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If investors believe that GoPro will keep selling millions of cameras then which publicly traded companies could benefit?
*Wisconsin Energy to buy Integrys for $9.1 bln. *ParkerVision plummets on its heaviest-ever volume. "Right now we're digesting last week's gains and keeping an eye on all the economic data that's coming out this week," said Leo Grohowski, who oversees more than $184 billion in client assets as chief investment officer at BNY Mellon Wealth Management in New York.
*ParkerVision falls as much as 76 percent, plans appeal. June 23- A U.S. federal judge overturned a jury verdict that had required chipmaker Qualcomm Inc to pay ParkerVision Inc $173 million for infringing patents for technology used in smartphones. Shares of ParkerVision, which designs wireless chips, plunged as much as 76 percent on Monday.
*Wisconsin Energy to buy Integrys for $9.1 bln. Financial data firm Markit's Composite Purchasing Managers' Index for the euro zone fell more than expected, though the HSBC/ Markit Flash China Manufacturing Purchasing Managers' Index rose into expansion territory for the first time in six months.
*ParkerVision falls as much as 76 percent, plans appeal. June 23- A federal judge in Florida has overturned a jury verdict that had ordered Qualcomm Inc to pay ParkerVision Inc $173 million for infringing patents for technology used in smartphones. Shares of ParkerVision plunged as much as 76 percent in morning trading on Monday.
WebMD will launch Healthy Target, a service that collects data from wearables to offer up personalized health content and tips.
A combination of choppy markets and mixed investment successes promise to make this year's "Delivering Alpha" conference colorful.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
It's time for the Lightning Round. Cramer makes the call on viewer favorites.
NEW YORK, June 9- When the European Central Bank put its economy-boosting stimulus plan into high gear last week, it sent European stock prices to six-year highs.
Hiring for two new SCE&G reactors underscores the need for replacing retiring nuclear workers in next several years.
The cost-intensive cellular baseband business has been losing market share and has weighed on Broadcom's margins. Broadcom on Monday said it would sell or wind down the business as soon as it could, saving some $700 million annually.
Broadcom said on Monday that selling or winding down the business would likely save $700 million per year. Broadcom is facing stiff competition from companies such as MediaTek Inc and Qualcomm Inc, mainly in China.
Chipmaker Broadcom said it was looking to sell or wind-down of its cellular baseband business.
Far behind rival Qualcomm in mobile devices, the upcoming tablets are the result of Intel Corp's strategy to sell chips this year at a loss in a bid to stake out badly needed market share. Intel is betting that in the future, its customers will keep using Intel chips without the discounts.
Qualcomm CEO Steve Mollenkopf says the growth potential in mobile is huge. At the CODE conference in California, he tells CNBC's Jon Fortt how his company is positioning itself in the developing markets.
CNBC's Jon Fortt speaks to Qualcomm CEO Steve Mollenkopf about the mobile marketplace and wearables. Mollenkopf says this is the beginning of where we can take smartphones and smartphone technology.
If cars are really going to drive themselves one day, the eyes they use to see the road may come from Qualcomm.
Investors, take heed. From Apple to Comcast to Wal-Mart, some of the biggest corporate giants will be in the spotlight Wednesday at the Code Conference.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce, in a private letter sent last month to Secretary of State John Kerry and Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew, urged Washington to get tough with Beijing on its use of anti-competition rules, noting that "concerns among U.S. companies are intensifying."