China Mobile (NYSE:CHL)

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China Stocks Sharply Underperform U.S. Markets

China remains the world's fastest growing large economy. Even if its GDP improvement has slowed, the leadership of the People's Republic still expects gross domestic product to rise 7.5% this ...
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China Mobile Subscriber Count Reaches 772 Million

China Mobile Ltd. (NYSE: CHL), the world's largest wireless provider, reported that its subscriber count reached 771.866 million at the end of January. No wonder Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) and ...
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A Million China Mobile iPhone Preorders: Off to the Races?

While Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) CEO Tim Cook was in Beijing to meet with Chairman Xi Guohua of China Mobile Ltd. (NYSE: CHL), the latter company announced that preorders for ...
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The 4 Stocks That Moved the Market on Monday

December 23, 2013: Markets opened higher on Monday and remained well above the flat line all day. More opportunistic buying among value seekers probably gets the credit for the index ...
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Apple-China Mobile Deal Points to Some Winners Among Semiconductor Stocks

The obvious benefits to Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) and China Mobile Ltd. (NYSE: CHL) from the deal announced Sunday night also trickle down to semiconductor makers that supply Apple with ...
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Apple iPhone Deal a Good One for China Mobile

The weekend deal between Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) and China Mobile Ltd. (NYSE: CHL) has been generally interpreted as a boost for Apple -- and it is. Not having its ...
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Chipmaker Avago Acquires LSI, Takes Aim at Storage Market

Avago Technologies Ltd. (NASDAQ: AVGO) announced Monday morning that it will acquire LSI Corp. (NASDAQ: LSI) for $11.15 a share, or a total of about $6.6 billion. The stock in ...
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Apple Nabs Number Three Spot in Smartphone Market Share in China

Apple Inc.'s (NASDAQ: AAPL) share of the Chinese smartphone market rose to 12% in October, according to technology market research firm Counterpoint. That was a leap from its 3% share ...
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Analysts Disagree Over How Many China Mobile iPhones Will Sell

Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) has a bit of a horse race going on over just how many iPhones it can sell into the China Mobile (NYSE: CHL) customer base. Speculation ...
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Can the Chinese Afford the Apple iPhone?

The Wall Street Journal has published a rumor that China Mobile Ltd. (NASDAQ: CHL), by far the largest wireless carrier in the People's Republic, will begin to sell the Apple ...
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Nokia Handset Business Goes to Microsoft, Network Business Goes It Alone

The $7.4 billion sale of the handset business of Nokia Corp. (NYSE: NOK) to Microsoft Corp. (NASDAQ: MSFT) was approved by Nokia shareholders at a special meeting on Tuesday. There ...
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Did NQ Mobile Just Find a Bottom?

On the afternoon of October 24, short-seller Muddy Waters said it was starting coverage of Chinese mobile Internet services firm NQ Mobile Inc. (NYSE: NQ) with a Sell rating and ...
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Alcatel-Lucent Slimming Down, Fires 10,000 Workers

The market for telecommunications equipment is among the most competitive in the world, and one of its biggest players is trying to get itself into fighting trim. Alcatel-Lucent S.A.(NYSE: ALU) ...
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iPhone Sales Do Not Help Japan’s Largest Wireless Carrier

Japan's largest wireless carrier, NTT DoCoMo, did not sell an Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) iPhone until just last month with the release of the iPhone 5s and 5c. Competitors Softbank ...
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Will U.S. Default Risk Drive Money to Foreign Markets?

Investors have become increasingly anxious about how badly the U.S. equity and fixed income markets will be battered as the American government marches toward a potential default. Of course, investors ...
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