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Easy money and tech manufacturing helping to sustain gains in PXP's Vietnam Fund, says Kevin Snowball, CEO of PXP Vietnam Asset Management.
As the shutdown continues, stocks got a lift from Twitter IPO filing. Samsung delivered a strong quarter and Citigroup got slapped.
Most wearable tech just counts steps, but Kiwi goes further. It expands the motion it measures.
LinkedIn finds its cheaper to raise money through selling more stock rather than selling bonds.
Apple turns its attention to the iRadio as iPad sales face cheaper rivals in China and sales slow. UBS sees the stock price going to $560.
Jim Cramer says BlackBerry is a risky stock and if you want to buy it, wait until it's $12 a share.
Intel is betting its new extended battery life Haswell chip will bring back fans. Samsung and Acer are jumping in as are investors.
It's tablet Tuesday as Blackberry's dismissive tablet talk is met with derision, while Sony and Samsung add more tablets to their lineup.
Not to be outdone by Apple, Samsung is teaming with Best Buy to create an 'Experience Store'. CEO Hubert Joly spoke with TheStreet.