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WASHINGTON, Feb 1- President Barack Obama's fiscal 2016 budget proposes a 19 percent tax on U.S. companies future foreign earnings and a one-time 14 percent tax on roughly $2 trillion of profits being held offshore, the White House said on Sunday. The White House has long been critical of practices by U.S. companies that it views as avoiding tax responsibilities...
Apple Inc s fell $1.74 or 1.5 percent, to $117.16. Hewlett Packard Co. fell $1.61 or 4.3 percent, to $36.13. International Business Machines Corp. fell $2.17 or 1.4 percent, to $153.31.
Joe Terranova, "Halftime Report" trader and chief market strategist at Virtus Investment Partners, is adding another energy company to his portfolio.
Apple Inc s rose$. 52 or. 4 percent, to $119.42. Hewlett Packard Co. fell $1.23 or 3.3 percent, to $36.51. International Business Machines Corp. fell $1.13 or. 7 percent, to $154.35.
Apple Inc. fell 1.5 percent to $117.16 with 80,349,500 shares traded. Cisco Systems Inc. fell 3.1 percent to $26.37 with 36,689,600 shares traded. Comcast Corp. fell 1.3 percent to $53.15 with 26,451,000 shares traded.
Some of Friday's midday movers:
Jay Z wants to grow his empire by buying a streaming music business, and that puts him in direct competition with Spotify and Apple's Beats.
Hip-hop star Jay-Z is buying a Scandinavian music streaming company to add to an empire that has spanned clothing and sports bars.
Apple Inc s rose$. 72 or. 6 percent, to $119.62. Hewlett Packard Co. fell$. 75 or 2.0 percent, to $36.99. International Business Machines Corp. fell $1.37 or. 9 percent, to $154.11.
Shortly after the opening on Friday the company's share price traded above $120. It's previous high had been $119.
James Stewart, Columnist/CNBC Contributor, The New York Times, discusses the market cap of Apple and compares it to Microsoft. How did Apple become twice as big as the Redmond giant?
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Analysts are predicting Standard & Poor's 500 companies will see no earnings growth at all in the first quarter of 2015. Here's why.
Richard Kramer, managing partner at Arete, talks about U.S. earnings in terms of tech. Expect comments on Alibaba, Amazon, Facebook and Google.
SAN FRANCISCO— Google has turned into a stock market laggard as the shift to mobile devices has lowered the Internet search leader's digital ad prices and the company's expensive investments in far-out technology has trimmed its profit margins. Those factors have left some investors wondering what Google might do to boost its stock price, especially after...
TOKYO, Jan 30- Asian shares wavered between positive and negative territory on Friday, as a late earnings-led surge on Wall Street helped counter persistent concerns over global growth and sagging Chinese shares. Spreadbetters predicted the U.S. lustre would rub off on European bourses when they opened, with Britain's FTSE 100 expected to open up around 19...
Gmail has become difficult to use in China, and in recent weeks the authorities have gummed up Astrill, which circumvents the Internet restrictions. The New York Times reports.
TOKYO, Jan 30- Asian shares edged up on Friday, talking heart from a late earnings-led surge on Wall Street even as continuing concerns about global growth tempered gains. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan was up about 0.1 percent on the day, but up more than 1 percent for the month. On Thursday, major U.S. indexes surged almost 1 percent or...
*SoftBank bucks weakness after Alibaba's revenue disappoints. TOKYO, Jan 30- Japan's Nikkei share average rose on Friday as strong company earnings in the United States and at home from the likes of Nomura Holdings and Advantest Corp buoyed investors' risk appetite. Nomura Holdings Inc rose 3.1 percent after reporting the biggest jump in its quarterly profits...
MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan was nearly flat in early trade. On Thursday, major U.S. indexes surged almost 1 percent or more as Apple Inc and Boeing Co extended their gains after strong earnings reports this week. Data released before the market open showed the availability of jobs in Japan rose to the highest level in more than two...