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The PC market is about to be flooded with Chromebooks that can run Android apps. Android's popularity and other factors make this a big threat to Microsoft's Windows business.
One company could be a loser.
Verizon has the largest post-paid subscriber base in the U.S., but can it keep growing its digital business and fend off hungry rivals?
Reminder: tech owes a lot to its arrogant past.
With an emphasis on creating U.S. jobs, could the iPhone maker and Foxconn bring a $7 billion plant to the U.S.?
Sprint spent a reported $200 million for a stake in the music streaming app Jay Z bought in 2015 for $56 million.
Ignore the political rhetoric and check your emotions at the market door.
Here's how to trade seven of the most active stocks on the market Monday.
Apple followed up on the FTC suit filed against Qualcomm for anti-competitive behavior with its own complaint.
Apple is already partly relying on Intel for its iPhone modem needs. The company's lawsuit against its other modem supplier could pave the way for a deeper Intel partnership.
Jim Cramer responds to the latest news about Qualcomm, which continues to slide.
To move beyond reopening North American-shale drilling operations and actually increase investment by oil producers, prices would likely to need to rise to $60 or more, said CFO Jeff Bornstein.
Qualcomm's mounting lawsuits could spell trouble for its planned acquisition of the Dutch chipmaker, Nomura analysts say.
Apple, Microsoft, Cisco, Oracle and Alphabet alone have more than $500 billion stashed offshore.
President Trump's agenda to renegotiate NAFTA and end the Affordable Care Act could create volatility in the market, according to Real Money contributor Stephen Guilfoyle.
The company is gaining momentum from smartphone, automotive and Internet of Things products.
This ballgame will not be like the old ballgame. That's why we wear helmets.
U.S. stock futures point lower Monday and European stocks decline after Donald Trump stirs up fears of protectionism in his presidential inauguration speech on Friday.
Foxconn, an Apple supplier, may open a manufacturing hub in the U.S.
Cramer shares his views on why Donald Trump is pretty much exactly what he was advertised as, and muses on Skyworks Solutions' climb.
Cramer shares his views on the cost of being a 'fundamentalist,' and what the real story is behind the railroad stocks.
Doug Kass shares his thoughts on buying retail, and discusses why he's favoring the short side in a big way.
The idea of buying American and hiring American is good news for defense, ag and energy stocks, says Jim Cramer.
In highlights from this week's trading diary and posts, Kass tells us about how the first day of the Trump Era went, and explains how he feels about brick-and-mortar retailers.
Like Qualcomm's disputes with regulators, the company's legal battle with Apple is complex and could take time to unfold. That could pave the way for a stronger Apple-Intel partnership.
The dispute follows on the heels of a suit filed by the FTC, and an $853 million fine levied on Qualcomm by South Korea's antitrust authority. Shares fell 2.4%.
Inauguration draws markets' focus: What happens next? In the portfolio, we add to 2 positions and trim a third.