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China Was Indeed a Big Factor behind Apple’s Poor First Quarter

Apple (AAPL) is not the only smartphone vendor that's seeing shrinking unit sales.

AMD’s and NVIDIA’s Q1 Earnings May Bottom Out on GPU Weakness

The advent of esports and AI (artificial intelligence) in the last three years has brought discrete GPUs (graphics processing units) to the limelight.

Looking at Comcast’s NBCUniversal Streaming Content

Though Comcast is a late entrant in the streaming space, its streaming service is expected to attract many consumers.

Mere Soybean Imports Might Not Please President Trump

While the full-year numbers display a rosy picture of the Chinese economy (BABA), standalone December numbers point to a deepening slowdown.

Why Kocherlakota endorsed just 1 part of the FOMC’s guidance

Though, for the most part, Minneapolis Fed President Narayana Kocherlakota didn't find the new forward guidance issued by the FOMC justified, he did strongly endorse one key aspect of the report.

Microsoft Is Buying Its Way to the Future

Microsoft went on an acquisition spree in the first half of 2018, buying more than ten companies as it worked to expand its share of the cloud computing market.

Disney Received US Regulatory Approval for Fox Assets

Walt Disney (DIS) received regulatory approval to acquire most of the media and entertainment assets of 21st Century Fox for $71.3 billion.

The Smartphone Market’s Growth Opportunity for Micron in 2018

The smartphone market growth is slowing as handset makers other than the top five—Samsung (SSNLF), Apple (AAPL), Huawei, Oppo, and Xiaomi—are struggling to remain profitable.

What’s T-Mobile’s Updated Outlook for Fiscal 2019?

Last week, T-Mobile (TMUS) reported strong second-quarter financial results.