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WASHINGTON, Nov 5- Three major companies, citing the under-representation of minorities in science and technology fields, are urging the U.S. Supreme Court to uphold affirmative action in university admissions in a closely watched case to be argued next month. Technology services company IBM Corp, chemical manufacturer DuPont and chip maker Intel Corp...
Homes are about to get considerably "smarter." But, like almost everything in today's hyperconnected world, there will be trade-offs.
Companies are getting it wrong when it comes to protecting their data. Here's why, says Ken Levine.
After the Senate passage of CISA, we turned to the Cyber Threat Alliance for some perspective on the bill.
Chances are if you've used some of the most popular Websites, you've used artificial intelligence.
These stocks are falling behind the S&P 500, and one technician says the underperformance is starting to look like 2000 and 2007.
Opportunities still exist in the semiconductor segment, but investors need to tread carefully, "Fast Money" traders said.
U.S. stocks closed lower, but mostly held the prior day's rally, as investors continued to consider the possibility of a December rate hike.
The Chinese Communist Party's decision to do away with the one-child policy will benefit companies that sell baby products market in the country.
Jim Cramer gets to the core of the anxiety behind Apple and the best way to play it going into earnings.
Oracle and Intel are teaming up with a cloud platform in Project Apollo.
Technology shares led the U.S. stock market's recovery this week from its worst correction in four years in August, thanks to gains in Alphabet, Amazon and Microsoft, after the three companies reported better-than-expected earnings results. Shares across Asia, Europe and the Americas all climbed, boosted by Thursday's message from European Central Bank...
Asian stocks put up a mixed performance on Thursday, as investors kept a wary eye on China which recovered from the prior day's sudden sell-off.
LONDON, Oct 21- ARM Holdings, the British chip designer whose technology powers Apple's iPhone, beat market expectations with a 27 percent rise in third-quarter profit and said it was confident it could keep outperforming rivals. It has designed processors for servers and is now making inroads into a market dominated by Intel, which last week cut its growth...
*Intel to start 3 D NAND production in Dalian in 2 H 2016. Oct 21- Intel Corp said it may invest up to $5.5 billion in manufacturing semiconductors in China, stepping up efforts to improve ties with Beijing as it seeks new revenue streams while demand for its core computer processing chips falters. Intel's new investment follows a deal last year to buy 20 percent...
Alcoa and General Electric, among others, joined 13 earlier companies to support "a strong outcome" for upcoming climate negotiations.
Jim Cramer warned investors not to trade stocks based from earnings headlines. That's rolling the dice, which is not a sound strategy.
*Morgan Stanley leads weak results on Monday. Nike, up 2.1 percent, helped the Dow, while gains in Apple and Intel supported all three major indexes. Intel was up 1.7 percent at $33.59, while Apple was up 0.6 percent at $111.73.
U.S. stocks closed narrowly higher, as investors prepare for a deluge of earnings.
Two of the top three largest chipmakers in the world, TSMC and Intel, gave pessimistic signals about the semiconductor industry's fundamentals.