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Global stocks drifted lower again Thursday, with investors focused on political and macro events in Europe and weakening profit forecasts in the United States, as the earnings season draws to a close and market struggle to find direction during the holiday week in Asia.
Nvidia shares edged higher Wednesday following a report that SoftBank's $100 billion technology fund has sold its entire stake in the chipmaker.
Apple's autonomous driving plans mostly remain a mystery.
Investors need to see a more concrete plan from Ford regarding its autonomous driving future.
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WeWork CEO Adam Neumann is making millions in landlord payments from his own company, say reports.
If Barra is willing to be as bold with the company's balance sheet as with its corporate strategy, GM shares could be the ultimate value play.
General Motors provided stronger-than-expected guidance for 2019, giving a big boost to the stock Friday.
Stock futures rise on Tuesday as U.S. Chinese officials meet for a second day of trade talks in Beijing; Samsung issues a weaker-than-expected profit forecast; Qualcomm highlights its momentum in the automotive sector at CES; PG&E has its credit rating cut to junk by S&P Global Ratings.
Audi is making a big-time investment in autonomous driving and plans to launch a robo-taxi service in 2021 as a result.
The firm forecasts growth in revenue of 3.3% in the year through March 2019, and a 9.7% increase in operating profit.
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U.S. stock futures turn mixed amid an easing of trade tensions between the U.S. and China; Apple will invest $1 billion to build a new campus in Austin, Texas; Japan's SoftBank will replace equipment from China's Huawei in its 4G telecommunications network infrastructure with hardware from Ericsson and Nokia, a report says.
Stocks soared as investors cheer progress in U.S.-China trade talks and after a report says China is planning a new program that promises greater access for foreign companies.
Between the two, Uber's stock is likely to perform better, but there are reasons to think that neither will be successful investments longer term.
U.S. stock futures rise as investors cheer progress in U.S.-China trade talks; U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May faces a leadership challenge that could deepen the country's political crisis; SoftBank reportedly plans a sale of its stake in chipmaker Nvidia; Chinese hackers are behind the massive breach at Marriott, The New York Times reports.
SoftBank may sell much of its position in the giant chipmaker next year, according to Bloomberg.
Apple, Microsoft, Google, Amazon, Alibaba and Tesla are all known to have custom chip projects. Look for additional firms to announce them in the coming years.
Deutsche Bank analysts walked away from their meeting with CEO Nikesh Arora bullish on the company's stock.
U.S. stock futures fall as investors prep for the scheduled showdown between Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jingping at the G-20 summit; Palo Alto Networks rises after earnings at the cybersecurity company top forecasts; VMware surges on strength from its cloud offerings; Professional boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr. and music producer DJ Khaled settle SEC charges related to initial coin offerings.
To keep pace with the likes of Softbank Group Corp., venture capitalists are figuring out ways to compete on factors other than just capital, including giving founders more control and staying hands-on when needed.
Uber's third-quarter numbers are out and aside from strong revenue growth, it's more of the same. Case in point? Losing over $1 billion.
Ford's future mobility plans are a head-scratcher and CEO Jim Hackett needs to improve his communication with investors.
U.S. stock futures point to a lower open for Wall Street on Monday; global oil prices are spiking after Saudi Arabia says it will trim exports by around half a million barrels a day next month; Alibaba sets sales record of $30.8 billion on Singles' Day; Athenahealth will be bought for $5.7 billion.
Softbank, the Japan-based group which holds key stakes in tech companies around the world through its Saudi-backed Vision Fund, posted stronger-than-expected second quarter earnings Monday but cautioned that future investments may be impacted by the political fallout linked to the murder of dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi last month.
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