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Companies from Toshiba to Mattel have been plagued by safety concerns and large-scale product recalls.
While the chip giant ups its forecast in response to better-than-expected PC sales, an iPhone 7 teardown indicates several Intel chips are going into some models.
Salesforce is sticking with CEO Marc Benioff, but it did name a new chief equality officer.
Buying Samsung's printer unit will help HP take on the copier market's leaders. It's not the only move HP is making to expand its addressable market.
These are my top fall-and-rise stories for the 10 days leading up to and immediately following next week's Federal Reserve meeting.
Relief floods Wall Street on Monday after a number of Federal Reserve speakers take a dovish turn following increasingly hawkish rhetoric coming out of the central bank.
HP (HPQ) hopes its $1.05 billion purchase of Samsung's (SSNLF) printer division will help give it an edge in the copier market over competitors such as Xerox (XRX).
Stocks rise Monday after Federal Reserve Gov. Lael Brainard urges 'prudence' in raising rates.
HP's purchase will include taking on about 6,000 employees, and the deal is set to close in about 12 months.
Stocks pare gains on Monday as worries over how soon the Federal Reserve might hike interest rates keeps markets wary.
HP CEO Dion Weisler told CNBC that his company's $1.05 billion acquisition of Samsung's printing business gives it a chance to innovate in a stagnant space.
The market for sub-investment-grade debt is beginning to heat up as bankers start to tap investors with new credit offerings meant to back a range of megadeals.
U.S. stocks extended their losses Monday, following Friday's sell-off.
Falling crude oil prices continued to weigh on markets Monday.
Stock futures moved sharply lower on Monday morning, extending Friday's selloff, as worries continued over how soon the Federal Reserve might hike interest rates.
U.S. stock futures are sharply lower Monday on renewed worries over an interest rate hike; HP to buy Samsung's Electronics' printing operations; Tesla plans software update for Autopilot.
The buyer seeks to upgrade its printer and copier technology.
From Altria to Western Union, these 21 companies have must-own dates over the next week.
Samsung (SSNLF) is considering a sale of its printer business to HP (HPQ), as the company has been falling behind in the global printer market.
The stock becomes attractive again at 10% to 15% below where it is now, or when revenue growth picks back up.
iPhone storage capacity hikes provided a sales boost for SanDisk, which Western broke the bank to acquire.
There's too much in natural and organic foods, not enough in flash memory.
But don't expect miracles, given the current state of the IT hardware market.
GE's purchases could drive additional 3-D printing M&A activity. But they also mean 3-D printer makers will be dealing with another deep-pocketed competitor.
Jim Cramer is fond of Micron Technology and urges investors to read the details of the HP Inc. conference call.
Micron and Marvel Technology will benefit from an increase in DRAM and flash demand, Cramer says.
Stocks closed the week with losses after Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen made the case for a near-term hike.