John Chambers leads the list of corporate bosses deemed to have turned 2012 into a bumper year for "guff, cliché, euphemism and verbal stupidity."
CEO John Chambers asserts its mobility and cloud strategies must be working based on positive financials, which beat Wall Street estimates.
The long-running sales partnership between the company has ended over ZTE's alleged sales of Cisco-branded gear to Iran, according to reports.
The 63-year-old CEO has been running the networking equipment giant since 1995 and now sees his retirement coming in the next two to four years.
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Cisco CEO John Chambers said the company is executing well and is poised to capitalize on cloud computing, mobility, and video traffic, among other trends.
Networking-equipment maker's new job cuts come a year after the company announced plans to shed 14 percent of its global workforce.
Cisco holds up well during the third quarter in "a cautious IT spending environment," avoiding the shortfalls rivals have faced.
Investors love dividends, but technology companies typically shun them as uncool. Even Apple, though, couldn't resist the pressure forever.
The maker of iPads, iPhones, and Macs will begin paying a regular dividend and will buy back stock. It plans to spend $45 billion in the first three years of its new programs.
The world's largest telecom service providers and equipment suppliers want "smart" cloud-based networks, free of regulations, that offer services rather than "dumb" pipes for connectivity.
Networking giant turns in fiscal second-quarter earnings of $2.2 billion, or 40 cents a share, on revenue of $11.5 billion. Non-GAAP earnings were 47 cents a share.
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