U.S. stocks were headed for a lower open Tuesday as Asian and European markets lost ground and investors digest new data on the housing market.
Adobe is abandoning its Flash software for mobile devices. Don't panic: For consumers, this is a good move.
Steve Jobs hated Flash. Hated it. And not just a little bit.
In an abrupt about-face in its mobile software strategy, Adobe will soon cease developing its Flash Player plug-in for mobile browsers, according to an e-mail sent to Adobe partners on Tuesday evening.
Stocks erased most of the day's gains Tuesday, with the Nasdaq and S&P 500 turning negative as investors turned cautious amid the uncertainty surrounding Greece's debt issues and ahead of the Fed's interest rate decision.
Wall Street will remain on edge this week as investors continue their search for more signs that the economy isn't heading toward another recession.
Investors are obsessing about Greek debt and the end of the Fed's QE2. But by the end of next week, those two stories may be soooo last month. So June.
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Research In Motion is preparing to release its much-awaited response to the iPad, the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet, a month behind schedule.
For decades -- dating back to the 1980s -- Apple and Adobe Systems have had a deeply troubled relationship. The most recent phase of their ongoing struggle has been over whether Flash (Adobe's hugely popular proprietary format for adding animation, video, and interactivity to web pages) would run on Apple mobile devices.
U.S. stocks rose modestly Tuesday but managed to close at their highest levels in more than two years as investors set their sights on 2011.
U.S. stocks were set to open higher Tuesday morning, following a global market rally and as investors set their sights on 2011.
U.S. stocks seesawed between small gains and losses Monday but remained in a narrow range at the start of a holiday-shortened week, as investors began to shift their focus to 2011.
Adobe's CEO says he's tired of the debate over Apple barring Flash from its products, but that didn't stop Shantanu Narayen from taking a few shots at the iPad maker.
Six major technology companies have agreed to settle a federal lawsuit over what regulators say were anti-competitive hiring practices.
Stocks slumped Wednesday, with the Dow ending a 5-day winning streak, as gold prices hit new highs and investors remained on edge about the recovery.
Shares of Adobe Systems plummeted Wednesday after the software developer indicated that sales and earnings for its next quarter might fall short of expectations.
U.S. stocks were headed for a lower open Wednesday, as investors continued to worry about the recovery as they mull the Federal Reserve's latest policy statement.
Apple is loosening its grip on its app development for its mobile devices, announcing Thursday that it will drop restrictions on what programming tools developers can use to create iOS apps.
CNN's Zain Verjee talks to hardcore Apple fans waiting to buy an iPad in London.
Events have just kicked off at the D8 Conference with Apple CEO Steve Jobs taking the stage for a conversation with All Things Digital producers Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher.
The saga of Adobe and Apple or, more precisely, Flash app development for the iPhone, is drawing to its inevitable conclusion.
Two things happened yesterday of interest to Adobe Systems investors.
Adobe Systems went shopping on Tuesday. And it came home with a pricey find.
More than half of the Internet's top websites use a little known capability of Adobe's Flash plugin to track users and store information about them, but only four of them mention the so-called Flash Cookies in their privacy policies, UC Berkeley researchers found.
Why don't you tell your boss you are going to work from home this year, and it's not just for your sake, but for the sake of the environment.
It's easy to overlook the impact buildings have on greenhouse gas emissions, but the places where we live and work contribute over 30 percent of global greenhouse emissions.
The digital imaging software king rolls out Photoshop Express, its first free entry into the Web-based photo-management-and-editing market
EBay Inc.'s customers don't need to open a Web browser to search the site or auction an item anymore
A growing number of researchers and companies are looking for such signs of tampering in hopes of restoring credibility to photographs at a time when the name of a popular program for manipulating digital images has become a verb, Photoshopping
Stocks opened higher Tuesday, snapping out of recent sluggishness, driven by upbeat earnings and an extra boost by the European Central Bank.
Stocks opened lower Monday, continuing a selloff spurred by Friday's higher inflation reading.
Stocks were set to open lower Monday as investor worries about inflation and the economic outlook overshadowed deal news.
Although last week's job numbers were disappointing, a new survey by Manpower indicates the job market will remain steady and cautious. About 27 percent of companies will increase their workforce, while 9 percent plan on cutting their payrolls.
Upbeat earnings from Oracle and Adobe helped keep tech stocks afloat early Wednesday but the broader market drifted as investors awaited the conclusion of the two-day Federal Reserve policy meeting.
Technology stocks led the way as U.S. markets opened higher Wednesday.
Stocks gained Tuesday, rising for a second straight session as investors welcomed a strong report on housing amid the two-day Federal Reserve policy meeting currently underway.
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Adobe will release a free online version of its popular Photoshop image-editing software within six months, the company said Thursday.
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Here are some of the companies whose shares were active in late trading on Friday:
Stocks rose Friday morning, sending the Dow Jones industrial average to a record trading high after a mild read on core inflation reassured investors worried about pricing pressure amid slower economic growth.
Adobe has turned its headquarters into a towering example of environmentalism--and is saving millions in the process.
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Stocks were mixed Thursday, as investors played it cautious after a four-session advance and ahead of Friday's key read on inflation.
You know the market has some support when Morgan Stanley's bullish results send stocks higher ... whereas when Goldman and Lehman reported similarly boffo numbers a few weeks back and the market tanked.
Key inflation readings due this week may provide investors precious new clues about the interest rate outlook.
U.S. stocks ended mixed Friday, ending a topsy-turvy day as investors struggled with a key jobs report that on one hand eased inflationary pressure yet also raised serious concerns over the nation's economic health.
Stocks gained early Friday after a jobs report came in far weaker than expected, raising hopes the Fed will ease off it's interest-rate hiking campaign.
The market outlook turned decidedly positive Friday after a much weaker-than-expected jobs report heightened speculation that the Federal Reserve will have to back off its interest rate hiking campaign.
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Adobe Systems Inc. unveiled a deal Wednesday with Verizon Wireless , the second largest U.S. wireless provider, to build Flash animation software into Verizon mobile phones.
Rising oil prices and a disappointing earnings outlook from Adobe Systems were among the factors causing stocks to tread water Thursday morning.
Tech stocks could face rough going in early trading Thursday after an earnings and revenue warning from Adobe Systems, as other investors look ahead to the latest reading on real estate market strength.
Stocks climbed early Friday, bouncing back at the end of a tough week amid a fall in oil prices.
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Software company Adobe has a hand in almost everything we see in print and on the Web.
Stocks jumped at the open Friday, extending the previous session's rally despite another spike in oil prices.
It would appear to be a software marriage made in heaven.
Stocks clawed back from steep declines to close mixed in a tough session Friday, as investors used Intel's raised sales guidance as an excuse to take profits after the recent rally.
Stocks ended Monday mixed on the first day back from last week's sharp sell-off as Wall Street's attempts at a solid bounce were dashed by 3M.
Stocks showed signs of stabilizing Monday morning after last week's sell-off as traders -- worried about slowing economic growth -- look ahead to this week's slew of earnings reports.
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NEW YORK (CNN/Money) - There's a palpable sense of excitement among investors in software stocks. The reason: The sector seems on the verge of a major wave of consolidation.
Higher-than-expected earnings from a pair of brokerages and a surprisingly strong housing starts report were among the factors giving stocks a slight lift early Tuesday.
Optimism about tech stocks in the wake of strong results from Adobe Systems could lift U.S. stocks at Tuesday's open, pushing the meeting of Fed policy makers on Wall Street's back burner for at least a little while.
Investors will most likely turn their attention to interest rates on Tuesday as some buyers were reluctant to make new purchases ahead of a key meeting of the Federal Reserve.
The technology sector will take the limelight Tuesday as investors look for action from Priceline and Adobe following Monday's earnings releases. In parallel, investors await numbers on the auto industry and personal income and spending.
U.S. stock markets floundered around the breakeven point early Friday as investors showed disappointment about some tech earnings and scrutinized still expensive oil.
No economic data is due and no companies will report earning Friday, but after the bell Thursday a handful of technology companies reported earnings, including software maker Adobe Systems Inc. and Linux systems operator Red Hat Inc.
Technology stocks fell again Friday as investors anxiously watched events unfolding on the Pakistan-Afghanistan border, where reports said U.S. and Pakistani troops have begun new attacks on Taliban and al Qaeda leaders.
Stocks finished higher Thursday on speculation that a top al Qaeda official might soon be captured, but investors may be focusing more on earnings Friday following late-day results from Nike and Adobe Systems.
Investors shied away from stocks Monday, as evidenced by a steep drop in the Dow, but a handful of corporate announcements may entice buyers back into the game on Tuesday.
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