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|Ask||112.00 x 0|
|Day's Range||111.00 - 113.00|
|52 Week Range||78.60 - 122.50|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||13.11|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.00 (0.00%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Wisconsin’s $3 billion bid this summer to land Foxconn Technology Group’s first major U.S. factory looked smaller than that of a neighboring state’s, but included an increasingly popular feature that likely ...
While some expect a pickup after the iPhone X goes on sale in November, others cautioned that phone's high price tag could weigh on demand. The chief executive of Rogers Communication (RCIb.TO), Canada's largest mobile network, on Thursday said appetite for the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus, which went on sale in September, had been "anemic," the latest sign of weak sales for those phones ahead of the Nov. 3 launch of the pricier iPhone X. Verizon Communication Inc's (VZ.N) Chief Financial Officer Matt Ellis said the number of third-quarter phone upgrades fell versus previous years, but that he expected an upgrade surge when the iPhone X is released.
Wisconsin’s efforts to bring a $10 billion Foxconn Technology Group plant to the state has hit a snag, though supporters of the deal said they believe it will still come together.
Foxconn Technology Group and venture firm IDG Capital are seeking to raise a 10 billion yuan ($1.5 billion) fund to seed startups in automotive technologies from self-driving AI to battery development, ...
SHANGHAI/BEIJING (Reuters) - Qualcomm Inc wants to hit Apple Inc where it hurts most: iPhone sales in China - one of its biggest global markets where most of its flagship smartphones are made. The U.S. chipmaker's legal gambit to ban sales and manufacturing of iPhones could cripple global supply of Apple's most important product, legal experts say, but many believe Qualcomm faces a stiff battle to get there. Instead, Qualcomm may be looking to frustrate the tech giant through a lengthy legal fight that could last years in China as it seeks to gain leverage in the firms' global standoff over royalty payments it demands, intellectual property lawyers said.
RACINE, Wis. (AP) — Residents of the southeastern Wisconsin town where Foxconn Technology Group plans a massive display screen plant greeted the announcement Wednesday with excitement about the possible economic boost and wistfulness about how the community's changing landscape.
MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Nonpartisan attorneys for the Wisconsin Legislature are warning that portions of a newly signed law speeding up legal appeals related to a planned flat-screen display factory could be unconstitutional.
STURTEVANT, Wis. (AP) — Gov. Scott Walker signed a $3 billion incentive package Monday for Foxconn Technology Group to build a flat-screen plant in southeastern Wisconsin, a deal he says will provide thousands of jobs for generations.
MENOMONEE FALLS, Wis. (AP) — The Latest on Wisconsin legislators' efforts to bring a Foxconn Technology Group plant to southeastern Wisconsin (all times local):
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker signed a bill that would give Taiwan’s Foxconn Technology Group $3 billion in economic incentives to open a mega-plant in the state.
MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker plans to sign into law a $3 billion incentive package for electronics giant Foxconn Technology Group.
MADISON, Wis. (AP) — The Wisconsin Assembly sent a $3 billion incentive package for Taiwan-based Foxconn to Gov. Scott Walker on Thursday, signing off on a deal to lure the electronics giant to the state with the biggest subsidy to a foreign company in U.S. history.
The Latest on Wisconsin Legislature's vote on Foxconn bill (all times local): 3:20 p.m. Foxconn Technology Group says it looks forward to making Wisconsin a "center of worldwide high-tech manufacturing." ...
Asian stocks wobbled on Wednesday but still marked a 10-year peak, cheered by record highs on Wall Street, while shares of Apple Inc's suppliers dipped following the release of the latest iPhone. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan was slightly lower, after earlier poking up to its highest level since October 2007. Australian shares ended fractionally higher and South Korean shares rose 0.2 percent.
Equity markets in Asia lacked direction early Wednesday, as broad gains in financials lifted stocks in Australia and Japan, though China’s markets underperformed.
Apple’s widely anticipated 10th-anniversary iPhone, set to unveil Tuesday, hit a few production speed bumps earlier this summer—leading to some concern about the potential for extended shortfalls.
Some Toshiba board members are making a last-minute push to accept Foxconn’s bid for Toshiba’s memory-chip unit, fighting an uphill battle against Japanese government pressure to choose a bidder with fewer ...
Terry Gou, the billionaire behind Apple Inc.’s iPhone factories, is pressing his case to acquire Toshiba Corp.’s memory chips business for 2.1 trillion yen ($19.5 billion) in a last-ditch effort to beat ...
The following are the top stories in the Wall Street Journal. - Goldman Sachs Group Inc has stopped working on the potential listing of Pactera Technology International Ltd, a company owned by HNA Group Co, because of concerns about the acquisitive conglomerate's ownership structure. - President Donald Trump is unlikely to nominate Gary Cohn to succeed Janet Yellen as the next Federal Reserve chairman, according to people familiar with the president's thinking.
Some board members of Toshiba (6502.JP) are making a last-minute push to accept Foxconn's bid for its NAND memory-chip manufacturing unit, according to the Wall Street Journal. Foxconn, formally known as Hon Hai Precision Industry (2317.TW), has offered $18.4 billion for the unit, according to the report citing people directly involved in the discussions. The bid is slightly more than the offer from a consortium led by Bain Capital, which reportedly made a revised last-ditch offer valued at around $18 billion last week.
MADISON, Wis. (AP) — An unprecedented change in Wisconsin law that would send challenges to Foxconn Technology Group's plant straight to the conservative-controlled state Supreme Court would hand the company an advantage nobody else doing business in the state enjoys, legal experts said Wednesday.