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There could be a major windfall for Fortune 500 companies.
Some of the FTC's allegations against Qualcomm are questionable. But other claims are more worrisome, particularly given that foreign regulators have made them as well.
The chipmaker has reasons to be optimistic about what would happen under a Republican-led Federal Trade Commission.
Jim Cramer highlights bank, health-care companies reporting next week and what to watch.
Trump's press conference puts a charge into an otherwise flat week. We add a position to the portfolio.
That explains why NXPI is trading some $12 below the merger price.
President-elect Donald Trump's anti-China comments are raising the odds that Beijing regulators will try to stop Qualcomm from buying NXP Semiconductors, says Jim Cramer.
In an interview, a Mobileye executive discusses his company's autonomous driving alliances and what makes its processors and software unique.
In an interview, Hassane El-Khoury discussed connected cars, the Internet of Things and expectations about industry M&A.
During an interview, a Mobileye executive discusses his company's autonomous driving alliances and what makes its processors and software unique.
Elizabeth Lim, Mergermarket America head research editor, expects further energy consolidation and increased media mergers in 2017.
The annual CES blowout will be more like an auto show in 2017, with carmakers, chipmakers, software developers and others all set to make announcements.
Intel, Nvidia, and Amazon's partners are among the companies launching a slew of products covering cars, smartphones, PCs, smart home devices and VR headsets.
Markets start 2017 on a high note, avoiding the pullbacks that have kicked off recent years.
Steve Mollenkopf's keynote address talked about Qualcomm's new Snapdragon 835 processor and how it will help transform virtual reality and the Internet of Things.
Partnership promotes innovation and globalization of China's leading-edge automobile technology
The autonomous Chrysler Pacifica features technology developed inside Alphabet, but it's unclear how the company will make money on it.
With the newest tech on display at CES, Jim Cramer is focusing on autonomous driving technology.
Intel gave a first-hand look at VR's potential and Samsung added to its smart home bet, but Nvidia stole the show by announcing impressive new partnerships and initiatives.