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The trade war clouds Skyworks Solutions' near-term outlook, but its 5G-driven future should still be bright.
Based on the book value of its assets, yes. But that's only if the company can turn those assets into greater cash flow going forward.
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The management teams at both midprice department store companies are confident about their plans, but there aren't many clear signs of progress.
Gaming laptops and AI inferencing were bright spots in the GPU specialist's poor quarter.
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One of the hottest chip stocks out there is taking a breather.
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The company's latest restructuring announcement isn't sitting well with investors.
The retailer is on track for another record revenue year in 2019.
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The software giant's tax and small-business ecosystem segments both notched vigorous growth over the last three months.
The electronics chain could get wounded by the trade war -- but politics or no politics, people are still buying lotions and candles.
Analysts looked past stronger-than-expected earnings and focused instead on cash flow projections.
The retailer explained to investors why sales growth came up short again.
Splunk fell despite beating expectations, while Intuit rose after a strong tax season and an improved forecast for the year.
The business enables the safe and cost-efficient production of biopharmaceuticals -- and that's been a remarkably lucrative niche.