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Investors will be looking to see how the iPhone 7 sold a few weeks after release and what guidance will be for Apple's holiday quarter.
Apple reports quarterly earnings after the close on Tuesday poised for a positive reaction given positive technical charts.
Samsung (SSNLF) had to stop production of its Galaxy Note 7 smartphone, originally received rave reviews, because customers complained about it overheating or exploding.
Tech giants, Big Pharma and insurers are all angling to profit from the $3 trillion-plus U.S. healthcare market.
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Reviews for Google's high-end smartphones have been very positive, and pre-orders appear strong. Strong sales could move the needle even for a company as large as Google.
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Skyworks has good momentum and Herman Miller is sitting pretty, say Jim Cramer.
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Seventh in global market share, Hankook soon will increase production in the U.S.
The Intel and Samsung supplier misses third-quarter profit estimates, but a bullish outlook lifts shares.
European investors are looking for market direction Wednesday following mixed earnings and ongoing economic concerns.
Samsung (SSNLF) is setting up exchange booths at airports worldwide where Galaxy Note 7 owners can switch their phone out for one that won't overheat or explode.
Macy's continues to add new shops in a bid to thwart online competition.
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The Nikkei 225 ekes out modest gains as Asian markets close in the red.
Samsung said it expects to lose at least $5.3 billion thanks to its flammable Samsung Galaxy note 7.
Google's Nexus may have been bit of a flop, but the the tech giant has more factors working in its favor with the new Pixel phones.
Recode Executive Editor Kara Swisher told CNBC Friday that Samsung has to figure out the issue with the Galaxy Note 7's battery before it makes a new phone.
Consistency and discipline are two values this market has sorely lacked in 2016, Cramer says.
Samsung knows it messed up with the Galaxy Note 7 and it's willing to pay for its problems.
TSMC's dip on Thursday in response to good results and guidance suggests a lot of good news about the iPhone 7 has already been priced in to the stock.
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The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission says 1.9 million Note 7s have been recalled after reports of burns and property damage.
Imports give up August's gains, while exports plummet by 10%.
As Samsung pulls the plug on its Galaxy Note 7 devices, the upside may be somewhat limited for other high-end smartphone makers.