Cisco's John Chambers Repeats Threat To Ship Jobs Overseas If Tax Laws Don't Change

Cisco's John Chambers Repeats Threat To Ship Jobs Overseas If Tax Laws Don't Change

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New Cisco CEO John Chambers confirmed his position on Wednesday that unless U.S. tax laws are changed, he will be forced to move more of Cisco's workforce overseas. "I prefer to have the majority of my employees right here in America. That's the right decision for us, but if we can't...
Cisco's John Chambers Repeats Threat To Ship Jobs Overseas If Tax Laws Don't Change
                                       

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Cisco's stock briefly hit a multi-year high yesterday in after hours trading, thanks to the killer quarter it announced. Shares reached $24.24 and are still up 12% so far, at about $23.78. The last time Cisco's shares crested $23 was in November 2010. Cisco announced its quarerly earnings yesterday. For...
Cisco Is Making Some Seriously Good Progress At Revamping Itself (CSCO)

Cisco's Profit Boosted by Services

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Cisco's Profit Boosted by Services

John Chambers Says Cisco Systems Is "Tough to Beat"

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John Chambers Says Cisco Systems Is "Tough to Beat"

Cisco cites data-center, wireless for quarterly revenue increase

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Data-center and wireless sales led growth at Cisco Systems in its fiscal third quarter, as it saw customers spending more in the U.S. and developing countries but reported continuing weakness in Southern Europe.Cisco is aiming to become the leading overall IT player, breaking out of its role as primarily...
Cisco cites data-center, wireless for quarterly revenue increase

Cisco's John Chambers Pooh-Pooh's The Hot New Tech Threatening His Company (CSCO)

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Cisco's John Chambers Pooh-Pooh's The Hot New Tech Threatening His Company (CSCO)

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Data-center and wireless sales led growth at Cisco Systems in its fiscal third quarter, as it saw customers spending more in the U.S. and developing countries but reported continuing weakness in Southern Europe....
Cisco cites data-center, wireless for quarterly revenue increase

Cisco's John Chambers Says US Economy Is Slowly And Steadily Improving (CSCO)

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Cisco's John Chambers Says US Economy Is Slowly And Steadily Improving (CSCO)

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Cisco May Be Better Off Than Rivals Amid Weak IT Spending Trends

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