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Toshiba shares fell in Tokyo Wednesday as investors questioned whether its choice of a Bain Capital-led consortium will lead to a quick sale of the troubled group's flash memory unit.
A tech recovery pushes the S&P 500 and Dow to records.
Stocks move higher as tech sector names make gains.
Shares of Broadcom, along with a number of other Nasdaq high fliers, are in danger of a deep pullback.
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This market has diverged from some of its usual patterns.
Concerns about Apple were spreading to many of the tech giant's suppliers on Monday.
Warren Buffett is famous for being wary of investing in tech stocks.
Comey's testimony? U.K. elections? Eurozone news? These can be new buying opportunities, says Jim Cramer.
Toshiba is expected to next week choose either Western Digital or Broadcom as the preferred bidder for the world's No. 2 flash memory business.
Toshiba will select the winning offer for its chip unit next week.
The handwringers will be out in full force. Their fear creates buying opportunities.
U.S. stock futures decline and shares in Europe fall amid a weak U.S. dollar, rising political tensions in the Gulf region and electoral risks in the U.K.
The Japanese government is reportedly wary of a Foxconn bid for Toshiba's flash memory unit.
After tech and financials, the gigantic health care and retail industries are discovering the cloud.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer weighs in on Friday's trending stocks.
Markets closed out the week with new records. But don't credit a Trump bump -- equities are on the rise with no help from No. 45.
Wall Street largely overlooks a weaker May jobs report than anticipated.
Some markets and investing takeaways from TheStreet's Jim Cramer.
Stocks hold at session highs on Friday on faith the Federal Reserve will move ahead with a rate hike this month even after a weaker-than-expected May jobs report.
The chip giant insists it's not interested in Toshiba's massive flash memory unit. As its latest earnings and guidance show, there's nothing wrong with staying the course.
The chipmaker beat on both the top and bottom lines and issued positive guidance.
Stocks add to gains on faith the Federal Reserve will move ahead with a June rate hike even after a weaker-than-expected May jobs report.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer said Broadcom AVGO had an extraordinary quarter.
Stocks add to gains on Friday on faith the Federal Reserve will move ahead with a June rate hike even after a weaker-than-expected May jobs report.