Intel Dips on Chip Flaw, Krzanich Accused of Insider Trading

Some news reports are sensationalized for maximum following like the one from the Register saying that Intel s INTC Krzanich sold off a large number of shares because he was fully aware of major security flaws that could send Intel shares down It s true that the number of shares involved
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After Hours Most Active for Jan 5, 2018 : NKE, BAC, HPE, MDLZ, GE, QQQ, MSFT, KO, C, TLT, SCMP, AAPL

The NASDAQ 100 After Hours Indicator is down 5 to 6 652 79 The total After hours volume is currently 36 398 907 shares traded The following are the most active stocks for the after hours session Nike Inc NKE is unchanged at 63 98 with 3 954 054 shares traded
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Technology Sector Update for 01/05/2018: GOOG,GOOGL,GPRO,CNIT,CSCO,AAPL

A late afternoon Technology Sector report today incorrectly stated Cisco CSCO was lower near the close The stock ended the day up 1 4 The story has been corrected A late afternoon Technology Sector report today incorrectly stated Cisco CSCO was lower near the close The stock ended
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Apple, Inc. Is Losing Its Apple Music Chief at a Terrible Time

It s now been over three years since Apple NASDAQ AAPL closed its 3 billion acquisition of Beats which remains its largest acquisition to date Apple didn t buy Beats because Beats was a strong business with robust financials it was the opposite Apple bought Beats because
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Video: How the Meltdown & Spectre chip flaws affect Apple's Mac and iPhone

Both Intel- and ARM-based processors can be susceptible to various hacks, known as Meltdown and Spectre, affecting Macs, iPhones, iPads, and even Apple TVs. Apple has already implemented some fixes, with more to come, but there’s a lot to unravel. AppleInsider is here to explain the situation in our latest video.
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Plugable Thunderbolt 3 drive offers 480GB of NVMe SSD external storage with fast data transfer rates

Dock and accessory producer Plugable introduced the Thunderbolt 3 480GB NVMe Solid State Drive at CES, an external storage device that takes advantage of the high bandwidth of Thunderbolt 3 connections to offer fast transfers in a highly portable form factor.
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