Marc FerrantiEditor in Chief , IDG News Service

Marc Ferranti is the editor in chief of the IDG News Service, and is based in New York.

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Wall Street Beat: GoPro continues to soar after IPO as Nasdaq surges

IPO, stock market and M&A activity point to confidence in tech sector

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Wall Street Beat: Despite Oracle earnings miss, software appears healthy

Adobe blows away expectations, Tibco banks on Big Data, and there's more good news for the smartphone market

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Wall Street Beat: Upbeat PC news boosts confidence in tech

Intel shares hit 10-year high as reports on PCs, plus good news on smartphones and Internet advertising, generate optimism

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Wall Street Beat: What keeps tech execs up at night?

Competitive pressure fuels M&A, which then leads to enhanced risks at today's high valuations

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Wall Street Beat: Mobile, cloud trends spark tech mergers and acquisitions

Despite economic turbulence, tech leaders are confident that users will adopt cloud and mobile technology

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Wall Street Beat: Market turbulence seen as just a speedbump in tech IPOs

TrueCar, Zendesk jump on IPOs as baseline trends continue

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IDC cuts IT spending forecast on mobile slump, emerging market uncertainty

Economic uncertainty in China and Europe due to the Ukraine crisis are 'wild cards'

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Wall Street Beat: Internet stocks under the gun

Fierce competition among social media and e-commerce companies, and the need to spend money, are making investors nervous

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Wall Street Beat: Mobile, cloud are key to tech earnings

Facebook, Microsoft, Apple and Amazon weigh in with earnings

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Wireless and broadband fuel sales growth for AT&T

Net earnings remain flat, however, even as the company makes gains in wireless subscribers.

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Wall Street Beat: Mixed news for tech puts dent in sector confidence

Nasdaq Computer index closes down for the week

Reports: NSA hacked into servers at Huawei headquarters

The US government agency also gained information to place backdoors on networking equipment, according to leaked documents

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Wall Street Beat: Tech shows signs of growth

Cloud and storage technology are expected to make gains this year

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Wall Street Beat: Tech IPOs heat up but there's no bubble -- yet

The quality of companies going to market is different than it was during the dot-com era, analysts say

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Wall Street Beat: Despite sagging hardware sales, confidence in tech remains high

PC market declines as growth rate of tablet shipments slows, but industry insiders remain optimistic