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Ford to Build New Lincoln SUV in China

This week's New York International Auto Show is one opportunity no automaker can afford to ignore if it wants to get its message out to a large audience of industry ...
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Year After Year, IBM and CEO Rometty Disappoint

Quarter after quarter, year after year, the International Business Machines Corp. (NYSE: IBM) turnaround is promoted by the company and CEO Virginia Marie "Ginni" Rometty. Occasionally, revenue and income show ...
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Qualcomm Sees $2 per Share EPS Boost after Settling All Apple Lawsuits

Shares of chipmaker Qualcomm Inc. (NASDAQ: QCOM) have jumped more than 22% Tuesday afternoon following an announcement that the company has settled its long-running multi-billion litigation with Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: ...
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Ford Sales Tumble in China, Drop in Europe

Compared to sales in the first quarter of 2018, Ford Motor Co. (NYSE: F) sold 23,700 fewer vehicles in the first quarter of this year. The 6.2% decline was considerably ...
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Amazon Shares Crush Walmart This Year

Walmart Inc. (NYSE: WMT) seemed in the midst of proving to Wall Street that it has made progress against e-commerce juggernaut Amazon.com Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) as it announced earnings for ...
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Why Tesla, Panasonic Are Delaying Gigafactory Expansion

Shares of Tesla Inc. (NASDAQ: TSLA) dropped by about $10 Thursday morning on a report that the company and investment partner Panasonic have frozen their plan to lift production by ...
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Global PC Sales Tumble in Q1

Personal computer sales dropped 4.6% around the world in the first quarter of 2019. This took units shipped to 58.5 million, according to research firm Gartner. The problem was not ...
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Why Exxon’s Dimmed Outlook Isn’t Hurting Refiners’ Stocks

In a Wednesday morning filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, Exxon Mobil Corp. (NYSE: XOM) said it expects downstream (refining and marketing) earnings to drop sequentially by an ...
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Boeing’s Q1 Deliveries Slammed by 737 MAX Crashes

Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA) reported Tuesday morning that first-quarter deliveries of its 737 family of jets totaled just 89, down by nearly half the number of the planes delivered in ...
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Tesla’s Market Value Plunges Below GM’s

Tesla became one of America's hottest investments when its market capitalization rushed by those of much larger car companies General Motors and Ford. They produced millions of cars to Tesla's ...
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Cisco Is Best-Performing Dow Stock of 2019

Technology is back on top. Among the Dow Jones industrials, Cisco Systems Inc. (NASDAQ: CSCO), the huge global provider of routers, leads the index. Its shares are up 27.42% year ...
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Ford Pickup Sales at Highest Level in 15 Years

Ford Motor Co. (NYSE: F) on Thursday reported first-quarter sales fell by 1.6% year over year to 590,249 Ford and Lincoln vehicles, compared with first-quarter 2018 sales of 599,581. Passenger ...
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Does Tesla’s Delivery Failure Warrant a 10% Haircut?

There's an old saying that an army travels on its stomach. Refreshed for the modern business world, the catchphrase might be something like, "It's the logistics, stupid." And it was ...
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Blue Apron’s Dilemma May Continue Despite Solid New CEO Replacement

When a chief executive officer leaves a company, shareholders sometimes feel nervous. When CEOs leave a company when it has been in duress, the shareholders and investment community sometimes cheer ...
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Are Blue Apron Executive Changes Enough to Turn It Around?

The announcement of big changes to the Blue Apron Holdings Inc. (NYSE: APRN) executive team pushed shares of the food delivery service firm higher on Wednesday. Brad Dickerson, who joined ...
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