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The chip manufacturing giant issued upbeat Q3 sales guidance and forecast this year's capital spending will be at the high end of a prior guidance range.
There might be more losers than winners in the streaming wars.
For the third quarter, Netflix expects to add 7 million paid memberships -- despite failing to meet expectations in subscriber numbers in the second quarter and a rise in streaming competition.
Analysts were incrementally less positive on Netflix, but it's the second half of the year that analysts are banking on for their bull theses.
Qualcomm was found to have engaged in predatory pricing practices for some of its products between 2009 and 2011.
Netflix stock is being knocked down as U.S. consumers change the channel.
Taiwan Semiconductor, the world's biggest contract chipmaker and a lead supplier for Apple iPhones, posted modestly weaker second-quarter earnings but said a pick-up in 5G and smartphone demand would support the global semiconductor sector over the second half of the year.
Netflix has shown a tendency for significant reversals on the day after a large earnings-related move, and here is how I am playing it.
Netflix loses subscribers, Japan loses steam, Taiwan Semi bets on a chip-sector rebound, Britain stares down the abyss of a non-deal Brexit and Musk looks to your brain for his next startup fix.
Netflix reported just 2.7 million new subscribers in the second quarter, which included a net loss of 130,000 in the U.S. Last quarter was the first time Netflix has lost domestic subscribers in the years it's been reporting streaming separately.
The big banks that have reported have made a combined total of $29.5 billion. That's astonishing.
The latest government scrutiny could even end up being a long-term positive for Facebook, Amazon, Apple and Alphabet, says analyst Dan Ives.
It all starts with pricing and subscribers. See how that impacts all the rest.
U.S. equity futures edged higher, potentially lifting Wall Street to fresh record peaks again Wednesday, as investors await the first of six major tech sector earnings reports later today that could make-or-break the recent stock market rally.
Google confirmed that it ended a project aimed at introducing a censored search engine in China during a day of multiple Congressional hearings focused on the influence of Big Tech.
The price difference between the most expensive version of Tesla's Model 3 sedan, and the cheapest versions of its Model S sedan and Model X crossover, just got bigger.
For those trading the FANG or FAANG names, and especially Facebook, Tuesday sets up as a day bearing exceptional levels of headline risk.
Estee Lauder is among the companies that are sure winners, no matter which way the economy goes.
The indices are fine but if you are looking to add long positions it is narrow action right now.
All the key equity indexes are up 16% or more this year, as earnings season starts.
More than three-quarters of U.S. households still subscribe to pay TV, and sports are one bucket of content that we're willing to shell out big bucks for.
Markets surge to new records as Fed Chairman Jerome Powell signals rate cuts are likely.
Looking at options trading activity among components of the Russell 3000 index, there is noteworthy activity today in Apple Inc , where a total volume of 279,229 contracts has been traded thus far today, a contract volume which is representative of approximately 27.9 million underlying shares (given that every 1 contract represents 100 underlying shares). That number works out to 125.1% of AAPL's average daily trading volume over the past month, of 22.3 million shares.
Jim discusses Nvidia and the opportunity it has with ray-tracing technology, Apple, our healthcare stocks, and much more!
This matters: Why the sudden 'weakness' across European debt markets?
The music giant's June app redesign makes podcasts easier to access, but there have been quite a few complaints about changes made to its music-listening features.
The streaming giant should maintain its expected subscriber and revenue growth rate despite recent price increases, Stifel analysts wrote on Wednesday.
Here's what to watch as Congress questions big tech executives over antitrust, privacy and more at next week's hearings on Capitol Hill.
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