Cisco Systems is vulnerable for a further loss of 11%

Cisco Systems, Inc (NASDAQ: CSCO) is already down by 11% from its recent peak. Elliott Wave analysis of this stock suggests that it could go down by another 11% or more. The trigger will be a close below $45 this week.

Here’s How Six Companies Take The Lead Supporting Working Mothers

With Mother’s Day around the corner, families are preparing to celebrate the women who raise, care for, and sustain them. Yet most mothers, and indeed fathers, don’t receive the kind of workplace support they need to balance care for their families with bringing their full selves to work.

Is Cisco Opening Up With Its DevNet Group?

Analyst Will Townsend takes a look at Cisco’s DevNet developer community and Cisco’s efforts to adopt more open standards.

As Zuckerberg Testifies Before Congress The Markets Are Indicating Facebook’s Growth Has Peaked

FB generated $26.26 in average revenue per U.S. user in the fourth quarter. That is a stunning figure for a non-transactional site and it points to the major issue facing FB shares. As good as it gets is a real concern when investing in growth stocks

Top Fund Manager Is Buying Micron And IBM, Eyeing Facebook, Alibaba, And Cisco

It’s often hard to buy stocks after a selloff when stocks are cheap. Since Tony Mitchell started his fund at Marketocracy 17 years ago, he has navigated 2 market crashes and outperformed the top U.S. equity mutual fund manager for the past 10 years. Now, Tony is boldly putting his cash to work.

Is This China’s Secret Weapon?

“Secret operations are essential in war; upon them the army relies to make its every move.” – Sun Tzu. Despite having the world’s largest army, China is unlikely to win an open battle against the U.S. on the South China Sea. But does China have a secret weapon up its sleeve that can turn the table?

Zoom Scoops Customers From Cisco In $16 Billion Videoconferencing Market

What is an entrepreneur to do when he starts a company, sells it to a giant, then suffers as the new parent spoils the child? If you’re Eric Yuen you leave Cisco Systems and start Zoom — a fast-growing Sequoia-backed videoconferencing startup