Qualcomm ( QCOM) makes money primarily by selling CDMA chipsets to mobile phone manufacturers such as Apple ( AAPL), Nokia ( NOK), Samsung and Motorola ( MOT), and by charging a royalty to mobile manufacturers on every phone sold.
The chipmaker's timely R&D investments position it for strong long-term gains.
While the chip giant ups its forecast in response to better-than-expected PC sales, an iPhone 7 teardown indicates several Intel chips are going into some models.
Teva and Intel will develop a wearable device that monitors they symptoms of patients with Huntington disease.
Each of these high-quality dividend stocks was down at least 4% last week. The group has an average high yield near 3% and scores high in terms of dividend safety.