Boston Scientific is added to the CNBC IQ 100, an index weighted according to a company's intellectual property, which gives it a strategic advantage over competitors. » Read More
IQ 100 leaders include GE, Callaway Golf and Apple. The laggards include Teva Pharma, DowDupont and Halliburton.
IQ 100 leaders include Bausch Health, Micron and Broadcom. The laggards; TE Connectivity, Altaba and CBS Corp
IQ 100 leaders include Teva Pharma, Deere and Halliburton. The laggards include Cree Inc., Amazon and Altaba.
IQ 100 leaders include Qualcomm, Amazon and Ericsson. the laggards, Seagate, Bausch Health and Cognizant.
The CNBC IQ 100. Today's leaders include Dexcom, Teradyne and LM Ericsson Telefon. the laggards, Teva Pharma, Honda and Caterpillar.
CNBC's IQ 100. Today's leaders include Teva Pharma, Nike and Baker Hughes. The laggards, Xilinx, Intel and Broadcom.
CNBC's IQ 100. Today's leaders include Target, Mondelez and Progressive Insurance. Laggards include Applied Materials, Teradyne and Teva Pharma.
IQ 100 leaders include Seagate, Dexcom and Express Scripts. The laggards, Altaba, Micron and Baker Hughes.
Today's leaders include Express Scripts, DowDuPont and CBS. The laggards, Seagate, Booking Holdings and Deere.
Today's leaders include AT&T, Westrock and Hartford Financial. The laggard's CBS, Bausch and Altaba. For more on the index go to CNBC.com/IQ100.
CNBC IQ 100 leaders, Avery Dennison, Deere and United Technology. The laggards include Whirpool, Halliburton and NCR.
CNBC IQ 100 leaders, Mattel, JP Morgan Chase and Bank of America. The laggards include, Halliburton, Illinois Tool and Micron.
CNBC IQ 100 June 19th. Leaders include Dover Corp, Sonoco and IBM. Today's laggards, Teradyne, Applied Materials and Bausch Health.
Today's IQ 100 leaders are Motorola Solutions, Dexcom and Visa. The laggards are Applied Materials, Micron and Seagate.
Today's leaders Micron, Texas Instruments and Dowdupont. Today's laggards include Mattel, Kimberly-Clark, Callaway Golf.
The leaders, Praxir, Qualcomm and Xilinx. The laggards, Sony, Teva Pharma and Dexcom.
CNBC IQ 100 leaders, Teva Pharma, CBS Corp and Target. The laggards include Xerox, Mattel and Raytheon.
IQ 100 leaders, Express Scripts, Align Tech and Qualcomm. Laggards inlcude, Booking Holdings, Baker Hughes and Sony. For more IQ 100 visit CNBC.com/iq100
Today's leaders include Micron, Baker Hughes and Halliburton. Today's laggards include Honda, Nike and CA Inc. For more on the index go to CNBC.com/iq100
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