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Mobile-device screen maker Japan Display is working to rely less on Apple.
Nokia is licensing its name to HMD Global, which will sell cell phones and eventually smartphones and tablets as it looks to claw back market share with the Nokia name.
Fitbit is reportedly buying rival Pebble for a fraction of what Pebble was offered in 2015. The deal shows how both consumer and investor enthusiasm for wearables has cooled markedly.
Pebble reportedly will sell for $34 million to $40 million, significantly less than its founder hoped for.
The incident would not be the first report of an iPhone suffering the same fate as Samsung's notorious Galaxy Note 7.
GoPro today announced a company-wide restructuring and Black Friday sales figures.
Despite some earlier predictions, Cyber Monday retained its title with a total of $3.45 billion spent, according to Adobe.
New reports show Google's hardware and cloud businesses are starting to move the needle and diversify the company's revenue base. Google Play's growth isn't hurting, either.
The world's largest smartphone maker says it will consider splitting the company in two, listing shares on international exchanges.
Walmart has seen record-setting traffic to its website since Black Friday
Just when you thought the never-ending saga of Election 2016 was over, Jill Stein went and asked for a recount. Luckily, there's Cyber Monday and business news, too.
After feeling heat from activist shareholder Elliott Associates, Samsung will relay its plan to investors Tuesday.
After a great start to the year, a series of exploding products and recalls have caused the company's profits to plunge. Can activist investors change this trend?
U.S. stock futures point lower as crude oil gyrates after Saudi Arabia pulls out of a meeting Monday with Russia and other large non-OPEC producers.
#BlackFriday is trending on Twitter today and consumers, companies and even CEOs took to the social media platform to talk about the shopping event.
The chipmaker's shares weakened recently, offering an entry opportunity.
Amazon is cracking down on 'incentivized' reviews, which have been found to skew the overall rating on certain products.
European stocks are trading cautiously at the open ahead of a key budget statement from U.K. Finance Minister Philip Hammond.
Infineon lifted its 2017 margin forecast to 17% amid the strengthening U.S. dollar.
While ARM-based server processors have been seen as a big threat to Intel, they've made limited headway. Macom's deal to buy AppliedMicro shines a light on this.
Nissan wants to prepare the car parts supplier for rapidly evolving industry.
Eyes on whether the chip maker can maintain growth as more rivals expand through M&As.
The Chinese internet giant rode rapid growth in its mobile game and messaging platform divisions to stellar revenue and earnings gains in the third quarter.
Unlike Google, electronics giant Samsung is not planning to build its own Samsungmobile, which could help its technology gain traction.
Big box retailer Target is lagging, while Walmart is a 'Dog of the Dow.' These charts can help you trade them.
Jim Cramer explains what happened to CVS Health and looks at Harman's big deal with Samsung.
Banks and insurers gain ground, while falling mining stocks weigh on the Australian benchmark.
We're beginning to see the grimmer side of the 'Trump Rally,' says Jim Cramer.