By Kofi Bofah: On June 19, 2014, BlackBerry (NASDAQ: BBRY) CEO John Chen first revealed the new Passport handset in a limited demonstration at the company's annual general meeting in Waterloo. Upon initial review, the technology commentariat immediately mobilized to debate the merits of the Passport's box-like physical dimensions amongst themselves. Show More Summary
The positive GDP report today will likely not be enough to offset the overhang from Ukraine-centric worries in today’s session. But this is nevertheless a welcome and reassuring read on the economy.
Research firm IDC today wants you to know that growth in smartphones is still “strong” despite a slowing of sales in mature markets. The firm doesn’t make any specific predictions about Apple (AAPL) or Samsung Electronics (005930KS), or other vendors, except to say that the “key for vendors now is to maintain a presence in the higher-margin [...]
Falling debt, oilier production, and a Marcellus shale spinoff could fuel a rising stock price at Chesapeake Energy Corporation.
By Value Line: By: Robert Mitkowski The Federal Reserve is close to ending its massive bond buying program. The next step is to normalize interest rates. But what is normal? The Fed is steadily marching toward the conclusion of its much-vaunted purchases of United States Treasuries and mortgage-backed securities. Show More Summary
Want to invest in bank stocks? Here are seven things to keep in mind before you do.
Tough questions were asked of Prospect Capital's management following disappointing earnings. Here are the five most important takeaways.
A Nielsen survey reveals that nearly a third of PS4 owners previously owned an Xbox 360 or Wii. Why did so many gamers switch over?
By Renu Singh: Stratasys (NASDAQ:SSYS) shares have gained impressively over the past three months, appreciating 22%. Considering the expected growth of the industrial 3-D printing market, it isn't surprising to see that Stratasys is doing well. Show More Summary
Baidu's plan to become a global powerhouse involves artificial intelligence. Here is what you need to know.
Bullish sentiment among individual investors ticked up 5.8 percentage points this week to 51.92% according to the American Association of Individual Investors. Over the last three weeks, AAII bullish sentiment has ticked up more than 20 points from its level of 30.89% on August 7th. Show More Summary
By Robert Lakin: In line with my goal to provide useful information and investment insights about under-covered Israeli companies that trade on U.S. exchanges, I interviewed Nova Measuring Instruments Ltd. Chief Financial Officer Dror David at his Rehovot, Israel office. Show More Summary
Can Taiwan Semiconductor really accelerate 16-nanometer FinFET production to accomodate Apple's needs in 2015?
By BrooklynShorty: I can't help but think of this line quote as I watch and analyze TAL International (NYSE:TAL). "How did you go bankrupt?" Bill asked. "Two ways," Mike said, "Gradually and then suddenly." The Sun Also Rises, by Ernest Hemingway TAL's dividend coverage and earnings prospects have "gradually" weakened. Show More Summary
By Don Dion: Reportedly, BHP Billiton (NYSE:BHP) will spin off a number of assets into a new company, the aptly-named NewCo. Headquartered in Perth, NewCo will list on the Australian stock exchange, as well as in Johannesburg. Things are certainly looking positive for BHP. Show More Summary
Another successful quarter gives Embraer a much required leg up and points toward a bright future.
By James Picerno: Tomorrow's update on US personal consumption spending for July is expected to show a rise of 0.3% vs. the previous month, based on The Capital Spectator's median econometric point forecast. That's a slight deceleration in growth vs. Show More Summary
By SA Transcripts: Frontline Ltd. (NYSE:FRO) Q2 2014 Results Earnings Conference Call August 28, 2014 09:00 AM ET Executives Jens Martin Jensen - CEO of Frontline Management AS Inger Klemp - CFO of Frontline Management AS Analysts Jon...Show More Summary
A closer look at the games that will make or break Electronic Arts' year.
By Asean Century: Bloomin' Brands (NASDAQ:BLMN) just cannot get any love. What caught my attention was when Deutsche Bank removed the restaurant operator from its short-term buy list. It only took shares to drop almost 32% for Deutsche Bank to notice that it should not be on its short-term buy list. Show More Summary