5 Companies That Had A Rough Week


The Week Ending July 14

Topping this week's roundup of those having a rough week is Kaspersky Lab, which was removed from the U.S. government's GSA schedule because of concerns the company may have ties to the Russian government.

Also making the list this week are Verizon, which had personal data on 14 million customers exposed in a security incident; Lenovo, which continues to see its share of the PC market shrink; Cisco Systems, which had to alert customers about a potential data loss problem with its UCS servers; and FireEye, which is losing its veteran chief marketing officer.

Not everyone in the IT industry was having a rough go of it this week. For a rundown of companies that made smart decisions, executed savvy strategic moves – or just had good luck – check out this week's 5 Companies That Came To Win roundup.

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