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The chip packaging veteran's customers are running into inventory gluts in China and delayed phone designs everywhere.
American factories grew for the eighth straight month in April but at a slower pace than in March.
Goldcorp, Yamana Gold, and Kinross Gold have tumbled in recent months, but one stock looks ridiculously cheap today.
U.S. builders trimmed construction spending slightly in March, one month after building activity hit an all-time high.
Iron Mountain, Outfront Media, and LTC Properties are all high-quality stocks that offer investors income and growth potential.
The tobacco giant sees good times ahead. Find out what you need to know.
US construction spending slips in March after hitting all-time high in February.
The Supreme Court won't hear an appeal from Alaska and oil and gas industry groups protesting the government's designation of more than 187,000 square miles in the state as critical habitat for threatened polar bears.
The latest on developments in financial markets (All times local): 9:35 a.m.
Wall Street opened higher on Monday after U.S. Congress negotiators averted a government shutdown later this week by hammering out a federal funding deal late on Sunday.
The Latest on the agreement reached on a $1 trillion spending bill in Congress (all times local): 9:25 a.m.
Zoox said Corrado Lanzone, former operations director of Ferrari's racing division, has joined the California-based company.
It put a lot of new rigs to work in the quarter, but the costs associated with putting those rigs to work hit the income statement hard.
The fitness-wearables company is scheduled to report earnings on May 3.
Negotiations aimed at preventing a crippling strike by Hollywood movie and TV writers are down to the wire.
Bob Evans Farms Inc. said Monday it will pay a special dividend of $7.50 a share, following the completion of the previously disclosed sale of Bob Evans Restaurants and the acquisition of Pineland Farms Potato Company.
New York City has launched its new ferry service.
U.S. consumers cut back sharply in spending on durable goods such as autos in March, leaving overall spending unchanged for a second straight month.
Sales of chips soared 18% in March to bring worldwide semiconductor revenue to $30.9 billion, according to an industry trade group.
US consumer spending unchanged for second straight month in March, holding back overall growth.