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Apple Inc. fell. 6 percent to $100.11 with 47,428,000 shares traded. Cisco Systems Inc. rose. 5 percent to $25.12 with 28,319,800 shares traded. Facebook Inc. rose. 3 percent to $79.00 with 32,487,000 shares traded.
BOSTON, Sept 26- Palo Alto Networks Inc's flagship next-generation security firewall ranks as the least effective in a new test of such equipment by NSS Labs, results that surprised some analysts because the product is widely considered an industry leader.
Apple Inc. rose 2.9 percent to $100.75 with 60,787,100 shares traded. BlackBerry Ltd. rose 4.7 percent to $10.26 with 42,772,900 shares traded. ChinaNet Online Holdings Inc. rose 29.4 percent to $3.48 with 22,825,000 shares traded.
SANTA CLARA, Calif.— Intel will pay up to $1.5 billion for a 20 percent state in a Chinese venture that will design and make Intel- branded chips for mobile phones and other electronics. Intel is also attempting to become a tougher competitor in the mobile chip business, which it has been unable to dominate the way it has desktop and laptop computers.
BEIJING/ SAN FRANCISCO, Sept 26- Intel Corp said it will pay as much as $1.5 billion for a 20 percent stake in two mobile chipmakers with ties to the Chinese government, in the hopes of catching up in a smartphone chip industry dominated by rival Qualcomm Inc..
Apple Inc. fell 3.8 percent to $97.87 with 97,707,200 shares traded. BlackBerry Ltd. fell 6.8 percent to $9.80 with 30,213,600 shares traded. Cisco Systems Inc. fell 1.8 percent to $24.54 with 26,636,700 shares traded.
Apple Inc. fell. 9 percent to $101.75 with 55,994,400 shares traded. BlackBerry Ltd. fell. 5 percent to $10.51 with 27,867,500 shares traded. Cisco Systems Inc. rose 1.1 percent to $24.98 with 18,730,200 shares traded.
Apple Inc. rose 1.6 percent to $102.64 with 61,668,300 shares traded. BlackBerry Ltd. fell 3.4 percent to $10.56 with 21,150,700 shares traded. Cisco Systems Inc. fell 1.1 percent to $24.70 with 18,139,300 shares traded.
Apple Inc. rose. 1 percent to $101.06 with 50,126,900 shares traded. ChinaNet Online Holdings Inc. rose 62.8 percent to $3.19 with 36,915,600 shares traded. Cisco Systems Inc. fell. 9 percent to $24.97 with 20,807,700 shares traded.
Apple Inc. fell. 8 percent to $100.96 with 62,126,100 shares traded. ChinaNet Online Holdings Inc. rose 92.2 percent to $1.96 with 22,262,700 shares traded. Cisco Systems Inc. fell. 1 percent to $25.20 with 40,878,100 shares traded.
Apple Inc. rose. 2 percent to $101.79 with 35,902,100 shares traded. Facebook Inc. rose. 7 percent to $77.00 with 22,472,500 shares traded. Gilead Sciences Inc. rose 2.0 percent to $105.93 with 16,071,400 shares traded.
Microsoft laid off 2,100 employees as a part of a previously announced restructuring plan.
STOCKHOLM, Sept 18- Ericsson, the world's biggest mobile network equipment maker, is winding down its modem business, shutting a loss-making unit with the departure of about 1,000 staff.
Erin Collins of Freeport this week took over 99- year-old Haven's Candies in Westbrook, which counts Intel and HBO among its customers. The 36- year-old Collins, who spent the last 15 years in the financial services industry, tells the Portland Press Herald her new venture is a real honor.
Microsoft announced the smallest percentage increase in its dividend since 2009 and appointed new directors to replace two board members.
Lost in the chatter about the inflating tech bubble is an important detail: Most of technology's most notable names aren't participating.
U.S. stocks closed down on Friday, breaking five weeks of consecutive gains as investors awaited the Federal Reserve's announcement next Wednesday.
Stocks cut losses to close mixed on Thursday as geopolitical tensions lingered ahead of consumer data.
NEW YORK, Sept 11- Verizon Communications Inc plans to launch an Internet-based television service in the first half of next year, its chief executive said on Thursday, in a move intended to shake up traditional cable and satellite TV services. In January, Verizon bought an Intel Corp venture to create a web-based TV service.
Vestager will have to take on powerful companies such as U.S. internet giant Google, Russia's Gazprom and a clutch of banks suspected of rigging the foreign exchange markets.