Positive news helped these stocks break free from a volatile market and surge higher.
Bad news for all three companies led to big losses.
The networking hardware giant for a time seemed immune to the impacts of the U.S.-China economic conflict. Not anymore.
Sluggish growth and so-so guidance weren't enough to keep investors happy.
Solid quarterly results just didn't matter.
Contract prices are still trending lower, and supplier inventory levels remain elevated.
The IT solutions provider is going private.
The Chinese stock soared despite no company-specific news.
Positive tariff news sent shares of the iPhone maker higher.
The networking hardware company hasn’t felt much pain from the trade war so far. That could change.
The success of the chip company’s deal for Symantec’s security assets hinges on its ability to wring out costs.
Lower funding from federal support programs continues to hurt the company's results.
The company raised its guidance even as tariffs create uncertainty.
Uber and Mattel tumbled amid a broad stock market slump.
The IT services provider adjusted its full-year outlook.
Here's why Kraft Heinz tumbled and AMD soared as the broader market rallied.
Sales and profits were down, but the company expects improvements in the second half.
The second iteration of EPYC is here, and Intel should be worried.
The tax compliance specialist reported strong second-quarter results.
The Chinese internet company enjoyed soaring profits in the second quarter.