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World Can Thank North Korea's 'Rocket Man' If Shinzo Abe Wins Japan's Election
The Japanese prime minister has called a snap election, which could give Abe's push for a better economy and stronger military new vigor.
These Are the 27 Companies You Must Watch Ahead of Apple's Big Launch Event
Sure, the new phone will be groundbreaking -- but who manufactures the parts that make the whole?
U.K. Stocks Called Lower, France Set for Opening Gains as Election Results Dictate Sentiment
European stocks are set to mixed Monday as investors eye political developments in the U.K. and France and test the market's resilience to a pullback in U.S. tech stocks.
Foxconn considering $7 billion U.S. Investment for flat panel display production
Apple supplier Foxconn is considering a $7 billion investment that would establish a U.S.-based LCD display manufacturing hub that could create as many as 50,000 new jobs.
Toshiba gets cash lifeline but delisting risk looms
Investors focus on routes the Japanese electronics player can take as it faces capital erosion risk.
Samsung expected to report profit jump despite Galaxy Note 7 woes
The South Korean company could prove it has the capacity to offset Galaxy Note 7 and consumer product fiascos.
Apple supplier Foxconn to invest $8.8 billion in China LCD venture
Foxconn will set up a manufacturing base in China as speculation mounts over U.S investment plans.
Could Apple supplier Foxconn be signalling U.S. expansion plans with LCD move?
Foxconn takes a controlling stake in Sakai Display, which could signify the company's LCD TV intentions as Trump boasts of SoftBank job creation.
Apple supplier Foxconn moves into European TV business through Sharp
Sharp's acquisition of European businesses marks a comeback in TV productions in the region.
Apple supplier Foxconn cuts off supply to rival Samsung
Sharp and Foxconn could establish a new LCD Panel factory to challenge Samsung and reduce reliance on Apple.
Tips for Retirees to Deal with Falling Stocks and Bonds
The markets' slide particularly hurts retirees, who may have to sell some of their stocks and bonds to finance spending.
Alphabet CEO Pichai Continues to Sound Alarm About the Economy
The parent company of Google and Youtube is preparing for a sharp deterioration in the health of the economy.