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disappointing earnings from Amazon.com and Starbucks wiped out any chance of gains on Friday for the S&P 500 and Nasdaq.
Martin Baccardax brings you the five stories you need to read before the bell.
LG Display Plans $13.5 billion OLED expansion
Philips said it doesn't know if Third Point has taken stake
Deal bars president from easing sanctions on Russia
Philips needs faster networked home lighting systems growth
Another Apple Supplier Suffers From Slowing Revenue
Apple's iPhone 8 might be delayed because it has reportedly hit a snag.
Old-economy buy vs. a new-economy warning.
Samsung Electronics said Friday that it expects to see record quarterly profits as rising demand for its memory chips and flagship Galaxy S8 boosts its bottom line.
Uber's market share is expected to sink to 81% by 2021 as the company searches for its next CEO.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 8's release date might just have been revealed
European stocks will look to extend their rally into a second day Tuesday after another record-setting day on Wall Street and a solid session in Japan.
You may want to stay away from tech, from the crowded trades. But maybe you shouldn't give up so easily, says Jim Cramer.
Apple and JetBlue show it can pay to roll out options into expiry.
European stocks booked solid gains Friday amid a rebound in energy stocks and solid gains for automakers as investors continue to favor regional equities amid the ongoing economic recovery.
European stocks are likely to open modestly higher Friday following a volatile week for global financial markets that has hammered oil prices, tech portfolios, non-dollar currencies and retail investors.
Tim Cook has confirmed that Apple is working on an autonomous system behind driverless cars.
This market has diverged from some of its usual patterns.
European stocks notched solid early gains Tuesday, driven by a rebound in tech names.
Apple's German-listed shares notched solid gains in early trading as the global tech-sector weakness appeared to wane after two days of selling that trimmed $15 billion from global portfolios.