Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx said Sunday that his counterparts in the Group of Seven nations welcomed U.S. guidelines on regulating self-driving cars and have agreed to work together on creating such standards to maintain safety. Foxx and other transportation officials from the G-7 met over the weekend in the Japanese resort town of Karuizawa.
Traders are loving Intel more, according to data showing an increase in bullish mentions of the stock on Twitter.
"Fast Money" trader Dan Nathan shares his bullish bet on Intel.
Susquehanna initiates coverage on Intel with a positive rating.
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Tech investor Paul Meeks thinks investors should dump shares of Intel at these levels. Here's why.
Swan joins the chipmaker from private equity firm General Atlantic and will report to Chief Executive Brian Krzanich.
Stocks closed mostly flat after a choppy session, with telecommunications lagging.
CNBC's Courtney Reagan reports the latest on Intel, including the company's announcement that Bob Swan will take over as CFO. David Winters, Wintergreen Advisers CEO, weighs in.
Salesforce is preparing to roll out technology called Einstein that will add artificial intelligence across its software.
Apple's HR chief has moved to address sexism and diversity challenges at its headquarters, Recode reports.
Oracle Corp., down $1.94 to $38.92. Novovax Inc., down $7.05 to $1.29. Deutsche Bank AG, down $1.38 to $13.38.
The “Fast Money” traders discuss the trade on Intel amid its stocks rallying after raising third-quarter guidance.
Funds that track semiconductor companies were pacing for their best week since at least May 27 kicking off Friday's session.
Stocks closed lower as investors digested key inflation data and looked ahead to next week's Federal Reserve meeting.
Stephen Weiss of Short Hills Capital Partners reviews the main factors driving stocks and how investors should be positioned for next week.
The "Fast Money Halftime Report" traders and Stephanie Link, TIAA Global Asset Management, discuss the trade on Apple, with its stock on track for its best week in five years.
Cramer says Intel's CEO underestimated demand for PCs after the company raised its revenue outlook for the third quarter.
NEW YORK— Intel said Friday that it sees signs of improving demand for personal computers, and the chipmaker now expects to make more revenue in the current quarter than it previously expected. Intel has been trying to grow other segments, such as its data center management unit. On Friday, Intel said it now expects third-quarter revenue of $15.6 billion, plus or...
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