|Bid||4.490 x 0|
|Ask||4.500 x 0|
|Day's Range||4.490 - 4.530|
|52 Week Range||4.100 - 5.400|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||11.92|
|Dividend & Yield||0.03 (6.45%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
The ThinkPad laptop debuted 25 years ago. To celebrate, Lenovo brought the engineer who helped make it to the company's Morrisville Americas headquarters last week. Arimasa Naitoh, Lenovo Fellow and vice president of Lenovo’s PC and Smart Devices business unit, has been called the “father of ThinkPad.” It was under Naitoh’s direction, in a small lab in Japan in the 1990s, that the laptop was born.
How does a business full of engineers sell products in a manner that appeals to your average Joe but doesn't alienate hard-core fans?
Amazon’s decision to open a second headquarters in North America could create a host of new strategic and managerial issues for the company, experts say.
Lenovo Group Ltd. has reached a tentative $3.5 million settlement to resolve accusations that it had installed on some consumer laptops a type of ad-injecting software that could give criminals a way to ...
A technology company will pay $3.5 million and change how it sells laptop computers as part of a settlement reached with federal officials and 32 states. The agreement with Lenovo announced Tuesday settles ...
The Latest on a tech firm agreeing to pay $3.5 million to settle complaints about software it preloaded on laptops (all times local): 6:25 p.m. A technology company that has agreed to pay $3.5 million ...
Lenovo Inc, a major laptop maker, has agreed to pay $3.5 million and make changes in how it sells laptops in order to settle allegations it sold devices with pre-loaded software that compromised users' security protections. The agreement with Connecticut, the Federal Trade Commission and 31 other states was announced on Tuesday. The software, called VisualDiscovery, was installed on hundreds of thousands of laptops beginning in August 2014 in order to deliver pop-up advertisements.
AMD has been rolling out the company’s latest products in what seems to be a nonstop cadence. One thing that was missing from AMD’s lineup of all these desktop products was their line of commercial processor specifically designed to meet business needs. Well, the OEMs showed up.
It uses Lenovo's new Mirage augmented reality headset and is compatible with Android and Apple's iOS.
Lenovo Group Ltd., which breathed new life into IBM’s personal-computer business, bet that it could do the same with mobile phones and data centers. Now, it’s beginning to look like that gamble is dragging ...
Investors are giving up on Lenovo Group Ltd., the Chinese firm that muscled its way on to the global technology stage through purchases of IBM’s PC division and the Motorola smartphone business.
China's biggest PC seller said chip prices will continue to rise for the rest of the year and could force it into a price hike.
Chinese personal computer maker Lenovo Group Ltd warned of higher costs and margin pressure due to shortages of components like memory chips, as it posted its first quarterly loss in almost two years on Friday. It was the company's first quarterly loss since September 2015 and lagged analysts' average forecast of a $5.29 million profit, sending the stock down as much as 5 percent to a year-low of HK$4.52 during Friday morning trade. The outlook for the rest of the year was challenging as component shortages would dive costs higher, possibly forcing the company to raise its selling price to protect margins, executives said.
A supply squeeze in memory chips is hampering Lenovo Group’s turnaround strategy, pushing the PC and phone maker to its first quarterly loss in nearly two years.