Samsung Electronics reported operating profit of $4.5 billion after its components business helped offset the hit to the mobile unit.
Markets know that Samsung will be hurt by its recall, the question is how it will turn things around, says Susquehanna Financial Group's Mehdi Hosseini.
The WTA's Steve Simon talks about how shorter tennis matches might become the norm in the future and how analytics are used to engage tennis fans.
Ginni Rometty, president and CEO of IBM, talks about how IBM's AI-powered Watson technology will be reaching a billion consumers by the end of next year.
Low levels of bad debt and declining costs should augur well for NAB's performance in the years to come, says Morningstar Australasia's David Ellis.
Boeing's results will put some confidence into investor sentiment on the industrial sector, says Canaccord Genuity's Ken Herbert.
Tesla had a strong showing but it did so after a bout of cost-cutting, says The Motley Fool's Daniel Sparks.
Markets have been pessimistic and range-bound even though economic data haven't been all that bad, says FACTS AM's Jordan Kimmel.
Nintendo slumped to an operating loss in first half of fiscal 2017 due to a slowdown in sales and a stronger yen.
However, things aren't likely to get any better as the peak auto cycle in the U.S. is over, says Consumer Edge Research's Jamie Albertine.
A strong yen and Nintendo's sale of the Seattle Mariners are factors likely to affect its profits, says Jefferies' Atul Goyal.
Kavin Bharti Mittal, CEO of Hike Messenger, talks about the Internet start-up space in India and his plans in the future.
The Motley Fool's Evan Niu talks about why Google's new smartphone is not much of a threat and why Apple stands to benefit from Samsung's Note 7 woes.
Lower guidance in consumer discretionary stocks led investors to seek defensive positions, says The Private Client Reserve of U.S. Bank's Eric Wiegand.
Japan's largest IPO this year, Kyushu Railway, turned out to be just the ticket for yield-starved investors, taking the fast track higher on Tuesday.
Chinese leaders are holding a secretive meeting now as Xi Jinping sets out to consolidate power and enforce his stance against graft.
Japanese PM Shinzo Abe is set to manage a delicate balancing act, as he hosts Philippine President Duterte and his raft of foreign policy objectives.
Kyushu Railway is valued at $4 billion and will also be the biggest IPO of a public entity since Japan Post was listed in 2015.
Kyushu Railway is not just a transportation business but a real estate play, says Peter Boardman, MD at NWQ Investment Management Company.
Concern over the regulatory climate has impacted sentiment over the AT&T-Time Warner merger, says Barclays' Amir Rozwadowski.
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