Ten leading money men and women have agreed to give investors access to their three best ideas this week. Here are the participants so far and their picks.» Read More
The cable industry is assembling in Las Vegas for a major convention, where competition, convergence and content are the buzz words.
It's the "usual suspects" holding down the top three spots on Trading With The Stars. Jonathan Tucker and a very active Stephen Collins maintain a status quo by holding the first two positions. Jonathan has not made any transactions except for bonus bucks since 4/23, and Stephen had been active buying and selling and getting big gains on Advanced Energy--balanced by losses in C-Cor. James Cromwell continues to hold 3rd place.
Stocks ended mixed but the Dow closed at another record high as earnings continued to exceed expectations. "We were all expecting some kind of pullback but it's just one of those moves that you can't pinpoint with any single piece of data," said Mike Driscoll, managing director of listed trading at Bear Stearns.
Paul Jacobs, Qualcomm’s chief executive officer, told CNBC’s “Morning Call” that he believes the cell phone morph itself into a payment device, eventually making your old-fashioned leather wallet obsolete.
Wireless technology and chip developer Qualcomm posted a higher quarterly profit as revenue rose on strong demand for its mobile phone chips. Excluding its investment arm and other items, Qualcomm said its profit for the fiscal second quarter ended April 1 rose 22% to 50 cents a share and revenue rose 21% to $2.22 billion.
McDonald's, Tata Motors, Qualcomm, GigaMedia and more...Investing can be confusing. Luckily, Cramer has mapped out some road rules for all you Home Gamers trying to navigate the jungle that is Wall Street. Think of it as "Mad Money 101" –- some fundamental advice to keep in mind as you play the market. Whether you're a first time investor or a seasoned financier, it's always good to remember the basics.
Qualcomm said on Tuesday it had filed two new lawsuits in the United States against Nokia, the world's largest mobile phone maker, alleging infringement of five patents.
The launch of Apple’s sleek new iPhone may still be months away, but it already is dialing up the competition in the mobile communications industry, and creating new opportunities for investors.
Broadcom said on Thursday that a U.S. court had adopted a jury finding that rival Qualcomm had violated its duty to disclose patents to an industry standards body and therefore waived its rights to enforce two patents related to video compression.
Nokia, the world's largest maker of mobile phones, said Monday that it filed complaints against wireless technology company Qualcomm in Germany and the Netherlands.
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Qualcomm raised its forecast for fiscal second-quarter earnings and revenue on Tuesday, citing stronger-than-expected worldwide demand for products based on its CDMA mobile phone technology.
Texas Instruments narrowed earnings guidance and tightened sales expectations for the fiscal first quarter. The semiconductor company said after Monday's close that it expects fiscal first-quarter earnings to range from 29 cents to 33 cents a share, compared with earlier guidance of 28 to 34 cents.
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Qualcomm Inc said it has agreed with Broadcom Corp to dismiss their respective claims over four patents, preventing the need for a trial that was scheduled to begin on March 5.
Will Sirius' Howard Stern find true love with XM's Opie & Anthony? Blair Levin, managing director at Stifel Nicolaus (and former chief of staff at the FCC) told CNBC's Liz Claman he is "cautiously optimistic" that the satellite radio merger will be approved -- thanks to new technology.
Microsoft is busy pushing its entertainment offerings. The tech company's new secret weapon in selling digital downloads to play on a cell phone or other devices is a new digital rights management technology called PlayReady. The upside for consumers: content purchased for one mobile device isn't limited to just that gadget. Users can register several devices to share content. This is a rather controversial approach, but could really catch on eventually.
Qualcomm reported earnings of 43 cents a share, just above analysts' estimates, but results were mixed as quarterly sales came in at $2.02 billion, below forecasts.
Citigroup's Tobias Levkovich has released his top picks for '07. Here are the hints to the stocks he liked--that you may have heard on "Squawk on the Street": 1) your parents were wrong; TV is good for you, 2) another of his favorites can be found in the mall, 3) the real little engines that could. Think you know which ones Levkovich likes? See if you guessed right...