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Investing.com - Asian markets were mixed on Monday as traders awaited developments on proposed trade talks between U.S. President Donald Trump and Chinese leader Xi Jinping.
A decade after the financial crisis, The Wall Street Journal has checked in on dozens of the bankers, government officials, chief executives, hedge-fund managers and others who left a mark on that period to find out what they are doing now. Today, we spotlight Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan. When Brian Moynihan took on the job of chief executive of Bank of America Corp. in 2010, the bank’s very existence seemed uncertain.
The U.S. has had monthslong shortages of Mylan’s EpiPen and other products, causing parents to worry as back-to-school season approaches.
Cisco Systems Inc. revenue has grown for three quarters in a row, and guidance issued Wednesday indicated that the networking giant that its return to growth may be more sustainable.
Ford is working on several initiatives to boost profit and cash flow, enabling the company to sustain its high dividend. They would all have to fail for Ford's dividend to be in jeopardy.
Elon Musk sees no option but to keep working at his current relentless pace, no matter the deepening concerns of board members and investors about his health and stability as he propels Tesla Inc. toward a possible rebirth as a private company. Only a few hours before sunrise in California on Sunday, Musk said he’d just gotten home from the electric-car factory where he has toiled -- and often slept -- for months to ramp up Model 3 sedan production. The chief executive officer rebutted a post from digital-media mogul Arianna Huffington, who had urged him to take time off lest he fall short of his ambitions to change the world.
Despite strong earnings and potential progress in trade talks, the major U.S. indexes could see a bit of a correction this week on guidance concerns.
General Electric Co., Telefonica SA, Dentsply Sirona Inc. and Whirlpool Corp. (WHR) have declined to their respective 3-year lows
Arm, which is responsible for much of the intellectual property that powers mobile devices, radically shifts its strategy.
Car makers are collecting massive amounts of data from the latest cars on the road. With millions of cars rolling off dealer lots with built-in connectivity, auto companies are gaining access to unprecedented amounts of real-time data that allow them to track everything from where a car is located to how hard it is braking and whether or not the windshield wipers are on. The data is generated by the car’s onboard sensors and computers, and then stored by the auto maker in cloud-based servers.
Despite this good news, the world’s largest maker of graphics processors saw its stock sell-off in morning trading. This will likely frustrate investors as NVDA stock has struggled to move higher since the United States and China began placing tariffs on each other’s goods. Although Nvidia faces its challenges, the company’s market position remains intact.
The technology long associated with Bitcoin is now being used to make businesses as varied as trade finance, videogaming, travel insurance, and diamond mining more efficient and more secure. Partnerships and initiatives featuring blockchain seem to be trumpeted every day. Take the Australian mining giant BHP Billiton (BHP), which announced in 2016 that it would use blockchain to track its supply chain, including the movement of rock and fluid samples.
President & CEO of Advanced Micro Devices Inc (NASDAQ:AMD) Lisa T Su sold 615,777 shares of AMD on 08/16/2018 at an average price of $19.51 a share.
Currently, it appears that one of the worst calls I’ve made here at InvestorPlace was telling you to buy Ford (NYSE:F). If you feel badly about it, I feel worse, because I did indeed buy Ford stock. Ford made a profit of $1.06 billion on those sales, enough to pay the 15-cent-per-share dividend with room to spare.
"AMD is kind of resurgent after a long period of time when they fell behind [in gaming]," Oppenheimer & Co. analyst Rick Schafer told Real Money. "Sales into the high-end enthusiast and performance portions of the gaming market grew substantially year-over-year based on the adoption of our latest Radeon RX 500 and Vega series GPUs," she explained.
Here’s a simple thesis on Amazon.com (NASDAQ:AMZN) stock: So long as Amazon keeps disrupting industries, AMZN stock will keep heading higher. Amazon pioneered e-commerce, stole significant market share from traditional retailers, and is now one of the world’s largest retailers. Amazon pioneered cloud services, stole significant market share from traditional IT players, and is now the world’s largest cloud company.
Ford is helping to fund research for juvenile diabetes in one big (and very blue) kind of way. The automaker is auctioning a one-of-a-kind Mustang Bullitt, featuring a custom Kona Blue paint job and its own unique set of grey alloy wheels. Each auction ticket is only $10 apiece, and 60,000 tickets will be sold in total.
As memory-chip production has gotten more complex, semiconductor equipment maker Nanometrics has seen sales surge for its advanced process control systems.