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|Day's Range||10.4200 - 10.6500|
|52 Week Range||9.7600 - 13.9000|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.68 (6.45%)|
|1y Target Est||11.90|
A shudder reverberated through the global technology sector as the Trump administration considers tariffs on Chinese imports including consumer electronics.
In four years, Lenovo Group Ltd. went from would-be Apple Inc. challenger to an also-ran in smartphones and datacenter servers. Now it’s got a comeback plan, but some investors don’t buy it.
Today, at MWC 2018, Lenovo reinforced its 2018 vision for technology innovations, moving its core strategy to Augmented Intelligence.
Lenovo today announced an expansion plan to deliver customer-centric, disruptive software-defined solutions to support telecom and IoT infrastructure. Building on the momentum of the highest revenue quarter in two years, Lenovo Data Center Group continues to accelerate its transformation journey to develop customer-centric innovation and disrupt the status quo of expensive legacy solutions.
The closer the industry gets to shipping 5G, the bigger the war is heating up between the biggest players in the industry and Intel is without a doubt right in the thick of it. Principal analyst Patrick Moorhead delves further into Intel's 5G announcements.
Analysts expect HP’s (HPQ) net margin to be 5.5% and its operating margin to be 7.6% in fiscal 2018. HP recorded a net margin of 4.9% with an operating margin of 7.5% in fiscal 2017. HP’s profit margin is expected to rise further in fiscal 2019 and 2020 driven by HP’s focus on improving its operational efficiency.
Many datacenter vendors are amping their security efforts in response to the increased threat from hackers who are wanting to go after the datacenter server. Lenovo has been a bit reserved in communicating its security strategy. It is an interesting story that I would like to discuss here.
Alphabet’s (GOOGL) Google has partnered with several companies to launch its smart speakers and appliances with built-in screens. Through Google’s voice-controlled Assistant, the tech giant is planning to launch tablet-like devices called Smart Displays this year. Smart Displays are designed to perform simple tasks like playing music, changing light settings, locking doors, or setting alarms.
Feb 6 (Reuters) - U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission: * U.S. CONSUMER PRODUCT SAFETY COMMISSION SAYS LENOVO RECALLS THINKPAD LAPTOPS DUE TO FIRE HAZARD * U.S. CPSC SAYS ABOUT 78,000 UNITS INVOLVED ...
Lenovo has topped a list of the hottest Chinese brands outside China. But most people in the US probably couldn't name one Chinese brand says an expert
With more than several hundred thousand mobile augmented reality "Star Wars: Jedi Challenge" headsets sold over the holidays, Disney adds more content, and Lenovo sees the potential of the Mirage AR headset.
Lenovo took a $400 million charge following the U.S. tax overhaul, pushing it to a net loss in the third quarter and missing analyst expectations as its mobile unit continued to struggle.
Personal computer maker Lenovo Group said it would miss a target to turnaround its mobile business by March, after earlier posting a quarterly loss due to a one-off charge linked to tax reforms in the United States. The group's phone problems started after it bought Motorola Mobility from Google for $2.9 billion in 2014 but struggled to integrate the assets. "We will further improve the profitability, but probably breakeven will not happen in the next quarter," Chairman and CEO Yang Yuanqing told Reuters, referring to the mobile business.
Personal computer maker Lenovo Group said it would miss a target to turnaround its mobile business by March, after earlier posting a quarterly loss due to a one-off charge linked to tax reforms in the United States. "We will further improve the profitability, but probably breakeven will not happen in the next quarter," Chairman and CEO Yang Yuanqing told Reuters, referring to the mobile business. The segment, which accounts for 16 percent of Lenovo's revenue, reported a narrower operating loss of $92 million for the third quarter ended December.
Chinese personal computer maker Lenovo Group swung to a loss in the third quarter from a year-ago profit, hurt mainly by a one-off charge of $400 million resulting from a U.S. tax reform, and said the short-term outlook was challenging. Tax reforms signed into law in December lower the income tax rate for U.S. firms to 21 percent from 35 percent. Lenovo, a unit of Legend Holdings, reported a loss of $289 million for the three months to December, versus a $98 million profit a year ago.
Mar.01 -- Khiem Do, head of Asian multi-asset for Barings, discusses the disappointing economic numbers in Japan and China. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets." (Corrects company name in headline and description and guest's title in description.)