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Rosen Law Firm, a global investor rights law firm, announces it has filed a class action lawsuit on behalf of purchasers of Qualcomm Incorporated securities (NASDAQ:QCOM) from February 1, 2012 through January 17, 2017, both...
Lundin Law PC, a shareholder rights firm, announces that it is investigating claims against QUALCOMM Incorporated, ("QUALCOMM" or the "Company") (Nasdaq: QCOM) concerning possible violations of federal securities...
The new president and his administration committed to protectionist policies on Monday, giving Wall Street a sliver of clarity over how the next four years could play out.
Stocks hold lower on Monday as the Donald Trump administration commits to protectionist policies.
He's sticking to his guns, which has some investors seeking a Trump-free zone.
Here's how to trade seven of the most active stocks on the market Monday.
Uncertainty over policies from a Donald Trump administration contributed to volatile trading.
Apple followed up on the FTC suit filed against Qualcomm for anti-competitive behavior with its own complaint.
Apple is already partly relying on Intel for its iPhone modem needs. The company's lawsuit against its other modem supplier could pave the way for a deeper Intel partnership.
Jim Cramer responds to the latest news about Qualcomm, which continues to slide.
Uncertainty over policies from a Donald Trump administration contributes to volatile trading on Monday.
Qualcomm's mounting lawsuits could spell trouble for its planned acquisition of the Dutch chipmaker, Nomura analysts say.
Apple, Microsoft, Cisco, Oracle and Alphabet alone have more than $500 billion stashed offshore.
After a decent year, Trump looms large over M&A activity, cross-border deals especially. The Deal, TheStreet's sister publication for dealmakers is out with its 2016 ranking of advisers.
Stock futures move lower on Monday in the kickoff to week one of the Donald Trump administration.
Here are Monday's top research calls, including upgrades for CSX and Dish Network, and downgrades for Qualcomm and Verizon.
Cramer shares his views on why Donald Trump is pretty much exactly what he was advertised as, and muses on Skyworks Solutions' climb.
After the Netflix blowout quarter, tech has a high bar to hurdle.
Like Qualcomm's disputes with regulators, the company's legal battle with Apple is complex and could take time to unfold. That could pave the way for a stronger Apple-Intel partnership.
The dispute follows on the heels of a suit filed by the FTC, and an $853 million fine levied on Qualcomm by South Korea's antitrust authority. Shares fell 2.4%.
Executive Chairman Paul Jacobs took a jab at the Federal Trade Commission's antitrust lawsuit at the World Economic Forum in Davos on Thursday.