Wins Big Court Battle

J.C. Penney today opens its first store-within-the-store boutiques. They'll offer home goods from designers such as Michael Graves, Jonathan Adler and Sir Terence Conran.

How to Pick the Best Stocks: CEO Candor Predicts Performance

When smart investors consider a stock, they look at profit margins, revenue growth, and a raft of ratios to decide if it's a good buy. But beyond those measurements, here's a subtle and simple guideline that can give you real insight about a company's prospects: How honest is its management?

Kiss Your PC Goodbye

Your desktop -- and maybe even the shiny new laptop that you bought a few months ago -- are dinosaurs. The "good enough" computing revolution that has nudged consumers-on-the-go toward smartphones and tablets is taking its toll on the box business.

Are PCs Going Extinct?

PC makers better learn to think outside of the box: Computer sales continue to slip as companies cautiously watch their spending and consumers flock to tablets and smartphones for their basic computing needs.

Hot Sales: Your July Fourth Savings Cheat Sheet

For those of you who want to celebrate the Fourth of July with some retail therapy, DailyFinance has the low-down on where to find the hottest Independence Day Sale deals. But act fast: Once the last firework pops, many of these bargains will fade away.