Apple is not the only victim of Huawei's new smartphone. The Biden adminstration will get a grilling as well.
Chip designer Arm Holdings is beginning its roadshow this week, and investors are expecting an IPO pricing on Sunday with trading in the stock to begin Monday.
Thursday was a big news day for semiconductor makers. Here is a quick look at some of the day's top stories.
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Nvidia's second-quarter earnings report blew past estimates, and the company's own forecast was even more optimistic. A lot of tech companies were slipstreaming early Thursday.
The state of Chinese real estate developers is getting worse. Ford introduces a $300,000 supercar, and Arm Ltd. is prepping a $10 billion IPO.
Artificial intelligence is here to stay, and this top analyst believes that these four top semiconductor companies will be huge winners as demand from big data centers continues to boom.
Premarket trading Thursday was driven by earnings reports from three hot stocks that did not quite live up to expectations. Close does not count, apparently.
Arm is reportedly seeking Nvidia's participation as an anchor investor in Arm's coming IPO.
A little-known California startup is able to skirt U.S. export restrictions and send some advanced technology products to China. Is this a threat to Nvidia?
Nvidia's strong outlook for the future of data centers and AI technology is dragging some of the usual (and not so usual) suspects along for the ride higher.
Nvidia's blow-out second-quarter revenue outlook should be enough to make any CEO happy.
Nvidia's first-quarter earnings report was very good, but its outlook for the second quarter is beyond the wildest expectations. Is the company really that far ahead of everyone else?
What's in store for investors when Nvidia reports quarterly earnings on Wednesday?
China's cybersecurity agency has banned some Micron chips, and put options volume in Nvidia does not necessarily mean investors expect the company to report bad news on earnings later this week.