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Qualcomm said China’s court has banned the sale of several iPhone models. Here are the reasons why iPhones continue to be sold there.
When big tech executives were invited to testify before Congress in September, Google opted to be represented by an empty seat rather than send its CEO, Sundar Pichai. That will change on Tuesday.
A new book, “The Myth of Capitalism,” says our current system is dominated by monopolies, stifling competition. An interview with co-author Jonathan Tepper.
Dividends and share buybacks are both important to investors, but one is more important to the tech giant's management.
Stock markets around the world spiked higher Tuesday after Wall Street rebounded amid hopes the U.S. and China are back negotiating over their trade dispute. Wall Street was set to open higher too, with Dow futures and the broader S&P 500 futures up 0.9 percent. U.S.-CHINA RELATIONS: U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and Chinese Vice Premier Liu He have spoken by phone about "the promotion of the next economic and trade consultations," a statement by China's Commerce Ministry said Tuesday.
Apparently, President Trump isn’t happy with how the markets have reacted to the trade war truce. Concerns about China’s slowdown look more real with almost every new data point. Over the weekend, China released its November trade data.
According to a letter published by shareholders rights law firm Robbins Arroyo LLP, a complaint has been filed against Fitbit (FIT) for misleading investors. Fitbit claimed that it had the best-selling fitness tracker on Amazon (AMZN). The letter said, “Fitbit was struggling to differentiate itself from Apple Inc., leading to slowing demand for Fitbit’s products.
Shares of online streaming company Netflix (NFLX) fell 6.3% to close at $265.14 on December 7. Netflix has generated returns of -7.3% this month and -29% since the start of October. Despite Netflix’s recent pullback, the stock has gained an impressive 38% in 2018.