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Cisco Systems, Inc. (CSCO)


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Previous close31.76
Open31.78
Bid31.71 x 200
Ask32.29 x 400
Day's range31.76 - 32.28
52-week range28.07 - 34.60
Volume17,732,307
Avg. volume21,004,523
Market cap160.4B
Beta1.39
PE ratio (TTM)16.28
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Dividend & yield1.16 (3.65%)
Ex-dividend date2017-04-04
1y target estN/A
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  • Cisco cuts 1,100 jobs as earnings disappoint
    AFPlast month

    Cisco cuts 1,100 jobs as earnings disappoint

    Network equipment maker Cisco Systems said Wednesday it was cutting 1,100 jobs after reporting weaker-than-expected financial results in the past quarter. Following the announcement Cisco shares slumped more than five percent in after-hours trading. Cisco -- which last year said it would eliminate around seven percent of its workforce, or 5,800 jobs -- said the plan now required further cuts, without offering details on the regions or staff concerned.

  • Cisco buys app performance tuning startup for $3.7 bn
    AFP5 months ago

    Cisco buys app performance tuning startup for $3.7 bn

    Cisco Systems announced a $3.7 billion deal to buy a startup specializing in improving the performance of applications, continuing to expand beyond computer networking hardware. The acquisition of AppDynamics came as the San Francisco-based startup was on the cusp of going public with an initial offering of stock. AppDynamics software enables businesses to monitor performance of applications and figure out ways to avoid problems and get them to run more smoothly.

  • Networking titan Cisco cuts 5,500 jobs as profit climbs
    AFP10 months ago

    Networking titan Cisco cuts 5,500 jobs as profit climbs

    Cisco Systems on Wednesday announced plans to cut seven percent of its global workforce as it shifts its focus from networking hardware to software and services. The plan to eliminate 5,500 positions came as earnings reports showed Cisco's profit for the fiscal year climbed to $10.7 billion, 20 percent more than the previous year. "I am particularly pleased with our performance in priority areas including security, data center switching, collaboration, services as well as our overall performance," said Cisco chief executive Chuck Robbins.