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The demand for smart phones and connectivity from everyday products will continue to grow, especially this year, said Qualcomm CEO Paul Jacobs.
In an interview from the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, Paul Jacobs, Chairman & CEO of Qualcomm, discusses how mobile technology is changing the face of the tech world.
Analysts at Citi benched a major player in their latest ranking of so-called world champion stocks.
Qualcomm's stock is higher after being added to Nomura's U.S. "conviction buy list." Nomura's analyst Romit Shah, offers insight.
TheStreet.com details how three funds have achieved top results by sticking with high-quality companies that dominate niches and can grow year after year.
HP's reportedly hard at work creating a new Android tablet. TheStreet.com reports.
The Dow and S&P 500 gained to finish at five-year highs in choppy trading Tuesday, ahead of President Barack Obama's State of the Union address later this evening.
Don't expect the market for smartphones to peak anytime soon, AlphaOne Capital's Dan Niles says.
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One Street.com writer thinks that Qualcomm stock seems cheap at current levels.
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President Obama turned to corporate leaders as he tried to rally support for comprehensive immigration reform.
One analyst thinks the tech company is now a less compelling opportunity for value investors.
Jim Cramer’s researcher, Nicole Urken, takes a look at what Apple vs Amazon says about investing in the tech sector.
Qualcomm's strong earnings should come as no surprise, given that that the company is a dominant force in the smartphone market.
It's good that BlackBerry wants to lead the Internet of Things, but that won't sell enough BlackBerry things to impress investors.
Sharp rebounded to a third-quarter operating profit on Friday, improving the bailed-out consumer electroncs maker's chances of convincing lenders and shareholders that it is a viable company.