Phil Cianciola
Show Information:
Weather Now:
News » Business News
All Stories
2016-07-26

The Wall Street Journal: Vizio to be bought for $2 billion by China’s LeEco

Chinese consumer electronics firm LeEco agreed to buy television maker Vizio Inc. for $2 billion and plans to spin out Vizio’s data business as a separate private company.

posted 2016/07/26 by MarketWatch.com - Top Stories

The villain of both conventions: Goldman Sachs

The only common ground between the Republican and Democratic conventions is a shared insult: Goldman Sachs.

posted 2016/07/26 by MarketWatch.com - Top Stories

The Wall Street Journal: Google streamlines look of Maps, adds hot spots

Google has made a handful of changes to the way Google Maps looks in a bid to make the popular app easier to read at a glance.

posted 2016/07/26 by MarketWatch.com - Top Stories

The Wall Street Journal: Analog Devices agrees to $14.8 billion deal for Linear Technology

Analog Devices Inc. agreed to acquire fellow chip maker Linear Technology Corp. in a cash-and-stock deal worth $14.8 billion, the companies announced Tuesday.

posted 2016/07/26 by MarketWatch.com - Top Stories

The Wall Street Journal: Twitter posts worst-ever revenue growth, disappointing outlook

Twitter Inc. on Tuesday continued a string of disappointing quarterly reports under Chief Executive Jack Dorsey, posting its worst-ever revenue growth and weak user numbers.

posted 2016/07/26 by MarketWatch.com - Top Stories

NewsWatch: Apple earnings beat expectations, stock jumps: Live blog

is expected to report its second straight quarterly decline in iPhone sales with third-quarter earnings after the market closes on Tuesday. While analysts are optimistic about a potential resurgence in iPhone sales starting with the iPhone 7 cycle later this…

posted 2016/07/26 by MarketWatch.com - Top Stories

The Tell: This little tweak to your portfolio screen could juice your returns

Traders, especially of the amateur variety, have the tendency to cling to losing positions while taking profits in the winners. Chalk it up to human nature — and the market axioms that are constantly pounded into our heads. “Pigs get…

posted 2016/07/26 by MarketWatch.com - Top Stories

The Tell: These 3 charts show the beginning of the end for Wall Street’s big winners

Over the past couple of weeks, even though utilities and telecom are still leading the market on an absolute basis, on a relative basis they have underperformed the main benchmarks.

posted 2016/07/26 by MarketWatch.com - Top Stories

The Tell: Why the Fed won’t hike rates despite having its ‘ducks’ in a row

Almost nobody expects the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates at this month’s policy meeting. But judging by the standards set by the central bank when it raised interest rates in December today’s financial conditions would easily warrant another one.

posted 2016/07/26 by MarketWatch.com - Top Stories

The Wall Street Journal: Redemption on offer as disgraced executive Sam Waksal’s startup readies IPO

Big-name investors who backed the company could emerge as winners if Kadmon manages to complete IPO.

posted 2016/07/26 by MarketWatch.com - Top Stories

Commodities Corner: Oil eyes $40 after speculators short futures

Analysts are increasingly eyeing the $40-a-barrel level as the next downside price target for West Texas Intermediate crude as non-commercial traders short oil

posted 2016/07/26 by MarketWatch.com - Top Stories

LATEST BLOGS
Be listening to the show today, Tuesday, at 4:15ish right after our live report from the EAA Air Venture. We'll…
posted by Philcast 8 hours ago
It's that time of year again.... I get excited about my annual trip to indulge in classic cars when I…
posted by Philcast 1 day ago
There's another police shooting in the news, but this time, man I can't for the life of me yet figure…
posted by Philcast 5 days ago