Cisco Systems News

According to Forbes, Cisco Systems is number 12 on the list of the world's most valuable brands. That fact alone makes it a company that is worth watching so at Wiser, we have created a daily Cisco Systems news email. Of course, it is not just the business statistics that are important, although with about $48 billion in annual sales and 75,000 employees, those statistics are significant. The technology that it provides and the customers it works with are equally as important, as is the technology that it is developing or has acquired through company takeovers. Cisco Systems is primarily involved in networking and communications technology and their associated services. It was founded in 1984 and is based in San Jose in California. The chairman and chief executive officer is John T. Chambers. Stay up-to-date with everything that is happening with the company, its stock and its products with the Wiser Cisco Systems news email. It's free and once you are signed up you will get a user-friendly daily digest featuring the latest news and information on the company from around the web.

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MarketWatch First Take: Cisco is Chuck Robbins’s company now, for better or worse
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MUMBAI: Cisco has posted seven consecutive quarters of declining revenue. But most analysts are relatively bullish on the company, as CEO Chuck Robbins tries to transform it from its hardware approach to one based on software and subscription revenue. And Robbins, who...
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MarketWatch First Take: Cisco is Chuck Robbins’s company now, for better or worse
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Bloomberg News With the departure of John Chambers from Cisco Systems Inc.’s board of directors, Chief Executive Chuck Robbins is now fully in charge of the networking giant and its efforts to return to growth. Early Monday, Cisco CSCO, +0.25% said that...
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The massive cyber breach at Equifax Inc. illustrates how data thefts often stem from the failure to keep software up to date, an essential element of security that experts say can confound enterprise technology executives. Technology experts at Equifax worked earlier this...
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John Chambers Will Step Down From Cisco’s Board
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Long-time fixture at Cisco is leaving the board. John Chambers plans to step down from Cisco’s board, marking the end of an era for the networking tech giant. The company said Monday that Chambers, currently Cisco’s csco executive chairman, would not seek...
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Cisco's Executive Chairman Chambers not to seek re-election
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() - Cisco Systems Inc (CSCO.O) said on Monday that Executive Chairman John Chambers would not seek re-election after his term expires in December. Chambers, who lead the networking gear maker for two decades as its chief executive, became the executive chairman...
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