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  • Trading the Apple Watch: 5 tech plays Monday, 9 Mar 2015 | 6:51 PM ET
    The Apple logo is illuminated in red at the Apple Store on 5th Avenue in New York.

    CNBC "Fast Money" traders saw promise in stocks other than Apple as the tech giant unveiled its smartwatch and other new devices.

  • After-hours buzz: Urban Outfitters, Casey's & more Monday, 9 Mar 2015 | 5:19 PM ET
    Traders on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, December 1, 2014.

    Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Monday: Urban Outfitters, Qualcomm, Casey's & more.

  • Qualcomm's $15 billion buyback; Traders say buy   Monday, 9 Mar 2015 | 5:12 PM ET
    Qualcomm's $15 billion buyback; Traders say buy

    Qualcomm will return $15 billion to shareholders in a share repurchase program, with the "Fast Money" traders.

  • Qualcomm also raised its quarterly dividend to 48 cents per share from 42 cents, effective March 25. The new buyback plan replaces the previous program, which had $2.1 billion authorization remaining, Qualcomm said. Qualcomm said on Monday it would continue to return at least 75 percent of its free cash flow to shareholders annually.

  • *Alcoa to buy RTI International for $1.5 bln. Alcoa Inc said it would buy RTI International Metals Inc for $1.5 billion. Alcoa lost 5.4 percent to $13.70 while RTI jumped 39.3 percent to $38.00.

  • March 9- Chipmaker Qualcomm Inc said it would buy back up to $15 billion of shares and raise its quarterly dividend. Qualcomm will buy back up to $10 billion in the next 12 months, the company said on Monday. Qualcomm said its quarterly dividend would rise to 48 cents per share from 42 cents from March 25.

  • Qualcomm announces $15B buyback Monday, 9 Mar 2015 | 4:01 PM ET
    Qualcomm signage and a shadow of CEO Steve Mollenkopf

    Qualcomm said it will purchase $10 billion worth of stock over the next 12 months, and it will also raise its dividend by 14 percent.

  • Qualcomm announces $15 billion buyback   Monday, 9 Mar 2015 | 4:01 PM ET
    Qualcomm announces $15 billion buyback

    Qualcomm will return $15 billion to shareholders in a share repurchase program, reports CNBC's David Faber.

  • All eyes on Apple's Cook as Watch launch expected Monday, 9 Mar 2015 | 7:00 AM ET

    SAN FRANCISCO, March 9- Apple Inc Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook on Monday is expected to announce details of the first product developed under his leadership, a watch that Apple hopes will transform the market of wearable technology. Companies, including Samsung Electronics Co Ltd, LG Electronics Inc, Huawei Technologies Co Ltd and Qualcomm Inc,...

  • SAN FRANCISCO/ NEW YORK, March 6- Avago Technologies Ltd may be one of the pacesetters among companies looking to make a purchase in the semiconductor industry after its advanced talks last month to acquire Freescale Semiconductor Ltd fell through. Demand for cheaper chips and new products to power Internet-connected gadgets is expected to drive chip...

  • These 10 stocks could be due for a shake-up this year Wednesday, 4 Mar 2015 | 11:02 AM ET
    Exxon Mobil

    Data from eVestment show which stocks are poised to make a big run in 2015, based on the names institutional investors have already been trading.

  • 5 ways to trade tech on Nasdaq slip Tuesday, 3 Mar 2015 | 6:59 PM ET
    The share price of Facebook stock is seen at the Nasdaq stock market in New York.

    The tech-heavy Nasdaq couldn't hold 5,000 on Tuesday, but CNBC "Fast Money" traders saw upside in some key technology names.

  • TOKYO, March 3- Embattled Japanese electronics maker Sharp Corp is preparing to seek aid from its two main lenders, a source with direct knowledge of the matter said, in what would be its second bailout in three years despite extensive restructuring. Fierce competition from Apple Inc, Samsung Electronics Co as well as cheaper Chinese makers has hammered Japan's...

  • Cramer: Why the NXP Semi deal is a game changer Monday, 2 Mar 2015 | 6:41 PM ET
    An electronic/semiconductor.

    Jim Cramer thinks the deal announced between NXP and Freescale Semi could drive this industry to new heights. Time to buy more NXP?

  • Responding to a growing market in China for low-cost handsets often priced below $100, Intel announced plans for the chip, code named Sofia, in late 2013 at a meeting with investors. As well as smartphones, the Sofia chip fills a gap in Intel's lineup of chips for tablets. In a costly strategy that elevated Intel to the No 2 spot in tablet chip market share, Intel last...

  • NEW YORK, March 2- Honeywell International Inc said on Monday it has teamed up with satellite internet startup OneWeb Ltd to expand the high-speed data services it offers to aircraft. Honeywell already supplies some services through satellite providers such as Iridium Communications Inc and Inmarsat Plc. But the faster speeds and low latency that OneWeb...

  • DETROIT, March 2- Qualcomm Inc, a maker of smartphone chips and software, unveiled on Monday fourth-generation LTE modems that will enable cars to stay better-connected wirelessly to cloud-based services via the Web. Qualcomm's Snapdragon X12 and X5 modems are designed to be embedded in cars and work with owners' mobile devices to access a variety of Internet...

  • *Key launch in fight to stay No.1 vs Apple. SEOUL/ BARCELONA, March 2- South Korea's Samsung Electronics Co Ltd unveiled its latest Galaxy S smartphones, featuring a slim body made from aircraft-grade metal, in a bid to reclaim the throne of undisputed global smartphone leader from Apple Inc.. "We listen to our customers and we learn from our missteps," J.K. Shin,...

  • *Key launch in fight to stay No.1 vs Apple. SEOUL/ BARCELONA, March 1- Samsung Electronics Co Ltd unveiled its latest Galaxy S smartphones featuring a slim body made from aircraft-grade metal, in a bid to reclaim the throne of undisputed global smartphone leader from Apple Inc.. By some estimates, Apple surpassed Samsung as the world's biggest smartphone maker...

  • The powerful $75 smartphone is coming Friday, 27 Feb 2015 | 1:52 PM ET
    Young girl on smart phone

    Companies like Sony and Motorola have rolled out high-powered smartphones at low costs, creating competition for giants like Apple.