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Earnings help boost markets as D.C. isn't counted on for much of anything. Portfolio action (it was a busy week) includes a new position and a downgrade.
Intel has filed a statement with the U.S. International Trade Commission alleging that Qualcomm is trying to squash its competition using the courts.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer weighs in on Thursday's trending stocks.
The chipmaker expects a 31% to 41% drop in licensing revenue for its fiscal fourth quarter.
The chipmaker's stronger-than-expected third-quarter results were overshadowed by its ongoing lawsuit with Apple.
They may be battling it out in the courtroom, but the stocks are not tied together.
Risk management is crucial, however.
The accusations were made in a filing in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California.
Steel Dynamics is worth watching as it reports earnings.
U.S. stock futures suggest a mixed start for Wall Street on Wednesday.
Special Interest Group support on Qualcomm's Bluetooth network will be available commercially in September.
Qualcomm is taking a hit from its legal dispute with Apple, but one analyst says its value will still double in two to three years.
Why isn't Sprint Chairman Masaoyoshi Son investing himself?
Qualcomm was charged with using anticompetitive methods to squeeze out Icera.
The second-quarter earnings season picks up speed.
CEO Elon Musk wants to double the number of Teslas on the road. That means new service stations across the country.
Yellen's comments contribute to stocks as GDP expectations slip.
The market surged this week as positive earnings and a mellower tone from Janet Yellen cheered bulls.
Shares of Qualcomm may be headed for a fresh rally leg.