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For these folks to shift their views, everything needs to go positive -- something that, of course, will never happen.
The deal to get Nokia's mobile-phone unit was badly needed by both companies.
T3's Scott Redler cautions investors from getting involved in Microsoft. He says the stock is dead money.
We've gotten a reprieve from last week's chaos, and we should take advantage of it.
The first Motorola-Google smartphone enters a crowded field with a marketing push.
Nokia reported disappointing quarterly sales, with sales of its Lumia smartphones and regular mobile phones missing expectations.
I'm particularly concerned about how ripple effects will impact RF-semiconductor firms.
Senior Technology Correspondent Gary Krakow was in attendance, Wednesday, when T-Mobile came to New York to brag a bit and announce a new way to change phones more than once every two years.
Nokia's latest mobile device is a 41 megapixel camera with a phone, and it's coming soon to an AT&T store near you.
Onyx Pharmaceuticals says no to a takeover bid from biotech company Amgen. TheStreet's Brittany Umar has details in Monday's Ahead of the Ticker.
Stocks get July started in positive territory as Onyx rejects Amgen, Apple trademarks the iWatch and Nokia takes ownership of its networks.
Three-dimensional printing company Stratasys is buying rival MakerBot Industries for $403 million in stock.
Sony swung to its first annual profit in five years, boosted by a weaker yen, sales of assets and success at the box office.
Gold is near a selling climax, but buying it is easier said than done.
If it can get through the earnings thicket, the move could have huge legs.