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Actionable news in QCOM: QUALCOMM Incorporated,

1 Advanced Micro Devices Inc.

  1. Following years of strikeouts, Advanced Micro Devices scores a solid double.

  2. Wage increases at Alaska Air could ground growth.

  3. The lights are flickering at AMC Entertainment.

  4. AT&T gets into the TV game.

  5. BASF bets on specialized expertise.

  6. Boohoo has nothing to cry about.

  7. Cabot Oil & Gas is hoping to clear its bottleneck.

  8. China Merchants Bank attempts to leave the nest.

  9. Cosco Shipping wants to be No. 1.

  10. Can a legendary railroad exec work another turnaround at CSX?

  11. As homes get smarter, Cypress Semiconductor gets richer.

  12. Dangote is supplying Africa’s housing boom.

  13. Danone is running out of time to deliver on dairy.

  14. Discovery Communications attempts to flip the script on cable TV.

  15. Dong Energy transforms into Ørsted.

  16. After finally getting itself together, DowDuPont is splitting up.

  17. DSV wins on efficiency.

  18. Engie looks toward a green future.

  19. Eni taps the power of discovery.

  20. Along with TransUnion, Experian stands to suffer from the Equifax hack.

  21. Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac enter a crucial transitional year.

  22. Jim Hackett will have to put the pedal to the metal to catch Ford’s competition.

  23. Gap is about to turn around—for real this time.

  24. Great Wall Motor is at a crossroads.

  25. Hertz may be on its last gasps.

  26. With one acquisition, INC Research goes from boutique drug developer to contract giant.

  27. Intu is riding malls’ downward slide.

  28. Jacobs tries to outsmart its peers.

  29. Kraft Heinz is hungry for acquisitions.

  30. Lundin Petroleum stands out among the best of Europe.

  31. MercadoLibre is sacrificing in the short term for long-term gain.

  32. Motor Oil Hellas will see margins continue to climb.

  33. Naver may be in for a rocky few quarters.

  34. Nintendo hit the jackpot with the Switch.

  35. Internet security losses are Palo Alto Networks’ gains.

  36. Diversified offerings help pump up Patterson-UTI.

  37. PayPal creates a team of rivals.

  38. PRA Health Sciences continues its winning streak.

  39. Qualcomm fights fire with fire.

  40. RWE is diversifying its power sources.

  41. Seagate is swimming against the data storage tide.

  42. Shenhua refuses to depend on coal.

  43. Soho China doubles down on co-working.

  44. The gene therapy revolution may very well begin with Spark.

  45. In diversifying, Stericycle has exposed itself to challenges.

  46. Telstra’s nationwide dominance is under threat.

  47. Tesla’s pie-in-the-sky promises will be put to the test.

  48. United Technologies, already a behemoth, gets even bigger.

  49. Wells Fargo tries to save face.

  50. West Elm keeps Williams-Sonoma cooking.


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