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The comments by a former member of Intel's board, suggest that CEO Brian Krzanich's departure was a sudden decision.
Stocks fell Thursday, with the Dow Jones industrial average declining for an eighth straight day, as trade tensions persisted among the US and multiple countries. The dollar and Treasury yields fell.
Global markets shuddered Tuesday after President Donald Trump threatened hundreds of billions of dollars worth of tariffs on China, putting the world's largest economies on the brink of a trade war. The DJIA turned negative for the year and saw its longest losing streak since March 2017.
The world’s hottest tech companies are now worth more than $5 trillion, and they could be pointing out the next big bubble
The most prominent US and Chinese tech stocks — including Facebook and Amazon — are worth more, by market cap, than the stock markets of the eurozone and Japan. Bank of America Merrill Lynch has cited this size as a reason investors should reduce their exposure to tech stocks.
$2 billion SurveyMonkey just confidentially filed to go public after almost 20 years as a private company
SurveyMonkey, the $2 billion survey-software startup, has confidentially filed for an initial public offering, its parent company said Monday. It was founded in 1999, at the peak of the dot-com era.
Stocks tumbled Friday as the Trump administration slapped China with hefty tariffs on billions of dollars worth of Chinese goods, stoking a trade battle between the world's largest economies. Crude prices slid ahead of next week's meeting among oil-supply-cutting countries.
Droves of Wall Streeters abandon their work during big World Cup games — and 2 teams are far more distracting than the others
During big World Cup games in 2014, trading volumes on major international stock-market exchanges plummeted more than prior years, according to data provided by Thomson Reuters. Traders were especially distracted whenever Brazil, the host, and Germany, the champion, were playing.