Despite reporting robust second-quarter earnings last week, the value of Apple shares quickly plunged and have struggled to regain momentum.» Read More
With some of the biggest names in the technology industry slated to report earnings this week, the sector could be key to the current stock rally.
Fed Chair Janet Yellen's semiannual congressional testimony this week could be the final hearing of its type in a zero-rate environment.
China's Tsinghua Unigroup may be making a grab for the last U.S. memory chip maker, but the Chinese bidder for Micron is unlikely to gain U.S. approval.
Stacy Rasgon, Bernstein, joins the FMHR traders to discuss the call on Intel.
July 14- China's Tsinghua Unigroup Ltd would need to pay as much as $38 billion to buy Micron Technology Inc, analysts said- assuming that the U.S. government approved the purchase of last U.S. maker of dynamic random access memory chips. China has been expressing strong interest in building up its domestic chip industry, and buying Micron would be a major coup.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Three years after returning a fortune to its early venture investors, Workday is starting its own venture investing group.
Tech company earnings hit this week, and some traders are saying this is the time to bet against the underperforming sector.
The stock market could turn back to domestic matters in the coming week, and some strategists say it may like what it sees.
How Windows 10 and new Intel chips may impact the PC market, with CNBC's Jon Fortt.
U.S. stocks closed mildly higher, giving back more than half of opening gains as investors remained cautious on China and Greece.
IBM has made working versions of new ultradense and powerful computer chips, The New York Times reports.
Technical analyst Todd Gordon explains why the selloff is about to get worse for Intel.
U.S. stocks closed sharply lower as continued concerns about Greece and the extended selloff in the Chinese market weighed on investor sentiment.
U.S. stocks traded sharply lower on Wednesday as continued concerns about Greece and the extended selloff in the Chinese market pressured investor sentiment.
*China slowdown fears have dragged commodities towards 2015 lows. July 7- U.S. stocks ended higher after a choppy session on Tuesday, as a rebound in U.S. oil prices helped offset concerns about a slowdown in China and the Greek debt crisis. "The decline in oil ended," said Stephen Massocca, Chief Investment Officer at Wedbush Equity Management LLC in San Francisco.
*China slowdown fears drag commodities towards 2015 lows. July 7- U.S. stocks reversed early losses and moved higher in choppy trade on Tuesday, as a rebound in U.S. oil prices offset concerns of a slowdown in China and the Greek debt crisis. Oil markets have been keeping a close eye on negotiations between Iran and six major powers over a nuclear deal.
The raging China bear market is tightening its grip on the U.S. stock market, and it may only get worse.
U.S. stocks ended little changed as investors eyed the jobs report and were on edge ahead of Greece's Sunday referendum.
July 2- Intel Corp President Renée James will step down in January to pursue an external chief executive role, Intel Chief Executive Brian Krzanich said in a statement. During her 28 years at Intel, James has held roles of executive vice president and general manager of the software and services group and COO of the chipmaker's online services, data center...