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  • Intel turns 50: How the chip behemoth got its start
    Yahoo Finance21 hours ago

    Intel turns 50: How the chip behemoth got its start

    50 years ago today, middle-aged engineers Bob Noyce and Gordon Moore (of Moore's Law fame) quit their jobs to found Intel. The company has had missteps and triumphs, but after half a century, it still embodies the culture and principles that Noyce and Moore established in 1968.

  • Bitcoin Rises as South Korea Sets Up New Cryptocurrency Division
    Investing.com49 minutes ago

    Bitcoin Rises as South Korea Sets Up New Cryptocurrency Division

    Investing.com- Bitcoin rose on Monday, trading above the $7,600 mark as South Korea continued to adopt a cauitous yet positive approrach to the cryptocurrency industry.

  • Corrected: Wall Street braces for tariff fallout as S&P 500 companies report
    Reuters3 hours ago

    Corrected: Wall Street braces for tariff fallout as S&P 500 companies report

    Tariffs are starting to bite big manufacturers and Wall Street could get another bout of caution and uncertainty from major industrial companies when a swath of reports comes in over the next week. Investors are worried about the impact on earnings should the United States' trade war with China and other major trading partners escalate. Deutsche Bank in June estimated that an escalation of the dispute to include $200 billion of imports would hit earnings growth by 1-1.5 percent.

  • Reuters3 hours ago

    Wall Street braces for tariff fallout as S&P 500 companies report

    Tariffs are starting to bite big manufacturers and Wall Street could get another bout of caution and uncertainty from major industrial companies when a swath of reports comes in over the next week. Investors are worried about the impact on earnings should the United States' trade war with China and other major trading partners escalate. "If today's political rhetoric intensifies and translates into actual protectionist policies, it will be a negative for all businesses in the U.S. and abroad, including ours," Hamid Moghadam, chief executive of real estate investment trust Prologis, warned on a conference call on Tuesday.

  • Thomson Reuters StreetEvents3 hours ago

    Edited Transcript of JPM earnings conference call or presentation 13-Jul-18 12:30pm GMT

    Q2 2018 JPMorgan Chase & Co Earnings Call

  • CNBC4 hours ago

    Facebook and 3 millennials are changing the start-up scene in Bangladesh

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  • Financial Times4 hours ago

    [$$] GE backs blockchain cyber security start-up

    Xage, a cyber security start-up that uses blockchain technology to securely link industrial machines from oil wells to smart meters, is raising $12m from investors including GE Ventures, as the US government warns about gaps in the defences of the energy industry. enables cyber criminals to profit from interrupting industrial equipment.

  • Financial Times4 hours ago

    [$$] Online addiction: big tech’s balancing act over responsibilities and revenues

    has to strike a delicate balance between addressing screen addiction and admitting that his company might be to blame for it. “Empowering people with the facts [will enable them] to decide for themselves how they want to come back, or if they want to come back [at all],” Mr Cook said.

  • Thousands of LGBT Activists in Israel Protest New
    Bloomberg5 hours ago

    Thousands of LGBT Activists in Israel Protest New

    Israel's tech companies, including a Microsoft unit, are joining a battle to gain gay rights to fatherhood https://bloom.bg/2LhrD8j #tictocnews (Source: Bloomberg)

  • The Wall Street Journal6 hours ago

    [$$] The Chinese Blind Spot in U.S. Companies’ Financials

    There’s a blind spot in U.S. regulators’ oversight of audit firms--and it could mean investors in companies like Walmart Inc., Pfizer Inc. and 3M Co. are vulnerable. Big Four accounting firms use their Chinese and Hong Kong affiliates to do significant work on the yearly audits of dozens of U.S. companies doing business in China, including Walmart, Pfizer and 3M, according to regulatory disclosures the auditors recently made for the first time.

  • AMD earnings: How much of Intel’s lunch is the chip maker eating?
    MarketWatch8 hours ago

    AMD earnings: How much of Intel’s lunch is the chip maker eating?

    Advanced Micro Devices Inc. earnings are expected to benefit from a rare surge in PC sales and what are seen as competitive gains against chip giant Intel Corp., but huge gains in the stock recently are subject to pullbacks given AMD’s traditional volatility following earnings.

  • Reuters9 hours ago

    White House to showcase U.S. products as trade battles loom

    U.S. President Donald Trump will showcase American-made products ranging from beef jerky and cowboy boots to the Lockheed Martin Corp (LMT.N) F-35 fighter jet on Monday, as his administration wages trade battles on a series of fronts. A White House spokeswoman said on Sunday that Trump would make remarks at the exhibit designed to demonstrate the administration's "commitment to ensuring more products are made in America." Vice President Mike Pence, six Cabinet secretaries and some dozen other senior officials will also attend. The U.S. Commerce Department held a hearing on Thursday into its investigation over whether imported vehicles and parts pose a national security risk.

  • 3 Things to Watch in the Stock Market This Week
    Motley Fool9 hours ago

    3 Things to Watch in the Stock Market This Week

    Facebook is one of several big-name stocks set to announce earnings results over the next few days.