Samsung shares rose firmly in Seoul Monday after the company confirmed that battery faults were the cause of safety-related issues that led to its Galaxy Note 7 recall.
Canon, Tokyo Electron, Permira, Bain have reportedly emerged as potential investors in Toshiba's chip business.
Paddy Power Betfair stock fell after the bookmaker revealed it took a hit on President Donald Trump's surprise election victory.
Apple supplier Foxconn is considering a $7 billion investment that would establish a U.S.-based LCD display manufacturing hub that could create as many as 50,000 new jobs.
The repatriation of foreign earnings, which could happen under a Trump Administration, will benefit big tech company stocks like Apple and Intel.
U.S. sales probably tanked.
The weak companies could be clobbered.
This photo says it all.
Be worried, Janet Yellen.
The idea of buying American and hiring American is good news for defense, ag and energy stocks, says Jim Cramer.
Foxconn Considers Making $7 Billion Investment In The U.S
Samsung Confirms Over-Sized Batteries Led To Galaxy Note 7 Recall
European stocks opened weaker across the board Monday amid a pullback for the U.S. dollar and increasing concerns over the protectionist signals from President Donald Trump.
Travellers faced a series of disruptions after a software glitch halted United Airlines traffic and London's Heathrow Airport cancelled more than 100 flights amid intense fog.
Cramer shares his views on the cost of being a 'fundamentalist,' and what the real story is behind the railroad stocks.
Doug Kass shares his thoughts on biotech, and discusses the shape of things to come.
The president's call to rework or scrap the trade deal with Canada and Mexico, in place since 1994, has far-reaching implications--from candy companies to railways.
There was a surprise winner.
It has never been cheaper to get free electricity from the sun.
Yes, the markets went down during Trump's speech.
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