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European stock markets slip on Thursday amid lackluster economic data from the eurozone economy.
U.S. stock futures rise Wednesday after Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen says the central bank will move slowly to raise interest rates.
European stocks rise on Wednesday, taking their cue from Tuesday's Wall Street gains following dovish remarks from Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen.
European stocks move higher on Wednesday as oil prices rise and China's premier expresses confidence in the world's No. 2 economy,
U.S. stock futures post slight gains Friday as Wall Street prepares for the monthly U.S. jobs report.
U.S. stock futures are rising Friday as investors consider higher-than-expected GDP growth and mull the likelihood of a global economic stimulus stemming from the G20 meeting in Shanghai.
European stocks rose on Friday amid hopes that G20 policy makers meeting in Shanghai would take action to spur growth.
U.S. stock futures are edging higher heading into a major day for earnings, as investors await initial jobless claims data and durable goods order numbers.
European stocks shrug off a slump in China even as crude oil falls again.
U.S. stock futures decline early Thursday while European stocks edge higher ahead of a European Central Bank meeting.
European stocks make a tentative recovery Thursday morning after more carnage in Asia, as investors look to commentary later Thursday from European Central Bank Chief Mario Draghi.
European stocks were following Asia higher in a quiet post-Christmas trading session.
China's taking advantage of cheap oil to boost consumer spending, which is making air pollution there worse. For investors, there are ways to play both the problem and the solution.
These are a combination of high definition (or better) flat-screen TVs with built-in Internet access for added programming choices.
U.S. stock futures are sinking on the first day of trading after a starkly weak jobs report.
As demand for home air purifiers rises in polluted China, foreign appliance manufacturers and their investors are making money on consumer angst.
Sharp (SHCAY) was selected by SoftBank (SFTBF) and its U.S. unit, Sprint (S), as their partner to develop low-cost smartphones.
Today, Sharp Electronics Corporation announced the launch of Sharp's SmartStorage energy solution, which is immediately available throughout California and will be expanded to other states in the second half of 2014.
Sharp (SHCAY) wants to bolster its depleted finances by increasing profits and not through a public share offering, according to company president Kozo Takahashi.
Apple (AAPL) is looking to buy chipmaker Renesas SP Drivers to improve the image sharpness and battery life of future iPhones.
More Chinese are fighting the nation's pollution with water and air purifiers, which helps the companies that make them.
PC manufacturer Dell plans to sue Sharp, Hitachi, Toshiba, Seiko Epson and HannStar for the suspected price fixing of LCD (liquid crystal displays) displays.
Consumer trends away from big-ticket flat-screen TVs and recent legal woes raise red flags with this LCD screen manufacturer.