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AMD shares have cooled and were falling slightly in early morning trading Thursday.
Here comes the cash.
AT&T CEO Stephenson said he thinks other major players from across his industry would invest, too.
Samsung reigns supreme in the world's second largest mobile market, but Apple is making its move.
In the fourth quarter Oracle saw a more than 40% year over year growth in its cloud bookings to 855 million.
Retailers are struggling with an industry-wide slowdown in sales and as mall foot traffic drops.
The investment could generate 500 jobs.
The automaker announced plans this week to move some production to China and import to the U.S.
Hospital stocks doing well.
AT&T senior executive VP Bob Quinn said the company is still unsure what final conditions may be needed as part of the approval process.
Other Airline stocks were also gaining on Thursday morning.
The deal could be valued at up to $6 billion following an auction for the office supply retailer.
An investigation into the organic and natural food company's earnings lasted more than a year but found no need for material changes.
There were 147 new orders for Boeing's 737 MAX 10 plane.
JD.com and Alibaba have both invested heavily in offline brick and mortar stores.
Analyst Scot Ciccarelli sees positive momentum even in a tough environment.
Argus sees Southwest's premium as 'deserved' due to its high levels of profitability and its market performance.
Toshiba chose Bain Capital and Japanese government investors to sell the unit to.
The loan will end the Canadian lender's strategic review process.
If granted, Sears Canada says it would like to exit the Companies Creditors Arrangement Act protection as soon as possible in 2017.
This is the second largest U.S. offering overall this year following the March debut of Snap.
For now Cigna will continue to offer individual coverage.
Jiang Guorong will begin his new role in September.
Tesla shares are hot.