Both companies are targeting small businesses, developers and start-ups with their services.
Deckers Outdoor downgraded to 'neutral,' and Gap downgraded to 'underperform.'
Any business would kill for this problem: a savings account so flush it's making investors antsy.
Technology stocks have been all over the place in the past few years. But this one looks set for big things in the long term.
Customers are calling the shots in the business software market, demanding discounts that companies may not otherwise want to give.
Toll Bros. and Lennar are downgraded to 'hold,' while Salesforce is cut to 'underperform.'
Some stocks could benefit if other companies follow the lead of France's Atos and ban internal email.
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