Here are the two most notable telecom companies in today's trading.
The provider of solar panel components rose sharply following the announcement of a deal with Surun but online real estate company Zillow took a down escalator after losing its CFO.
T-Mobile's CEO John Legere is anything but soft-spoken. He declared on CNBC's Squawk on the Street that his company had passed rival Sprint. eLong shares rise.
The auction Web site eBay looks to have a winning bid for its struggling enterprise unit, although discussions are ongoing. China's Vimicro and 21Vianet rebound from tougher times.
VisionMedia, a provider of digital mobile television advertising, fell nearly 14% as Chinese companies continued their freefall.
Shares of solar industry vendor Enphase sank after an analyst downgraded the company. Tech consultancy Perficiency says it will miss its guidance for the first quarter.
The Annapolis, Md.-based cybersecurity firm will examine ways to boost shareholder value. Chip-maker Vimicro takes a plunge, while Apple hears bad news about watch sales.
An analyst's upgrade sends Himax Technology shares higher while Guidance Software spikes after announcing improvements to its signature program.
The manufacturer of fiber optic components announced that its second-quarter earnings would best projections.
Shares of biotech Versartis and online provider of insurance products eHealth rose sharply, but network solutions company Silicom saw a big drop-off.
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