Over 20,000 AT&T employees across nine states will be back at work Wednesday at 1 p.m. ET after ending a strike that started over the weekend.
On the same day as its second quarter earnings, VMware announced it's buying Carbon Black and Pivotal for a combined value of $4.8 billion.
Data processing and analytics vendor Splunk announced it's buying cloud monitoring company SignalFx for about $1.05 billion.
CyrusOne is reportedly thinking over selling itself after being approached by private investors.
Cisco has axed 488 employees, according to a filing with the State of California.
Following on the heels of VMware confirming that it wanted to acquire all of Pivotal's stock, Pivotel's shares were up 66% in mid-morning trading.
Think the trade war between the United States and China won't have a big effect on companies such as Cisco? Think again.
While Windstream Holdings is continuing its battle against former spinoff Uniti Group, the company's second quarter revenue was down.
While telcos look to cut costs, vendors are learning to cope even when the market is flat overall, according to MTN Consulting's Matt Walker.
CenturyLink is defining itself as the go-to provider of fiber-based services for business customers, according to CenturyLink CEO Jeff Storey.