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Steve Symington

Steve Symington


As a technology and consumer goods specialist for the Fool, Steve looks for responsible businesses that positively shape our lives. Then he invests accordingly. Enjoy his work? Connect with him on Twitter & Facebook so you don't miss a thing.

Recent articles


Why Universal Display Stock Popped Today

A beat and raise left shares of the OLED leader flying higher on Thursday.


Is Netgear a Buy After Its Post-Earnings Drop?

Down 15% on the heels of its Q3 disappointment, should investors buy the networking products leader now?


Universal Display Smashes Estimates on Global OLED Strength

The OLED technology leader just appeased concerns over a weak second half.


Don't Be Fooled by Markel's Latest Headline Numbers

Though revenue and net income fell this quarter, make no mistake: The specialty insurer and financial holding company is firing on all cylinders.


Boston Beer Pours Another Impressive Quarter

But with key brands yet to return to growth, the market is still thirsty for more.


Criteo Reels as Business Trends Soften

Disappointing forward guidance and a new CEO overshadowed a reasonably strong quarter for the ad-retargeting company.


Why Criteo Stock Fell Today

From a mixed Q3 to a new CEO and painful forward guidance, there wasn't much to like about the ad-retargeting leader's latest report.


Alphabet's "Mixed" Quarter Was Better Than It Looks

Though earnings technically missed expectations, the parent company of Google is doing just fine.


Why Fitbit Stock Popped (Again) Today

Could the wearable device company be haggling for a higher acquisition price from Google? And are other suitors interested in making a play?


Why IPG Photonics Stock Plunged Today

A dim third-quarter report left the laser maker reeling.


eBay's Outlook Leaves the Market Wanting More

With modest revenue growth, share repurchases bolstering the bottom line, and tepid guidance for the holiday season, investors weren't impressed by eBay's latest quarter.


Why eBay Stock Dropped Today

Investors weren't impressed by light forward guidance.


Why iRobot Stock Dropped Today

The Roomba maker's latest quarter wasn't as strong as it first seemed.


Polaris Industries Proves It's More Durable Than You Think

Why the market cheered the powersports specialist's modest top-line growth and a solid earnings beat.

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iRobot Plunges as Tariffs Hurt U.S. Sales

As expected, the home robotics leader's domestic sales struggled in Q3. Here's how iRobot is responding.


Why Stock Popped Today

After nixing its agreement with the U.S. Postal Service earlier this year, a new deal with UPS is exactly what investors wanted to see.


Why Polaris Industries Stock Popped Today

A technically mixed quarter was more than enough to rev shares of the off-road vehicle and motorcycle manufacturer higher.


Why Yandex N.V. Stock Popped on Monday

Russia may relax its impending restrictions on foreign ownership of "strategically important tech firms."


Textron Stalls Amid Defense Order Delays, Narrowed Earnings Guidance

Digging into another mixed quarter from the defense and aerospace giant.


How Google Stadia Will Be More Powerful Than Any Gaming Console

One of Stadia's top engineers claims the cloud-based service will be "faster and feel more responsive" than any console or PC.