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Industry consolidation has yielded favorable pricing environments for many kinds of chips. Together with good conditions in some big end-markets, the stage is set for a strong 2017.
Uncertainty over policies from a Donald Trump administration contributed to volatile trading.
President-elect Donald Trump's anti-China comments are raising the odds that Beijing regulators will try to stop Qualcomm from buying NXP Semiconductors, says Jim Cramer.
During an interview, a Mobileye executive discusses his company's autonomous driving alliances and what makes its processors and software unique.
With the newest tech on display at CES, Jim Cramer is focusing on autonomous driving technology.
NVIDIA, NXP Semi and Applied Materials could all continue their big runs this year.
Some buyer could make Xilinx part of their team.
If a rumor is right, Intel might further downsize its PC investments by letting AMD handle its GPU needs. Qualcomm, meanwhile, is hoping servers will help offset soft mobile growth.
The chipmaker's shares weakened recently, offering an entry opportunity.
Patience is a virtue, especially with some of these names.
There are some good ones today, but for different reasons.
The results caused even the fiercest bears to stand up and applaud.
The semiconductor company has been on an incredible run this year as its focus on fast-growing end markets continues to pay off.
Smartphones are now a low-growth market. That's making big mobile chip suppliers willing to use M&A to expand their product lines.
Shares are also reasonably priced at 14.7x fiscal 2017 EPS estimates.
U.S. stocks moved higher early Thursday as the UK's withdrawal from the European Union faces new hurdles.
An arbitrageur handicaps the recent frenzy the mega-deals including British American Tobacco/Reynolds, AT&T/Time Warner, Janus/Henderson and Qualcomm/NXP.
Jim Cramer believes Qualcomm's merger with NXP will benefit shareholders, and the stock will continue to advance.
Politics, M&A, retail, oil -- it's hard to make sense of what's going on.
Banks, oil service companies and airlines are all inching back.
The biggest semiconductor deal ever provides opportunities for investors, according to Jim Cramer.
U.S. stocks inched higher on the heels of better-than-expected earnings reports.
Defense is fantastic, housing is so-so, timber's weaker. Who can understand this stuff?
These other deals make a lot more sense than T-TWX.
Prospective deals are hijacking an earnings-based focus on fundamentals.